Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health
Volume 38, Number 1, March 2012

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Multiple Deprivations and Maternal Care in India [HTML] [PDF]
Sanjay K. Mohanty

Fertility Differences Among Developing Countries: Are They Still Related to Family Planning Program Efforts and Social Settings? [HTML] [PDF]
Anrudh K. Jain and John A. Ross

Women’s Empowerment and Choice of Contraceptive Methods in Selected African Countries [HTML] [PDF]
Mai Do and Nami Kurimoto

Stability and Change in Fertility Preferences Among Young Women in Malawi [HTML] [PDF]
Christie Sennott and Sara Yeatman


Spousal Separation and Interpretation of Contraceptive Use and Unmet Need in Rural Nepal [HTML] [PDF]
By Bharat Ban, Sujan Karki, Ashoke Shrestha and Stephen Hodgins


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Global Abortion Rate Stabilizes, but Unsafe Procedures Remain the Norm in Developing Countries [HTML]

HPV Tests More Sensitive Than Pap Tests for Cervical Cancer Detection [HTML]

Providers' Knowledge Of Medication Abortion Is Lacking in Guatemala [HTML]

Nurses and Doctors are Equally Capable Abortion Providers, Indian Study Indicates [HTML]

Rates of Unsafe Sex Vary By Gender Among HIV-Positive Hondurans [HTML]

Medication Abortion Linked with Increased Risk Of Vaginal Bleeding in Subsequent Pregnancy [HTML]

A Third of Kenyans Have Genital Herpes, Including Most of Those with HIV [HTML]


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