TABLE 4. Women’s Reports of Client–Provider Contact, Informed Choice, and Exposure to Information on LARCs/PMs, Mayer Hashi Household Survey, 2013
PercentageSample SizeP Value
Provider contact with CMWRA (in last 3 months)
 Visited by family planning workers13233,1941,637<.001
 Sought health care from government facilities30443,1171,544<.001
 Sought health or family planning care from government facilities44553,1171,544<.001
Informed choice – Received family planning or LARC/PM information from providers or facilities (in last 3 months)
 Temporary method acceptors who were told about PMs4033410174NS
 Injectable, IUD, and implant acceptors who were told about side effects384921679NS
 Injectable, IUD, and implant acceptors who were reminded about follow-up visits314821679<.05
 CMWRA who sought health or family planning care and noticed BCC materials with LARC/PM messages42431,369854NS
Exposure to LARC/PM Information – Heard, saw, or read messagesa (in last 3 months) about:
 No-scalpel vasectomy17133,1941,637<.001
  • Abbreviations: BCC, behavior change communication; CMWRA, currently married women of reproductive age; IUD, intrauterine device; LARCs, long-acting reversible contraceptives; PMs, permanent method; NS, not significant.

  • a From TV, radio, newspaper/magazine, billboard/poster, folk song/theater, courtyard meeting, health/family planning worker, health facility, or friend/relative.