Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
 
International Family Planning Perspectives
Volume 26, Number 4, December 2000


Table of Contents




ARTICLES

Effects of an Entertainment-EducationRadio Soap Opera on Family Planning and HIV Prevention in St. Lucia [html] [pdf]
Peter W. Vaughan, Alleyne Regis and Edwin St. Catherine

Community-Based Distribution in Tanzania:Costs and Impacts of Alternative Strategies to Improve Worker Performance [html] [pdf]
Barbara Janowitz, Jane Chege, Andrew Thompson, Naomi Rutenberg and Rick Homan

Community-Based Distribution in Tanzania: Costs and Impacts of Alternative Strategies to Improve Worker Performance [html] [pdf]
Kate Burns, Serge Malé and Daniel Pierotti

Turning Point: A Special Report on the Refugee Reproductive Health Field [html] [pdf]
Laurel Schreck

Ensuring the Reproductive Rights of Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons: Legal and Policy Issues [html] [pdf]
Françoise Girard and Wilhelmina Waldman

Reproductive Health of War-Affected Populations: What Do We Know? [html] [pdf]
Therese McGinn

Programmatic Responses to Refugees' Reproductive Health Needs [html] [pdf]
Sandra K. Krause, Rachel K. Jones and Susan J. Purdin

ISSUES IN PERSPECTIVE

Contraceptive Need Among Cambodian Refugees in Khao Phlu Camp [html] [pdf]
Virginia Morrison

Condom Use in Marital and Nonmarital Relationships in Zimbabwe [html] [pdf]
Jacob Adetunji


DIGESTS

All in PDF

At Nicaraguan Motels Rented for Sexual Encounters, Making Condoms Available in Rooms Increases Use [html]

Changes in Bone Density From Hormonal Methods Are Small and Temporary [html]

HIV-Infected Partner's Viral Load Is the Main Factor In the Risk of Transmission in Heterosexual Couples [html]

Couples' Reports of Their Contraceptive Use: Do Husbands in Africa Overstate the Case? [html]

Multiple Gestations Are Associated with Adverse Outcomes for the Mother [html]

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