Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
 
International Family Planning Perspectives
Volume 28, Number 2, June 2002


Table of Contents



In This Issue 28(2) [HTML]
The Editors

UPDATE 28(2) [HTML]
Brenner Brown


ARTICLES

Excess Capacity and the Cost of Adding Services At Family Planning Clinics in Zimbabwe [HTML] [PDF]
Barbara Janowitz, Laura Johnson, Andy Thompson, Caroline West, Caroline Marangwanda and Ndugga Baker Maggwa

A Quasi-Experimental Study to Assess the Impact of Four Adolescent Sexual Health Interventions in Sub-Saharan Africa [HTML] [PDF]
Sohail Agha

ISSUES IN PERSPECTIVE

Service Integration: An Overview of Policy Developments [HTML] [PDF]
Louisiana Lush

ISSUES IN PERSPECTIVE

Integration of STI Prevention and Management with Family Planning and Antenatal Care in Sub-Saharan Africa—What More Do We Need to Know? [HTML] [PDF]
Ian Askew and NDugga Baker Maggwa

ISSUES IN PERSPECTIVE

Promoting Dual Protection in Family Planning Clinics In Ibadan Nigeria [HTML] [PDF]
Lawrence Adeokun, Joanne E. Mantell, Eugene Weiss, Grace Ebun Delano, Temple Jagha, Jumoke Olatoregun, Dora Udo, Stella Akinso and Ellen Weiss

ISSUES IN PERSPECTIVE

Dual Needs: contraceptive and Sexually Transmitted Infection Protection in Lusaka, Zambia [HTML] [PDF]
Davy M. Chikamata, Oliver Chinganya, Heidi Jones and Saumya Ramarao

ISSUES IN PERSPECTIVE

When Does It Make Sense to Consider Integrating STI and HIV Services with Family Planning Services? [HTML] [PDF]
Karen G. Fleischman Foreit, Karen Hardee and Kokila Agarwal

ISSUES IN PERSPECTIVE

Is Integration the Answer for Africa [HTML] [PDF]
John C. Caldwell and Pat Caldwell

ISSUES IN PERSPECTIVE

Integrating Reproductive Tract Infection Services Into Family Planning Settings in Indonesia [HTML] [PDF]
Meiwita P. Budiharsana

RESEARCH NOTE

Dual Method Use in South Africa [HTML] [PDF]
By Landon Myer, Chelsea Morroni, Catherine Mathews and Francesca Little

COMMENT

Strategies Adopted by Caribbean Family Planning Associations to Address Declining International Funding [HTML] [PDF]
David Achanfuo Yeboah


DIGESTS

All in PDF

In Mozambique, Social Diversity Within Church Congregations Encourages Contraceptive Use [HTML]

Use of Any Combined Pill Type Confers an Elevated Risk of a First Heart Attack [HTML]

Emergency Contraception Is Little Known and Rarely Used by South Africans [HTML]

Feeding Method Does Not Affect Mortality of Infants of HIV-Infected Women [HTML]

As Desired Fertility Falls, Contraceptive Services Help Women Avoid Abortions [HTML]

Early, Fast-Paced Growth Benefits Short-Term Health of Underweight Infants [HTML]

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