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Access to HIV/AIDS or TB care among refugees in Kampala, Uganda: Exploring the enablers and barriers during the COVID-19 pandemic, George Palattiyil, Peter Kisaakye, Hadijah Mwenyango, Simon Katongole, Francis Mulekya, Dina Sidhva, Harish Nair, and Paul Bukuluki

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A community mobilisation intervention to improve engagement in HIV testing, linkage to care, and retention in care in South Africa: A cluster-randomised controlled trial, Sheri A. Lippman, Audrey Pettifor, Mi-Suk Kang Dufour, Chodziwadziwa Whiteson Kabudula, Rhian Twine, Dean Peacock, Rhandzekile Mathebula, Aimée Julien, Rebecca West, Torsten B. Neilands, Ryan Wagner, Ann Gottert, F. Xavier Gómez-Olivé, Dumisani Rebombo, Nicole Haberland, Julie Pulerwitz, Louis Pappie Majuba, Stephen Tollman, and Kathleen Kahn

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Addressing communication taboos motivates social and behavioral changes in Niamey and Abidjan: Evaluation of the Merci Mons Héros media campaign, Breakthrough RESEARCH

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A mixed-methods study of factors influencing postpartum intrauterine device uptake after family planning counseling among women in Kigali, Rwanda, Mariama S. Tounkara, Rosine Ingabire, Dawn L. Comeau, Etienne Karita, Susan Allen, Julien Nyombayire, Rachel Parker, Lisa Haddad, Vanessa Da Costa, Amanda Tichacek, Amelia Mazzei, Jeannine Mukamuyango, and Kristin M. Wall

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A qualitative study of how stigma influences HIV services for transgender men and women in Nigeria, Waimar Tun, Julie Pulerwitz, Elizabeth Shoyemi, Anita Fernandez, Adepeju Adeniran, Franklin Ejiogu, Olusegun Sangowawa, Krista Granger, Osasuyi Dirisu, and Adebola A. Adedimeji

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A research agenda to strengthen evidence generation and utilisation to accelerate the elimination of female genital mutilation, Dennis Matanda and Esther Lwanga Walgwe

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Assessing engagement of adolescents and young adults (AYA) in HIV research: A multi-method analysis of a crowdsourcing open call and typology of AYA engagement in sub-Saharan Africa, Kadija M. Tahlil, Laura Rachal, Titi Gbajabiamila, Ucheoma Nwaozuru, Chisom Obiezu-Umeh, Takhona Hlatshwako, Mandikudza Tembo, Nicola Willis, Carine Oum Nyagog, Susan Vorkoper, Rachel Sturke, Nora E. Rosenberg, Victor Ojo, Isaac Moses, Nadia Ahmed, Kristin Beima-Sofie, Sarah Roberts, Brenda Kateera, Eleanor Namisoke-Magongo, Michael Mbizvo, Juliet Iwelunmor, Oliver Ezechi, and Joseph D. Tucker

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Assessing layered HIV prevention programming: Optimizing outcomes for adolescent girls and young women, Sanyukta Mathur, Raman Mishra, Bidhubhusan Mahapatra, Craig Heck, and Jerry Okoth Okal

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Asset and consumption gradient of health estimates in India: Implications for survey and public health research, Sanjay Kumar Mohanty, S.K. Singh, Santosh Kumar Sharma, Kajori Banerjee, and Rajib Acharya

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Association between the place of abortion and post-abortion contraceptive adoption and continuation: The case of India, Kirti Gaur, Ankita Shukla, and Rajib Acharya

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Association of traditional marital practices with contraceptive decision-making, couple communication, and method use among couples in rural Maharashtra, India, Anvita Dixit, Nicole E. Johns, Mohan Ghule, Madhusudana Battala, Shahina Begum, Niranjan Saggurti, Jay G. Silverman, Elizabeth Reed, Susan M. Kiene, Tarik Benmarhnia, Sarah Averbach, and Anita Raj

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Associations between contraceptive decision-making and marital contraceptive communication and use in rural Maharashtra, India, Melody Nazarbegian, Sarah Averbach, Nicole E. Johns, Mohan Ghule, Jay G. Silverman, Rebecka Lundgren, Madhusudana Battala, Shahina Begum, and Anita Raj

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Barriers and facilitators of access to maternal, newborn and child health services during the first wave of COVID-19 pandemic in Nigeria: Findings from a qualitative study, Godwin O. Akaba, Osasuyi Dirisu, Kehinde Okunade, Eseoghene Adams, Jane Ohioghame, Obioma O. Obikeze, Emmanuel Izuka, Maryam Sulieman, and Michael Edeh

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Breakthrough RESEARCH's evaluation of Breakthrough ACTION Nigeria’s community capacity strengthening approach, Martha Silva, Nrupa Jani, Adetayo Adetunji, and Mayokun Adediran

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Breakthrough RESEARCH—Social and Behavior Change Costing Community of Practice Series Brief #5: Are integrated social and behavior change interventions cost-effective? A methodological approach, Breakthrough RESEARCH

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Causal mechanisms linking education with fertility, HIV, and child mortality: A systematic review, Fatima Zahra, Nicole Haberland, and Stephanie Psaki

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Center for Biomedical Research at the Population Council, Population Council

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Challenges and measures to improve interviewers’ bias in large-scale demographic surveys in India: Some suggestions based on analysis of NFHS-4 data, Tarun K. Roy and Rajib Acharya

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Changes in prevalence of violence and risk factors for violence and HIV among children and young people in Kenya: A comparison of the 2010 and 2019 Kenya Violence Against Children and Youth Surveys, Francis B. Annor, Laura F. Chiang, Patricia Oluoch, Vivienne Mang'oli, Marygorret Mogaka, Mary Mwangi, Anne Ngunjiri, Francis Obare Onyango, Thomas Achia, Pragna Patel, Greta M. Massetti, Linda L. Dahlberg, Thomas R. Simon, and James A. Mercy

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Childhood vaccinations and demographic transition: Long-term evidence from India, Arindam Nandi, Amit Summan, Thoai Ngô, and David E. Bloom

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Client experiences in a mobile-phone counseling intervention for enhancing access to prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) services in Kenya, Jerry Okoth Okal, Avina Sarna, Daniel Lango, James K. Matheka, Danmark Owuor, Eunice Auma Kinywa, and Sam Kalibala

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Comment utiliser une théorie du changement pour assurer le suivi des programmes de changement social et comportemental et les évaluer, Breakthrough RESEARCH

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Comparative analysis of contraceptive use in Punjab and Manipur: Exploring beyond women’s education and empowerment, Anjali Sharma, Abhishek Kumar, S.K. Mohanty, and Arupendra Mozumdar

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Confirming—and testing—bonds of trust: A mixed methods study exploring community health workers’ experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic in Bangladesh, Haiti and Kenya, Pooja Sripad, Ann Gottert, Timothy Abuya, Alain Casseus, Sharif M.I. Hossain, Smisha Agarwal, and Charlotte E. Warren

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Crisis upon crisis: A qualitative study exploring the joint effect of the political, economic, and pandemic challenges in Lebanon on Syrian refugee women's fertility preferences and behaviour, Rima Mourtada and Andrea J. Melnikas

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Determining a trusting environment for maternity care: A framework based on perspectives of women, communities, service providers, and managers in peri-urban Kenya, Pooja Sripad, Maria W. Merritt, Deanna Kerrigan, Timothy Abuya, Charity Ndwiga, and Charlotte E. Warren

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Determining the most significant changes on intergenerational communication and young people’s family planning and reproductive health outcomes: Qualitative evaluation of the Merci Mon Héros media campaign in Niger and Côte d’Ivoire, Martha Silva, Sethson Kassegne, Robert-Hugues Yaovi Nagbe, Rebecca Ezouatchi, Lorimpo Babogou, and Farida Moussa

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Developing and testing a chatbot to integrate HIV education into family planning clinic waiting areas in Lusaka, Zambia, Eileen Yam, Edith S. Namukonda, Tracy McClair, Samir Souidi, Nachela Chelwa, Nelly-Claire Muntalima, Michael Mbizvo, and Benjamin Bellows

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Devolved health system capacity in the provision of care for sick newborns and young infants in four counties serving vulnerable populations in Kenya, Jesse Gitaka, Samuel Mbugua, Peter Mwaura, Daniel Gatungu, David Githanga, Charity Ndwiga, Timothy Abuya, Kezia K’Oduol, Wilson Liambila, and Fred Were

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Did COVID-19 impact contraceptive uptake? Evidence from Senegal, Kamil Fuseini, Leah Jarvis, Augustine Ankomah, Fatou Mbow, and Michelle J. Hindin

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Differences in HIV, STI and other risk factors among younger and older male sex workers who have sex with men in Nairobi, Kenya, Nicholas Muraguri, Jerry Okoth Okal, Marleen Temmerman, Helgar Musyoki, and Peter Gichangi

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Differences in quality of care of family planning services received by age and contraceptive continuation among young mothers in India, Elizabeth Tobey, Aparna Jain, and Arupendra Mozumdar

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Effect of adolescent female fertility and healthcare spending on maternal and neonatal mortality in low resource setting of South Asia, Shongkour Roy and Tanjina Khatun

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Effects of men’s lifetime adverse events experience on violence, HIV risk, and wellbeing: Insights from three countries, Julie Pulerwitz, Tracy McClair, Ann Gottert, Patrick Shabangu, Cherie Cawood, Effie Chipeta, and Sanyukta Mathur

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Evaluation of a gender synchronized family planning intervention for married couples in rural India: The CHARM2 cluster randomized control trial, Anita Raj, Mohan Ghule, Nicole Johns, Madhusudana Battala, Shahina Begum, Anvita Dixit, Florin Vaida, Niranjan Saggurti, Jay G. Silverman, and Sarah Averbach

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Evaluation of RISE II integrated social and behavior change activities in Niger: Baseline report, Leanne Dougherty, Lynn Abu Turk, Nrupa Jani, and Chaibou Dadi

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Examining roles, support, and experiences of community health workers during the COVID-19 pandemic in Bangladesh: A mixed methods study, Shongkour Roy, Sarah Kennedy, Sharif M.I. Hossain, Charlotte E. Warren, and Pooja Sripad

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Examining the longitudinal relationship between intimate partner violence and couples’ marital quality in rural India, Sangeeta Chatterji, Nicole Johns, Mohan Ghule, Shahina Begum, Sarah Averbach, Madhusudan Battala, and Anita Raj

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Experience of care of hospitalized newborns and young children and their parents: A scoping review, Charity Ndwiga, Charlotte E. Warren, Chantalle Okondo, Timothy Abuya, and Pooja Sripad

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Exploring awareness of obstetric fistula in eastern and northern Nigeria: Perceived causes, symptoms, and availability of treatment services, Emmanuel Nwala, Charles Nwaigwe, Pooja Sripad, Charlotte E. Warren, Salisu Mohammed Ishaku, and Solomon Kongyamba

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Expressions of power in health care providers’ experiences and behavior, Breakthrough RESEARCH

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Extramarital fertility in low- and middle-income countries, John Bongaarts and John B. Casterline

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Family planning services during the first wave of COVID-19 in four West African countries: Lessons from a study, Aguima Frank Tankoano, Hassane Atamo, and Dela Nai

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Feasibility of e-commerce pharmacy provision and acceptability of levonorgestrel 1.5 mg for pericoital use in urban and peri-urban settings in Kenya: A prospective cohort study, George Odwe, Brent McCann, Wilson Liambila, Jessica Vandermark, Daniel Mwanga, Edna Anab, Moses Wanami, and Saumya RamaRao

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Fertility Transition in the Developing World, John Bongaarts and Dennis Hodgson

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Global assessments of sexual and reproductive health needs of rural-urban migrants in an urbanizing world, Leiwen Jiang and Timothy Thomas

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Health worker perceptions of stigma towards Zambian adolescent girls and young women: A qualitative study, Caroline Meek, Drosin Mulenga, Patrick Edwards, Sophie Inambwae, Nachela Chelwa, Michael Mbizvo, Sarah Roberts, Sujha Subramanian, and Laura Nyblade

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Healthy women, healthy families: Summary of findings from baseline assessment, Sharif M.I. Hossain, Shongkour Roy, Sigma Ainul, Abdullah Al Mahmud Shohag, A.T.M. Rezaul Karim, and Ubaidur Rob

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Hearing from men living with HIV: Experiences with HIV testing, treatment, and viral load suppression in four high-prevalence countries in sub-Saharan Africa, John Mark Wiginton, Sanyukta Mathur, Ann Gottert, Nanlesta Pilgrim, and Julie Pulerwitz

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How can behavioral determinant data inform family planning SBC programs and policies?, Leanne Dougherty and Phil Anglewicz

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How do changes in motivation to prevent pregnancy influence contraceptive continuation? Results from a longitudinal study with women who receive family planning services from community pharmacists and patent and proprietary medicine vendors in Nigeria, Sara Chace Dwyer, Sikiru Baruwa, Emeka Okafor, Babajide Oluseyi Daini, Osimhen Ubuane, and Aparna Jain

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How do fertility intentions lead to contraceptive continuation among a cohort of family planning users who received services from the private sector in Nigeria, Sara Chace Dwyer, Aparna Jain, Sikiru Baruwa, Emeka Okafor, Babajide Oluseyi Daini, and Osimhen Ubuane

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How to leverage social listening to inform social and behavior change programs, Martha Silva and Jonathan Walker

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How to use a theory of change to monitor and evaluate social and behavior change programs, Breakthrough RESEARCH

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Husbands’ concerns and experiences with the progesterone vaginal ring in three sub-Saharan African countries: A mixed methods study, Francis Obare Onyango, Fatou Mbow, Saumya RamaRao, and Avishek Hazra

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Identification des changements les plus significatifs sur la communication intergénérationnelle et la santé des jeunes en matière de planification familiale et de santé de reproduction : évaluation qualitative de la campagne médiatique « Merci Mon Héros » au Niger et en Côte d’Ivoire, Martha Silva, Sethson Kassegne, Robert-Hugues Yaovi Nagbe, Rebecca Ezouatchi, Lorimpo Babogou, and Farida Moussa

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If we ask, will they tell? (and then, what?): Screening for sexual violence against children in Kenya, Chi-Chi Undie and Margaret Mak'anyengo

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Impact of community and provider-driven social accountability interventions on contraceptive uptake in Ghana and Tanzania, Petrus S. Steyn, Joanna Paula Cordero, Dela Nai, Donat Shamba, Kamil Fuseini, Sigilbert Mrema, Ndema Habib, My Huong Nguyen, and James Kiarie

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Impact of COVID-19 on adolescent HIV prevention and treatment research in the AHISA Network, Elizabeth D. Lowenthal, Stephanie M. DeLong, Brian Zanoni, Irene Njuguna, Kristin Beima-Sofie, Dorothy Dow, Aisa Shayo, Alana Schreibman, Charisse V. Ahmed, Jennifer Chapman, Lydia Chen, Shreya Mehta, and Michael Mbizvo

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Impact of COVID-19 on the use of emergency contraceptives in Ghana: An interrupted time series analysis, Kamil Fuseini, Leah Jarvis, Michelle J. Hindin, Kofi Issah, and Augustine Ankomah

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Implementation and evaluation of a large-scale postpartum family planning program in Rwanda: Study protocol for a clinic-randomized controlled trial, Kristin M. Wall, Rosine Ingabire, Amelia Mazzei, Claudine Umuhoza, Rachel Parker, Amanda Tichacek, Azhar Nizam, Jessica M. Sales, Lisa Haddad, Phaedra Corso, Susan Allen, Julien Nyombayire, and Etienne Karita

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Informational materials: Dual prevention pill, Population Council

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Informing social media campaigns through social listening and monitoring summary, Digital Health Compendium

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Inroads for HIV prevention among men: Findings from mixed methods research in the context of the DREAMS partnership in Southern Africa, Ann Gottert, Julie Pulerwitz, Craig Heck, Patrick Shabangu, Bhekumusa Lukhele, Cherie Cawood, David Khanyile, Louis Apicella, Jerry Okoth Okal, and Sanyukta Mathur

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Integrated health care delivery for adolescents living with and at risk of HIV infection: A review of models and actions for implementation, Sujha Subramanian, Eleanor Namusoke-Magongo, Patrick Edwards, Millicent Atujuna, Teddy Chimulwa, Dorothy Dow, Emilia Jalil, Nguavese Torbunde, Kawango Agot, Ivan Arinaitwe, Jenny Beizer, Nachela Chelwa, Scovia Nalugo Mbalinda, Sam Miti, and Florence Mwangwa

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Intersections of financial agency, gender dynamics, and HIV risk: A qualitative study with adolescent girls and young women in Zambia, Laura Gauer Bermudez, Drosin Mulenga, Maurice Musheke, and Sanyukta Mathur

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Is living in a region with high groundwater arsenic contamination associated with adverse reproductive health outcomes? An analysis using nationally representative data from India, Jessie Pinchoff, Brent Monseur, Sapna Desai, Katelyn Koons, Ruben Alvero, and Michelle J. Hindin

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Longitudinal examination of young married women's fertility and family planning intentions and how they relate to subsequent family planning use in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh India, Ilene Speizer, A.J. Francis Zavier, Lisa M. Calhoun, Priya Nanda, Niranjan Saggurti, and Gwyn Hainsworth

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Manifestations, responses, and consequences of mistreatment of sick newborns and young infants and their parents in health facilities in Kenya, Timothy Abuya, Charlotte E. Warren, Charity Ndwiga, Chantalle Okondo, Emma Sacks, and Pooja Sripad

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Matching intent with intensity: Implementation research on the intensity of health and nutrition programs with women's self-help groups in India, Avishek Hazra, Aikantika Das, Jaleel Ahmad, Shivani Singh, Indrajit Chaudhuri, Apollonius Purty, Audrey Prost, and Sapna Desai

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Measuring potential interest in a postpartum contraceptive vaginal ring among breastfeeding women in India, Lorna Begg, James Sailer, Avishek Hazra, Malabika Roy, Ruth Merkatz, Lisa Haddad, Rebecca Brodsky, and John Bongaarts

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Multisectoral, combination HIV prevention for adolescent girls and young women: A qualitative study of the DREAMS implementation trajectory in Zambia, Joseph G. Rosen, Maurice Musheke, Drosin Mulenga, Edith S. Namukonda, Nrupa Jani, Michael Mbizvo, Julie Pulerwitz, and Sanyukta Mathur

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Multisite, mixed methods study to validate 10 maternal health system and policy indicators in Argentina, Ghana and India: A research protocol, R. Rima Jolivet, Jewel Gausman, Richard M. Adanu, Delia Bandoh, Maria Belizan, Mabel Berrueta, Suchandrima Chakraborty, Ernest Kenu, Nizamuddin Khan, Magdalene Odikro, Veronica Pingray, Sowmya Ramesh, Niranjan Saggurti, Paula Vázquez, and Ana Langer

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Necesidades y atención en salud sexual y reproductiva de mujeres migrantes en México: Un estudio desde Ciudad Juárez—Volumen 3, Jesús Peña, Lucía Vázquez Quesada, and Isabel Vieitez Martínez

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Nestorone nanosuspension-loaded dissolving microneedles array patch: A promising novel approach for “on-demand” hormonal female-controlled peritcoital contraception, Ebru Altuntaş, Ismaiel A. Tekko, Lalitkumar K. Vora, Narender Kumar, Rebecca Brodsky, Olivier Chevallier, Emma McAlister, Qonita Kurnia Anjani, Helen O. McCarthy, and Ryan F. Donnelly

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New client-centered discontinuation measures using the Demographic and Health Survey calendar data, Aparna Jain and Elizabeth Tobey

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Nigerian stakeholders' perceptions of a pilot tier accreditation system for Patent and Proprietary Medicine Vendors to expand access to family planning services, Funmilola OlaOlorun, Aparna Jain, Emily Olalere, Ene Daniel-Ebune, Kayode Afolabi, Emeka Okafor, Sara Chace Dwyer, Osimhen Ubuane, Toyin O. Akomolafe, and Sikiru Baruwa

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Operationalizing the distribution of oral HIV self-testing kits to men who have sex with men (MSM) in a highly homophobic environment: The Nigerian experience, Adekemi Sekoni, Waimar Tun, Osasuyi Dirisu, Temitope Ladi-Akinyemi, Elizabeth Shoyemi, Sylvia Adebajo, Folasade Ogunsola, and Lung Vu

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Oral PrEP consultations among adolescent girls and young women in Kisumu County, Kenya: Insights from the DREAMS program, Craig Heck, Sanyukta Mathur, Habel Alwang’a, Oluoch-Madiang’ Daniel, Rael Obanda, Mophine Owiti, and Jerry Okal

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People's care seeking journey for a chronic illness in rural India: Implications for policy and practice, Sumit Kane, Madhura Joshi, Sapna Desai, Ajay Mahal, and Barbara McPake

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Perceptions and predictors of respectful maternity care in Malawi: A quantitative cross-sectional analysis, Carolyn Smith Hughes, Martha Kamanga, Alisa Jenny, Brady Zieman, Charlotte E. Warren, Dilys Walker, and Abigail Kazembe

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Persistence of female genital mutilation/cutting in two Kenyan communities: What can we learn from change that falls short of abandonment?, Dennis Matanda, Caroline W. Kabiru, Chantalle Okondo, and Bettina Shell-Duncan

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Planning for injecting drug use as a means to prevent risky injection behavior, Mary Philip Sebastian, Avina Sarna, Lopamudra Saraswati, Vartika Sharma, Ira Madan, Waimar Tun, and Ibou Thior

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Promoting healthy couples’ communication to improve reproductive health outcomes, Robert Ainslie, Angie Brasington, G. Arzum Ciloglu, Leanne Dougherty, Busara Drezgic, Jill Gay, Lucia Gumbo, and Geoffrey Rugaita

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Psychosocial influences on pregnancy and childbirth behaviours in north-western Nigeria: A cross-sectional analysis, Emily White Johansson, Udochisom Anaba, Dele Abegunde, Mathew Okoh, Shittu Abdu-Aguye, Paul C. Hewett, and Paul Hutchinson

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Qualitative evaluation of Breakthrough ACTION/Nigeria’s community capacity strengthening approach to sustaining integrated social and behavior change programming: Phase I, Martha Silva, Nrupa Jani, Adetunji Adetayo, and Mayokun Adediran

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Qualitative examination of the role and influence of mothers-in-law on young married couples' family planning in rural Maharashtra, India, Anvita Dixit, Mohan Ghule, Namratha Rao, Madhusudana Battala, Shahina Begum, Nicole E. Johns, Sarah Averbach, and Anita Raj

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Quality of anthropometric data in India's National Family Health Survey: Disentangling interviewer and area effect using a cross-classified multilevel model, Laxmi Kant Dwivedi, Kajori Banerjee, Radhika Sharma, Rakesh Mishra, Sowmya Ramesh, Damodar Sahu, Sanjay Kumar Mohanty, and K.S. James

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Quality of care in abortion in the era of technological and medical advancements and self-care, Ankita Shukla, Lucía Vázquez Quesada, Isabel Vieitez Martínez, Rajib Acharya, and Saumya RamaRao

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Quality of services offered to women with female genital mutilation across health facilities in a Kenyan county, Samuel Kimani, Chantalle Okondo, Jacinta Muteshi-Strachan, and Jaldesa Guyo

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Quels sont les principaux obstacles et facteurs de facilitation associés à la communication intergénérationnelle sur la SSR au Niger et en Côte d’Ivoire?, Breakthrough RESEARCH

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Recap of the Sixth International Symposium on Intrauterine Devices and Systems for Women's Health, Rachel Ferat, Lisa Haddad, Carolyn Westhoff, and David Hubacher

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Removing the societal and legal impediments to the HIV response: An evidence-based framework for 2025 and beyond, Anne L. Stangl, Triantafyllos Pliakas, Jose Antonio Izazola-licea, George Ayala, Tara S. Beattie, Laura Ferguson, Luisa Orza, Sanyukta Mathur, Julie Pulerwitz, Alexandrina Iovita, and Victoria Bendaud

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Research and implementation interactions in a social accountability study: Utilizing guidance for conducting process evaluations of complex interventions, Joanna Paula Cordero, Vernon Mochache, Victoria Boydell, Mary Awelana Addah, Heather McMullen, Alice Monyo, Sigilbert Mrema, Dela Nai, Donat Shamba, and Petrus S. Steyn

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S’attaquer aux tabous de la communication pour le changement social et de comportement à Niamey et Abidjan: Évaluation de la campagne médiatique Merci Mon Héros, Breakthrough RESEARCH

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Setting up a research agenda for financing sexual and reproductive health services toward achieving universal health coverage in South Asia, Avishek Hazra, Arupendra Mozumdar, Iram Kamran, Ashish Bajracharya, and Saumya RamaRao

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Sexual and reproductive health education and its association with ever use of contraception: A cross-sectional study among women in urban slums, Accra, Abdul-Aziz Seidu, Edward Kwabena Ameyaw, Bright Opoku Ahinkorah, Leonard Baatiema, Samuel Dery, Augustine Ankomah, and John Kuumuori Ganle

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Sexual debut and risk behaviors among orphaned and vulnerable children in Zambia: Which protective deficits shape HIV risk?, Joseph G. Rosen, Nkomba Kayeyi, Mwelwa Chibuye, Lyson Phiri, Edith S. Namukonda, and Michael Mbizvo

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Social normative origins of the taboo gap and implications for adolescent risk for HIV infection in Zambia, Sophia N. Nesamoney, Iván Mejía-Guevara, Beniamino Cislaghi, Ann M. Weber, Michael Mbizvo, and Gary L. Darmstadt

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Strengthening the Merci Mon Héros campaign through adaptive management: Application of social listening methodology, Martha Silva, Jonathan Walker, Erin Portillo, and Leanne Dougherty