Babalola and John | 2012
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The data analyzed in this report were derived from a multimethod qualitative study conducted in Benue and Oyo States of Nigeria in July and August 2011. The findings reveal the myriad of challenges associated with demand for, and provision of, long-acting contraceptive methods (the intrauterine device [IUD] and the hormonal implant) and permanent contraceptive methods (tubal ligation and vasectomy) in Nigeria. The following is a summary of the findings.