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Family planning is an important preventive measure against maternal and child morbidity and
mortality. It is an essential component of primary health care and reproductive health. There is
relatively high fertility rate in suburban and rural Nigeria despite the efforts of government and
other non-governmental family planning services providers. Even though the fertility rate is high,
acceptance and utilization of modern family planning methods has been low due to various
reasons. The objective of this study aims to determine the factors associated with utilization of
family planning services among women of childbearing age in rural areas of Kano state, Nigeria.
It is a descriptive cross-sectional, conducted among 364 women of childbearing age (15 to 49
years), utilizing the multi-stage sampling technique.139 (37%) of the respondents were within
the age group 15 to 24 years, all respondents were married (100%) and 135 (37%) had more than
5 children. About half of the respondents (48.7%) had no formal education. Few were currently
using a contraceptive method, however, the majority whom were not using any method had main
reasons being lack of appropriate knowledge on family planning, fear of side effects and
availability .The most significant socio-demographic determinants of utilization of family
planning services were religion (p-value 0.01), family setting (p-value <0.001),age (p-value 0.01)
and male involvement (p-value <0.001) . The utilization of family planning services among the
rural women was poor, with religion, fear of side effect and husbands’ disapproval among other
reasons being the main reasons for non use.
1.1. Background Information
Family planning is one of the most ―health-promoting‖ and cost-effective activities in public
health promotion and has the potential to avert approximately 30% of maternal and 10% of child
deaths.1 Thus, FP contributes to achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) through
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