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Table 3 Percentage of Sampled Adolescents that Reported Accessibility of SRHS in Enugu State (n = 1447)

From: Sexual and reproductive health services (SRHS) for adolescents in Enugu state, Nigeria: a mixed methods approach

S/N Items Geographical Access % Financial Access %
  Sexuality Education Services such as education on
1  human biology   70.0     60.8   
2  Puberty   72.3     62.4   
3  menstrual hygiene   70.4     63.2   
4  skills to overcome sexual desires   61.2     56.4   
5  healthy Associations   61.2     52.8   
6  dangers of premarital and unsafe sex   65.2     56.5   
  Cluster % Total   66.7     58.7   
  Family Planning Information and Services such as
7  Condoms   72.8     65.9   
8  Oral pills   52.6     44.9   
9  Injectable contraceptives   45.0     35.0   
10  Intrauterine contraceptive device (IUCD)   37.2     29.2   
  Cluster % Total   51.9     43.8   
  Safe Motherhood Services such as
11  Antenatal   75.5     63.9   
12  Safe delivery   69.8     60.5   
13  Postnatal   66.3     57.1   
14  Immunization   77.2     69.5   
15  Infant feeding information   64.2     57.7   
  Cluster % Total   70.6     61.7   
  Post Abortion Care (PAC) Services such as
16  Emergency care during bleeding   50.5     41.2   
17  Manual removal of retained product of conception   35.9     30.2   
18  Information on the prevention of unwanted pregnancy   59.0     52.1   
19  Information on prevention of abortion   58.7     51.8   
  Cluster % Total   51.0     43.8   
  Prevention and Management of STIs and HIV and AIDS Services such as
20  Voluntary counseling and testing   67.0     56.3   
21  Provision of antiretroviral therapy (ART)   36.0     32.9   
22  Treatment of STIs   49.1     41.1   
23  Supply of condoms   54.0     47.3   
24  prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV and other STIs   52.0     45.5   
  Cluster % Total
Overall % Total
  51.6
58.4
    44.6
50.5