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Posted July 30, 2014
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These resources present information on the MaMoni Project in Bangladesh, which integrates safe motherhood, newborn care, and family planning.

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Posted February 17, 2012
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The purpose of the analysis was to gain further insight and explore the facilitators of and the barriers to the transition from LAM to other modern FP methods.
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Posted November 5, 2014
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The study used in-depth interviews and focus group discussions with postpartum women and mothers or mothers-in-law and husbands regarding exposure to a popular story about "Asma" which presented benefits of pregnancy spacing. 

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Posted September 10, 2018
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In Bangladesh, female paramedics known as Family Welfare Visitors (FWVs), conduct normal deliveries in first-level primary care facilities, or Union Health and Family Welfare Centres (UH&FWC).

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Posted October 28, 2015
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In this two-arm trial, community health workers (CHWs) provided integrated FP counseling and services during home visits along with their outreach MNH activities in the intervention arm, but provided only MNH services in the control arm.
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Posted October 2, 2018
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Short birth intervals are associated with an increased risk of adverse perinatal outcomes.

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Posted March 12, 2015
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Timely transition from Lactational Amenorrhea Method (LAM) to a modern family planning method contributes to healthy spacing of pregnancies during the first year postpartum.

1,659 Views
Posted February 17, 2012
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This series of briefs analyzes Demographic and Health Survey data for countries and sumarizes key findings related to birth spacing and postpartum family planning during the extended postpartum period (i.e., one full year post-birth).
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Posted August 6, 2014
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These profiles summarize key findings related to birth and pregnancy spacing, fertility return, unmet need for and use of family planning (FP), and contact with key services for women during the period from the last birth through two years postpartum.

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Posted July 30, 2014
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Funded by USAID Bangladesh, the Healthy Fertility Study aims to design and test an integrated model of postpartum family planning (PPFP) within a community-based MNH care program to address the unmet need for contraception in the postpartum period in Sylhet division.

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