Access to family planning methods can be effective in reducing unintended pregnancies, which are a public health concern globally. Births following unintended pregnancies are associated with adverse social and health outcomes for the mother and challenges for the child’s growth and development. Most unintended pregnancies occur among adolescents and young women, who have a high level of unmet modern contraceptive needs. In Kenya, unmet needs for modern contraceptives remain high, additionally the use of emergency contraceptive pills remains low. Emergency Contraceptive pills (ECPs) are a highly effective option for women to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sexual intercourse or contraceptive failure or accidents.