Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
International Family Planning Perspectives
Volume 27, Number 1, March 2001

Table of Contents

In This Issue 27(1) [HTML]
The Editors


Kinship Networks and Contraceptive Choice In Nang Rong, Thailand [HTML] [PDF]
Jenny Godley

Promoting Sexual Responsibility Among Young People in Zimbabwe [HTML] [PDF]
Young Mi Kim, Adrienne Kols, Ronika Nyakauru, Caroline Marangwanda and Peter Chibatamoto

Contraceptive Use, Intention to Use and Unmet Need During the Extended Postpartum Period [HTML] [PDF]
John A. Ross and William L. Winfrey

Length of Counseling Sessions and the Amount of Relevant Information Exchanged:A Study in Peruvian Clinics [HTML] [PDF]
Federico R. León, Rosa Monge, Adriana Zumarán, Ingeborg García and Alex Ríos


Clandestine Abortion in Latin America: A Clinic Profile [HTML] [PDF]
Jennifer Strickler, Angela Heimburger and Karen Rodriguez


Why Do Family Planning Providers Restrict Access to Services? An Examination in Ghana [HTML] [PDF]
John Stanback and K.A. Twum-Baah


The Media, Public Opinion and Population Assistance: Establishing the Link [HTML] [PDF]
Thomas Schindlmayr


All in PDF

Two-Stage Cervical Cancer Testing: More Women Can Be Screened, and Fewer Undergo Unnecessary Treatment [HTML]

Men Who Have Many Sexual Partners Before Marriage Are More Likely to Engage in Extramarital Intercourse [HTML]

Personalized HIV Counseling And Testing Show Promise [HTML]

Indian Women Often Select Methods Other Than Those Their Providers Recommend [HTML]

Peer Counselors' Support Is Successful in Promoting Exclusive Breastfeeding Among Bangladeshi Women [HTML]

Obstetric Complications Common in West Africa, Despite Accessible Care [HTML]


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