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Sexuality, Contraception, Unplanned Pregnancies and Abortion in West Africa and Morocco: The ECAF Survey


Despite national and international political commitments to improving contraceptive access in Africa (Lesthaeghe and Jolly, 1995; Ross and Stover, 2001), use of modern methods remains limited in West Africa. Contraceptive prevalence is low among married women not wishing to get pregnant, and even lower among unmarried women (Cleland et al., 2006). Since the number (…)

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