Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health
Volume 40, Number 2, June 2014

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In This Issue [HTML]


Evaluation of a Communication Campaign To Improve Continuation Among First-Time Injectable Contraceptive Users in Nyando District, Kenya [HTML] [PDF]
Holly McClain Burke and Constance Ambasa-Shisanya

Individual- and Community-Level Influences on the Timing of Sexual Debut Among Youth in Nyanza, Kenya [HTML] [PDF]
Eric Y. Tenkorang and Eleanor Maticka-Tyndale

Knowledge and Use of Emergency Contraception: A Multicountry Analysis [HTML] [PDF]
Tia Palermo, Jennifer Bleck and Elizabeth Westley

Traditional Birthspacing Practices and Uptake Of Family Planning During the Postpartum Period In Ouagadougou: Qualitative Results [HTML] [PDF]
Clémentine Rossier and Jacqueline Hellen


Using Mapping of Service Delivery Sites to Increase Contraceptive Availability in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo [HTML] [PDF]
Jane T. Bertrand, Patrick Kayembe, Nelly Dikamba, Eric Mafuta, Julie Hernandez, Jacqueline Hellen and Arsene Binanga


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Maternal Mortality Is Declining, but Not Enough To Meet Millennium Development Goal 5 [HTML]

Repeat Abortions Are Common in Vietnam, May Be Linked to Son Preference [HTML]

HIV Stigma Is Related To Testing Among Women But Not Among Men [HTML]

Women Who Have Four Antenatal Visits Rarely Receive All Recommended Services [HTML]

South African Intervention Improves Likelihood Of Consistent Condom Use [HTML]

In Kenya and Nigeria, the Common Stereotype Of Emergency Contraceptive Users Does Not Apply [HTML]


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