Andrea Chalem, Aneth Nzali, Alexandra A. Cordeiro, Amina Yussuph, Evarist Laizer, Gregory Lupilya, Malick Lusana, Nelusigwe Mwakisole, Ndalloh Paul, Hidaya Yahaya, Abubakari Abdalah, Samuel E. Kalluvya, Valencia J. Lambert, David J. Downs, Albert Kihunrwa, Jennifer A. Downs and Agrey H. Mwakisole

“Uptake of effective contraceptive methods can be hindered by poor understanding and uncertainty about its compatibility with religious beliefs. We sought to understand the perspectives of Muslim religious leaders in rural Tanzania on family planning (FP) and acceptable strategies for providing FP education to leaders and their communities.”