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What does full access and full choice mean in family planning really mean?

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Full access and full choice means delivering services for women on their terms, reflecting their preferences. …

Full access and full choice means delivering services for women on their terms, reflecting their preferences.

In this infographic we look at three types of choice in family
planning that we’re working to improve.

Published in: Health & Medicine

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  • 1. What does full access and full choice in family planning mean? Full access and full choice means delivering services for women on their terms, reflecting their preferences. There are three types of choice in family planning that we’re working to improve. 1 2 3 We take information and services to Whether or not to use contraception under-served communities so that women - irrespective of education, residence or wealth - can make this fundamental choice. Having the full range of options available We believe people should be able to choose the method which suits their needs and lifestyle so we focus on improving the range of contraception available. For example, expanding method choice to include long-acting contraception. Having a choice of provider, when and where she wants Wherever you live, you have the right to access quality services from someone you trust. We broaden the range of providers offering quality services through our clinics, outreach services, social franchisees, and by training others within the health systems.