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 1994

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Acceptability of first trimester medical abortion, Beverly Winikoff

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A diagnostic study of the implementation of Department of Health volunteer workers program, Marlina Lacuesta, Segundina Sarangani, and Napoleon Amoyen

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Factors affecting the family planning program drop-out rate in Bukidnon, Philippines, Lita Sealza

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Factors that contribute to the varying performance of BSPOs and BHWs in the delivery of family planning services in Iloilo City, Fely David and Fely Chin

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Family planning and reproductive health: Briefing sheets for a gender analysis, Kirsten Moore and Debbie Rogow

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Family planning studies in the Philippines: A review and synthesis, Virginia Miralao

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Field methodology for entry into the community [Arabic], Hind Khattab, Huda Zurayk, Nabil Younis, and Olfia Kamal

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Learning about the gynecological health of women [Arabic], Nabil Younis, Karima Khalil, Huda Zurayk, and Hind Khattab

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National Research Utilization Conference, September 1994, Family Planning Operations Reserach and Training (FPORT) Program

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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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Planning services in Iloilo City: A diagnostic study of the implementation of the Department of Health Training Courses for family planning providers in Region II and Cordillera Administrative Region, Steven Rood, Marcelo Raquepo, and Mary Ann Ladia

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Profile of clients of different providers of family planning services in Egypt, Social Planning, Analysis & Administration Consultants (SPAAC)

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Provider training and long-term client outcomes: The CSI experience, Social Planning, Analysis & Administration Consultants (SPAAC)

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Reproductive health approach to family planning, Population Council

Submissions from 1993

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Employment-based family planning services, Placide Tapsoba, Ian Askew, J. Tunde Taylor Thomas, Sering Falu Njie, and Momodou Jasseh

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Rethinking postpartum health care, Martha Brady and Beverly Winikoff

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Review of existing Norplant® acceptor tracking system, Joedo Prihartono

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The 1992 Indonesia Norplant® Use-Dynamics Diagnostic Study, Dinan S. Bratakoesoema, Abdul Rodjak, Sulaiman Sastrawinata, Faisal R. Djamal, Hafni Bachtiar, Dr. Masrul, and Nadra B. Azwar

Submissions from 1992

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Norplant® use-dynamics diagnostic study, 1991, Heru Kasidi and Peter C. Miller

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The Silent Endurance: Social Conditions of Women's Reproductive Health in Rural Egypt [Arabic], Hind Khattab

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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A reassessment of the concept of reproductive risk in maternity care and family planning services, Judith Rooks and Beverly Winikoff

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

Submissions from 1979

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Contraceptives and common sense: Conventional methods reconsidered, Judith Bruce and S. Bruce Schearer