PMA2020/Ethiopia Maternal and Neonatal Health Results Brief: The PMA2020 Maternal and Newborn Health survey (PMA-MNH) study was conducted in Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples’ region (SNNPR), which is one of the nine regions in Ethiopia. The longitudinal household survey was designed to collect information on knowledge, practice and coverage of MNH. The study was implemented in the same 44 enumeration areas that were used in the first four rounds of the PMA2020 core survey. This 12-page report presents results on antenatal care, neonatal and infant care, maternal postnatal care, and post-partum family planning.
Implant Removal Memo > These reports present findings from questions asked to current implant users. The questions focused on quality of counseling and accessibility of removal services and were developed in collaboration with FHI 360.
PMA2017/Ethiopia Implant Use and Removal Memo:Questions on implant use and removal were added for the fourth round of PMA2020 data collection in Ethiopia (PMA2016/Ethiopia-R4) conducted. Updated data are available from Round 5 (April-May 2017).
Use and Availability of Subcutaneous Injectables: Two page brief highlighting the increased use of the subcutaneous injectable (DMPA-SC or Sayana Press®) captured by PMA2020 surveys in the DRC (Kinshasa and Kongo Central) between 2015 and 2016 and Burkina Faso (national) between 2016 and 2017. PMA2020 is the first population-based survey to collect nationally representative data on the uptake of this innovative contraceptive injectable. In French and English.
Trends in contraceptive use and unmet need (PMA2020 and DHS):This table provides percentages for total contraceptive prevalence (CPR), modern contraceptive prevalence (mCPR) and unmet need and 95% confidence intervals from PMA2020 surveys and nearest Demographic and Health Survey (DHS), for all women and married women ages 15 to 49 years.