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Table 7 Contraceptive method awareness among MWRA

From: Engaging with community-based public and private mid-level providers for promoting the use of modern contraceptive methods in rural Pakistan: results from two innovative birth spacing interventions

Characteristics Baseline Endline
Suraj Intervention (N = 1995) (%) CMW Intervention (N = 1435) (%) Control Arm (N = 2136) (%) Suraj Intervention (N = 1095) (%) CMW Intervention (N = 712) (%) Control Arm (N = 1075) (%)
Awareness of contraceptive method
 Any contraceptive method 77.6 61.3 88.3 97.6 94.4 93.9
 Pills 68.7 45.9 80.4 93.8 88.6 87.0
 IUDs 54.4 28.6 55.3 83.6 82.3 74.0
 Injectables 65.1 42.4 73.9 89.0 86.1 83.3
 Implant 15.4 11.2 20.1 36.6 43.1 38.5
 Condom 60.4 34.9 66.0 76.7 72.2 80.7
 Female Sterilization 51.1 26.0 52.9 72.2 75.3 78.0
 Male Sterilization 30.6 17.7 29.4 28.9 44.9 37.6
 Withdrawal 36.7 14.1 36.4 42.4 49.6 51.9
 Periodic abstinence 36.9 15.5 39.9 39.5 48.6 47.3
Awareness of where to get contraceptives
 Any modern method 67.8 43.1 76.5 96.5 89.6 88.7
 Pill 55.4 29.4 64.9 91.0 76.8 79.4
 IUD 44.5 17.6 47.0 80.2 68.4 66.5
 Injection 52.7 27.0 61.9 86.2 74.4 77.0
 Implant 13.9 4.0 16.2 36.9 38.1 33.7
 Condom 51.8 22.9 54.6 74.4 61.5 73.6
 Female Sterilization 39.1 15.4 42.5 68.3 63.5 69.4
 Male Sterilization 23.6 9.1 23.7 26.6 36.8 31.0