The Population Council's Reproductive Health program strives to improve sexual and reproductive health, especially for vulnerable people in developing countries. We help individuals to achieve their family planning and reproductive health goals through improvements in technologies and services. We work to reduce maternal mortality and morbidity and to improve equity and quality in the delivery of care.

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Submissions from 1996

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What's Sex Got to Do with It? Challenges for Incorporating Sexuality into Family Planning Programs, Kirsten Moore and Judith F. Helzner

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Women's experiences of unwanted pregnancy and induced abortion in Nigeria, Friday E. Okonofua, Clifford Odimegwu, Bisi Aina, Patrick H. Daru, and Agnes Johnson

Submissions from 1995

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Sexual coercion and reproductive health: A focus on research, Lori L. Heise, Kirsten Moore, and Nahid Toubia

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What we do and do not know about the menstrual cycle or, questions scientists could be asking, Sioban D. Harlow and Sara A. Ephross

Submissions from 1994

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Partnership for prevention: A report of a meeting between women's health advocates, program planners, and scientists, Population Council

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Reproductive health approach to family planning, Population Council

Submissions from 1993

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Rethinking postpartum health care, Martha Brady and Beverly Winikoff

Submissions from 1991

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Handbook for Family Planning Operations Research Design, Andrew A. Fisher, John E. Laing, John E. Stoeckel, and John Townsend

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Handbook for Family Planning Operations Research Design [Arabic], Andrew A. Fisher, John E. Laing, John E. Stoeckel, and John Townsend

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Limitations of maternal care to improve maternal health, Beverly Winikoff

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Manual para el Diseño de Investigación Operativa en Planificación Familiar, Andrew A. Fisher, John E. Laing, John E. Stoeckel, and John Townsend

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Maternal risk, Beverly Winikoff

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Prevention of morbidity and mortality from induced and unsafe abortion in Nigeria, Friday E. Okonofua and Toun Ilumoka

Submissions from 1990

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Strategies for increasing contraceptive use in factories in Barbados, Charles Alleyne, Elrene Sealy, and Pauline Russell-Brown