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Organisation and Policy Briefs

  • National Contraceptive Performance 2013-14 and 2014-15

    The following brief summarises the findings of the contraceptive performance report 2014-15 published by the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics.

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  • MSS Fact Sheet 2015

    MSS Fact Sheet 2015 underlines the demographic and health impact that MSS made in 2015, while also highlighting MSS’ key donors and its future plans.

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  • FP2020 Commitments and Projections

    At the London 2012 Summit, Pakistan committed to achieving a Contraceptive Prevalence Rate of 55% by 2020 of which we assume the modern methods would be 45%, if the traditional methods were to remain at 9%. The following brief summarises the contribution to CPR that public and private sectors, and each province will have to make in order for Pakistan to achieve the FP2020 target.

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Research Briefs

  • Perceptions of Rural Pakistani Women regarding Access to and Adoption of Family Planning Services – A PEER Study

    The following brief summarises findings from a Participatory Ethnographic Evaluation Research (PEER) study conducted by MSS in the province Punjab of Pakistan that explored women’s perception associated with their ability to access family planning services.

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  • Perceptions of Men regarding Family Planning – A PEER Study

    This brief presents finding of a Participatory Ethnographic Evaluation Research (PEER) study conducted by MSS in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and Sindh provinces of Pakistan to understand perceptions among married men on the use of modern contraception for fertility control.

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  • Perceptions of Sexual and Reproductive Health among Newly-Married Couples in Rural Pakistan – A PEER Study

    The following is the research brief of a qualitative Participatory Ethnographic Evaluation Research (PEER) study aimed at exploring perceptions of fertility control and sexual health during early married years among rural men and women in Sindh province of Pakistan.

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  • Agents of Change: Field Health Worker Perspectives on Promotion of Family Planning in Rural Pakistan

    This research brief summarises the findings of non-participatory observations of field health workers’ outreach activities and contraceptive counselling. Moreover, the brief also highlights the findings of a rapid PEER study that was conducted through field health workers who interviewed women in their local social networks, in catchment areas of Suraj Social Franchise, on barriers to women’s access to family planning services.

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  • Client Exit Survey 2013 of PMDUP Project

    The following brief highlights the findings of a client-exit survey conducted in 2013 with 140 clients of MSS’ Prevention of Maternal Death from Unwanted Pregnancy (PMDUP) project.

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