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Maximizing Opportunities: Family Planning and Maternal, Infant, and Young Child Nutrition Integration in Bondo Sub-County, Kenya

Journal Article
(Published October, 2017)
Cooper, C.M. (Editor),
Ogutu, A. (Editor),
Matiri, E. (Editor),
Tappis, H. (Editor),
Mackenzie, D. (Editor),
Pfitzer, A. (Editor),
Galloway, R. (Editor)
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This article shares learning from an innovative demonstration program integrating maternal, infant, and young child nutrition (MIYCN) and family planning (FP) services in western Kenya, providing recommendations for future work to expand MIYCN and FP integration.  This demonstration experience in six health facilities revealed that future replication efforts should enable sub-county team leadership, assess facility readiness, streamline data collection, build local buy-in, and prioritize dispensaries and health centers with high client loads.

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Cooper CM, Ogutu A, Matiri E, Tappis H, Mackenzie D, Pfitzer A, et al. Maximizing Opportunities: Family Planning and Maternal, Infant, and Young Child Nutrition Integration in Bondo Sub-County, Kenya. Matern Child Health J. 2017; 21(10):10.