Cost-effectiveness analysis of including hormonal IUD in the contraceptive method mix in Nigeria and Zambia: Summary of results
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This analysis estimates the incremental cost-effectiveness of the hormonal IUD compared to other contraceptive methods available in Nigeria and Zambia over a 5-year and 10-year period. Separate models were built for Nigeria and Zambia reflecting the different service delivery contexts, contraceptive prevalence, and current method mix. Costs were estimated from the perspective of the health system as well as from the societal perspective.

Author: FHI 360, PSI

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