Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
 
International Family Planning Perspectives
Volume 26, Number 2, June 2000


Table of Contents




ARTICLES

Trends in the Demand for Family Limitation in Developing Countries [html] [pdf]
Charles F. Westoff and Akinrinola Bankole

Measuring Family Planning Service Quality Through Client Satisfaction Exit Interviews [html] [pdf]
Timothy Williams, Jessie Schutt-Aine and Yvette Cuca

Changes in Family-Building Patterns in Egypt and Morocco: A Comparative Analysis [html] [pdf]
Eltigani E. Eltigani

Consistency of Self-Reports of Sexual Activity Among Young Adolescents in Jamaica [html] [pdf]
Elizabeth Eggleston, Joan Leitch and Jean Jackson

SPECIAL REPORT

Work in Progress: The Expansion of Access to Abortion Services in South Africa Following Legalization [html] [pdf]
Frances A. Althaus

VIEWPOINT

Abortion Services in South Africa: Available Yet Not Accessible to All [html] [pdf]
Sanjani Jane Varkey


DIGESTS

All in PDF

Two Approaches to Managing Vaginal Discharge Lead To Overtreatment, Missed Infections and Wasted Funds [html]

STDs Decline Among South African Migrant Workers After High-Risk Local Women Receive Treatment [html]

Once-a-Month Injectable Is Acceptable, Offers Effective Protection from Pregnancy [html]

Home-Based Neonatal Care by Village Health Workers In Rural India Reduces Deaths from Bacterial Infection [html]

Filipino Women Who Use a Modern Method Prefer the Pill or Tubal Sterilization [html]

Providers, Clients Okay Emergency Contraception in Nairobi and Mexico City [html]

ET CETERA

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