This article discusses the impact of a community-based distribution (CBD) project in Eastern Province, Zambia, on reproductive health and gender relations. It shows how reproductive health can be furthered through participatory methods, including both ‘hard’ information technologies and ‘soft’ communications techniques to promote the use of reproductive technologies in controlling fertility and protecting against sexually transmitted diseases.
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