"Understanding the Barriers and Social Determinants that Influence the Demand for Family Planning Services and Acceptance of Modern Methods of Contraception" is the name of a survey conducted in 13 selected districts in the provinces of Sofala and Nampula between February 20 and March 4, 2017 The research commissioned by N'weti - Communication for Health had as main objective to identify the barriers and social determinants that influence the demand for family planning services and the acceptance of modern methods of contraception in the provinces of Sofala and Nampula. of modern methods of contraception among women and adolescents can catalyze significant gains in terms of the health of women and children in general and in particular in Mozambique. Conscious of this benefit, the Government of Mozambique, in the framework of the implementation of the National Strategy for Family Planning and Contraception 2010-2015, set a goal of increasing the rate of modern contraceptives by 25% by 2015. Because the country has made some progress, of the strategy was spaced out by 2020 where it is expected to reach a target of 34% adherents / users of modern methods of contraception. Aware of the problem described above and following the goals set in the National Strategy for Family Planning and Contraception, N'weti and its partners in a consortium have designed and intend to implement the Integrated Family Planning Program (IFPP) funded by the US Government through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) over a five-year period. The Pathfinder-led consortium includes in addition to N'weti the non-governmental organizations Population Service International (PSI) and Abt Associates.