Promoting and providing postpartum family planning (PPFP) is a high-impact family planning practice, as it reduces mistimed and closely spaced pregnancies through first 12 months following childbirth. Research has shown that more than 90% of women want to either delay or avoid future pregnancies during firstyear
postpartum. Closely-spaced pregnancies within first year postpartum pose greatest risk for mother and baby resulting in increased risks for adverse outcomes such as preterm births and LBW in subsequent pregnancies. In Kenya, a study reported an overall post-partum unmet need of 46%. Baringo County had
3.3% of postpartum women receiving family planning in 2018.

Increasing uptake of postpartum family planning by addressing missed opportunities in Baringo County


News & Updates

18-Mar-21 14:43

Project learning events showcase innovations

Afya Uzazi presented project experiences, innovations and lessons learned at a webinar organized by FHI 360, the implementing agency, for a global audience on March 17th 2021.

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17-Feb-21 09:57

Ensuring mothers access services during COVID-19

It is a sunny morning, a welcome break from the chill and incessant rain common in Kuresoi South area of Nakuru County. In a homestead in Tinet village, two masked women are seated on stools placed about two meters apart.

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