Womens’ Agency In Accessing Modern Family Planning Services In Tanzania. A Case
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Womens’ Agency In Accessing Modern Family Planning Services In Tanzania. A Case Of Tarime District, Mara Region, Tanzania
This article provides some insights on the Kuria women’s agency in accessing modern family planning services. It shows how women attempt to access modern family planning services in the midst of social-cultural setbacks. Qualitative research approach and two data collection methods namely; interviews and FGDs were employed to collect information from different informants. The findings show that women as conscious actors have not remained completely passive. Rather, they have devised different options in response to the structural parameters that constrain them so as to reach their family planning goals. Some women reported to openly compete against those structures that preclude DownloadViews: 22

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