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Assessing the Potential of MPTs in South Africa, Uganda and Nigeria

September 2014

Market research conducted by Ipsos with support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation assesses the acceptability of MPTs among women in Uganda, Nigeria and South Africa. The key objectives of this research were 1) to understand women in Uganda, Nigeria and South Africa in relation to sexual behavior, contraceptives and HIV, and 2) to gauge the level of acceptability for 4 potential MPTs (Injectables, Implants, Intra-vaginal Film, Intra-vaginal ring).

Ipsos
In this Report:
Health Risk(s):
  • HIV
  • STI / STD
  • Unintended Pregnancy
  • Product Type(s):
  • MPTs
  • Topic(s):
  • Product Introduction / Uptake
  • Social/Behavioral Context
  • Region(s):
  • Africa
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