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80% of Women Believe Contraceptives Cause Family Conflict - Study

A sign outside the Makerere University School of Public Health (MakSPH), College of Health Sciences (CHS), Mulago Hospital Complex, Kampala Uganda.

Research conducted by Makerere University School of Public Health has indicated that 80 percent of married women believe the use of birth control methods leads to family conflict like violence against women.

The annual Performance Monitoring for Action (PMA) study project that has been since 2014 collecting information about family planning services and uptake in Uganda follows a bigger meeting, FP2020 which Ugandan officials attended in London, where several countries committed themselves to increase contraceptives for both men and women especially those who wish to use them.

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