Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
 
International Family Planning Perspectives
Volume 34, Number 4, December 2008


Table of Contents



In This Issue 34(4) [html]

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ARTICLES

Estimates of Induced Abortion in Mexico: What's Changed Between 1990 and 2006? [html] [pdf]
Fatima Juarez, Susheela Singh, Sandra G. Garcia and Claudia Diaz Olavarrieta

Consistency in Women's Reports of Sensitive Behavior In an Interview Mode Experiment, Sáo Paulo, Brazil [html] [pdf]
Barbara S. Mensch, Paul C. Hewett, Heidi E. Jones, Carla Gianni Luppi, Sheri A.Lippman, Adriana A.Pinho and Juan Diaz

Factors Influencing the Timing of First Sexual Intercourse Among Young People in Nyanza, Kenya [html] [pdf]
Eric Yeboah Tenkorang and Eleanor Maticka-Tyndale

The Effect of Community-Based Reproductive Health Communication Interventions on Contraceptive Use Among Young Married Couples in Bihar, India [html] [pdf]
Elkan E. Daniel, Rekha Masilamani and Mizanur Rahman


DIGESTS

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High Complication Rates and Costs Are Potential Barriers to Using Circumcision to Prevent HIV in Africa [html]

Many Pregnant Women Use Tobacco in Some Developing Countries [html]

Experience of Sexual and Physical Partner Violence Linked to Elevated Risk of HIV in Indian Women [html]

In Uganda, Fewer Partners And More Condom Use Were Key to Drop in HIV [html]

Nigerian Women Would Like to Receive Social Support During Childbirth [html]

Cameroonian Women Who Marry Later Have Increased Risk of HIV Infection [html]

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