Introduction: Family planning remains a key strategy for population management and
national development. Family planning plus (FP+) is a package of interventions that have
been jointly identified by GHS and the Reducing Maternal mobidity and mortality (R3M)
consortium for Family Planning service uptake improvement especially long acting and
Objective of study: The study seeks to conduct an assessment of the implementation of
family planning plus project using a case study of the Ga East municipality.
Methods: The study adopted descriptive cross-sectional design to assess the
implementation and a quantitative data collection approach. The study population was all
eligible individuals who resided in Abokobi community of the Ga East Municipality and
were women beneficiaries of Family plus project. A sample size of 416 women was used.
The study used convenient sampling technique in sampling respondents in households.
Descriptive statistics were used to characterize the activities carried out under the FP+
project. Bivariate analyses using Chi square was used to test the associations between
dependent and independents variables. Multiple logistic regression was carried out on
variables that were statistically significant at the bivariate level and Crude and Adjusted
odds ratio were computed.
Results: The study showed that the proportion of women who accessed long active
reversible contraceptive in the Ga east Municipality was 157 (46.3%). The Level of
satisfaction of women who access FP+ projects was 93.2%. The age (AOR= 0.20; 95%
CI=0.03-0.78), number of children (AOR= 2.11; 95% CI=1.03-4.28), marital status
(AOR= 5.2; 95% CI=2.18-12.54) and educational level (AOR= 3.7; 95% CI=1.85.-12.68)
were the factors significantly associated with contraceptive use under FP+ projects.
Maority (77.3%) of respondents had heard FP+ projects during home visits followed by
11.2% during film shows.
Conclusion: This study has revealed that the proportion of women accessing long active
reversible contraceptives under FP+ projects is 46.3%. The level of satisfaction of women
accessing FP+ projects was high. Activities such as the use of film shows home visits and
market storm sessions were high and targets were met.
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