Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
 
International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health
Volume 37, Number 4, December 2011


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ARTICLES

Condom Use Before Marriage and Its Correlates: Evidence from India [HTML] [PDF]
K.G. Santhya, Rajib Acharya and Shireen J. Jejeebhoy

Do Men and Women Report Their Sexual Partnerships Differently? Evidence from Kisumu, Kenya [HTML] [PDF]
Shelley Clark, Caroline Kabiru and Eliya Zulu

Clients' Perceptions of the Quality of Care in Mexico City's Public-Sector Legal Abortion Program [HTML] [PDF]
Davida Becker, Claudia Díaz-Olavarrieta, Clara Juárez, Sandra G. García, Patricio Sanhueza and Cynthia C. Harper

What Happens to Contraceptive Use After Injectables Are Introduced? An Analysis of 13 Countries [HTML] [PDF]
Elizabeth G. Sutherland, Conrad Otterness and Barbara Janowitz

COMMENT

Can Family Planning Programs Reduce High Desired Family Size in Sub-Saharan Africa? [HTML] [PDF]
John Bongaarts


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Few Developing Countries Are Expected to Meet Goals for Reducing Maternal and Child Mortality [HTML]

Injectable Use Associated With Increased Risk Of HIV Transmission [HTML]

Elective Labor Induction Linked to Elevated Risk of Adverse Outcomes [HTML]

Personal, National Income Positively Linked to Rates Of Voluntary HIV Testing [HTML]

In Ethiopia, Community-Based Reproductive Health Agents Effectively Provide Injectable to Rural Women [HTML]

Partner Abuse Uncommon Among HIV-Serodiscordant Couples in Africa [HTML]

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