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Baseline Family Planning (FP) Survey including Rapid Assessment of HIV, Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and FP Situation among Migant Couples in Bara, Kapilvastu, Nawalparasi and Palpa Districts

2012

Saath Saath Project (SSP) of FHI360 with financial support of USAID launched an integrated package program to provide services on Family Planning, HIV/STI prevention, care and treatment support targeted to migrant and their spouses in SSP districts to prevent the STI transmission to improve the quality of health services among selected most-at-risk population. This survey was designed to obtain baseline information on Knowledge, Attitude and Practice (KAP) of family planning and HIV/STI among migrant and their spouses of four districts namely Bara, Kapilbastu, Nawalparasi and Palpa districts. The study assesses the situation of family planning and HIV/STI and needs of services for the community of the study areas.

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