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DHS. 2010–11 Senegal demographic and health and multiple indicators survey: key findings. Calverton, Maryland: 2012.
WHO, USAID, FHI. Community-based health workers can safely and effectively administer injectable contraceptives: conclusions from a technical consultation. Research Triangle Park, North Carolina: World Health Organization (WHO), United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Family Health International (FHI), 2009.
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☆Registration number: The trial was registered on Clinicaltrials.gov under the FHI 360 Protocol Record NCT01667276.