In preparation for developing country introduction, PATH conducted a rapid assessment of the feasibility and appropriateness of introducing the SILCS diaphragm into the family planning method mix in Uganda. SILCS, a nonhormonal barrier method, is an opportunity to expand women’s options for contraceptive protection in low-resource settings.
Corporate author(s): PATH
Publication date: December 2010
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