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Submissions from 2000

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Integrating issues of sexuality into Egyptian family planning counseling, Nahla G. Abdel-Tawab, Laila Nawar, Hala Youssef, and Dale Huntington

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Spatial variation in contraceptive use in Bangladesh: Looking beyond the borders, Sajeda Amin, Alaka Malwade Basu, and Rob Stephenson

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Some preconditions for fertility decline in Bengal: History, language identity, and an openness to innovations, Alaka Malwade Basu and Sajeda Amin

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From the home to the clinic: The next chapter in Bangladesh's family planning success story rural sites, Linda Bates, Md. Khairul Islam, Sidney Ruth Schuler, and Md. Alauddinn

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Future trends in contraception in the developing world: Prevalence and method mix, John Bongaarts and Elof D.B. Johansson

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The potential role of contraception in reducing abortion, John Bongaarts and Charles F. Westoff

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Alone you are nobody, together we float: The Manuela Ramos Movement, Judith Bruce and Debbie Rogow

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Rights, technology, and services in reproductive health. A report from a meeting, 6-7 May 1999, Marion Carter and C. Elizabeth McGrory

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Unmet need for family planning in developing countries and implications for population policy, John B. Casterline and Steven W. Sinding

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Unmet need for family planning in developing countries and implications for population policy [Arabic], John B. Casterline and Steven W. Sinding

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An assessment of the community based distribution programs in Ghana, Jane Chege, Diouratie Sanogo, Ian Askew, Angela Bannerman, Steve Grey, Evam Kofi Glover, Francis Yankey, and Joana Nerquaye-Tetteh

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Burkina Faso: Mejorar la atención postaborto beneficia a pacientes y proveedores, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Burkina Faso: Upgrading postabortion care benefits patients and providers, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Egipto: Los proveedores de servicios de planificación deben motivar a sus clientas a hablar de sus problemas de sexualidad, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Egypte: Développer l'accès aux soins après avortement, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Egypte: Les prestataires de service de planification familiale doivent encourage les discussions sur les problèmes sexuels, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Egypt: Expand access to postabortion care, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Egypt: Family planning providers should encourage clients to discuss sexual problems, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Integrating issues of sexuality into Egyptian family planning counseling [Arabic], Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Kenia: La identificación de las ITR sigue siendo un problema: la prevención es esencial, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Kenia: Ofrezca servicios de planificación familiar en salas hospitalarias, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Kenya: Identifying RTIs remain problematic: Prevention is essential, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Kenya: L'identification des IAR demeure hasardeuse: la prévention est primordiale, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Kenya: Offer family planning on hospital wards, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Pérou: Informer les clients sur le mode d'utilisation de leur méthode de choix, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Peru: Tell clients how to use their chosen method, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Senegal: Capacite a más proveedores en atención postaborto, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Senegal: Train more providers in postabortion care, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Increasing the coverage of reproductive health issues in the Egyptian press, Sahar Hegazi and Mona Khalifa

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Meeting women's health care needs after abortion, Dale Huntington

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Adolescent pregnancy and parenthood in South Africa, Carol E. Kaufman, Thea de Wet, and Jonathan Stadler

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Integrating a reproductive health framework within primary care services: The experience of the Reproductive Health Intervention Study [Arabic], Karima Khalil, Abdel Moneim Farag, Assem Anwar, Dina Galal, Olfia Kamal, Karraze Shorbagi, Miral Breebaart, Hind Khattab, Nabil Younis, and Huda Zurayk

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Sexual and Reproductive Health and Health Sector Reform in Latin America and the Caribbean: Challenges and Opportunities, Ana Langer, Gustavo Nigenda, Sandra G. Garcia, Rosario Valdez, Emanuel Orozco, and Jennifer Catino

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Integrating men into the reproductive health equation: Acceptability and feasibility in Kenya, Esther G. Muia, Violet Kimani, and Ann Leonard

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Enhancing the use of emergency contraception in a refugee setting: Findings from a baseline survey in Kakuma refugee camps, Kenya, Esther G. Muia and Joyce Olenja

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Intra-household decision-making on health and resource allocation in Borgou, Bénin, Pierre Ngom, Salome Wawire, Timothee Gandaho, Pierre Klissou, Toussaint Adjimon, Mbaye Seye, Emile Akouanou, and Laurie Winter

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Report on the International Symposium on Quality of Care in China, Population Council

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The Tostan story: Breakthrough in Senegal ending female genital cutting, Population Council

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Men as Supportive Partners in Reproductive Health: Moving from Rhetoric to Reality, Saraswati Raju and Ann Leonard

Submissions from 1999

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Reproductive health indicators: Moving forward, Kelly Blanchard, Batya Elul, and Saumya RamaRao

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The fertility impact of changes in the timing of childbearing in the developing world, John Bongaarts

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Completing the demographic transition, John Bongaarts and Rodolfo A. Bulatao

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Expanding men's participation in reproductive health in Kenya, Bolaji M. Fapohunda and Naomi Rutenberg

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Fertility preferences and contraceptive change in developing countries, Bamikale J. Feyisetan and John B. Casterline

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Investigación operativa en planificación familiar: Lecturas selectas, James R. Foreit and Tomas Frejka

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Indonesia: Analysis of conflicting crisis-related research results, Michelle Gardner and Lila Amaliah

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Case finding and case management of chlamydia and gonorrhea infections among women: What we do and do not know, Nicole Haberland, Beverly Winikoff, Nancy L. Sloan, Christiana Coggins, and Christopher J. Elias

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Improving Quality of Care in India's Family Welfare Programme: The Challenge Ahead, Michael A. Koenig and M.E. Khan

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Peru: Providers' compliance with quality of care norms, Federico R. Leon

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The spread of primary schooling in sub-Saharan Africa: Implications for fertility change, Cynthia B. Lloyd, Carol E. Kaufman, and Paul C. Hewett

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Assessing the potential demand for and effectiveness of integrating STI/HIV management services with Zimbabwe National Family Planning Council's clinic-based family planning services, Baker Ndugga Maggwa, Ian Askew, Hazel M.B. Dube, Caroline S. Marangwanda, Sithokozille Simba, and Ahmed Latif

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The costs of integrating reproductive health services: An example using syndromic management of STIs in family planning clinics in Zimbabwe, Baker Ndugga Maggwa, Ian Askew, Caroline S. Marangwanda, Barbara Janowitz, Laura Johnson, Andrew Thompson, and Caroline West

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Demand for and cost-effectiveness of integrating RTI/HIV services with clinic-based family planning services in Zimbabwe, Baker Ndugga Maggwa, Ian Askew, Caroline S. Marangwanda, Sithokozille Simba, Hazel M.B. Dube, Rick Homan, Barbara Janowitz, Ahmed Latif, and Peter R. Mason

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Population weights in the international order, Geoffrey McNicoll

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Premarital sex and school dropout in Kenya: Can schools make a difference?, Barbara Mensch, Wesley H. Clark, Cynthia B. Lloyd, and Annabel Erulkar

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L'Approche de l'Analyse Situationnelle pour l'évaluation des services de planification familiale et de santé de la reproduction: Manuel de recherche, Robert A. Miller, Andrew A. Fisher, Kate Miller, Lewis Ndhlovu, Baker Ndugga Maggwa, Ian Askew, Diouratie Sanogo, and Placide Tapsoba

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The quantity-quality transition in Asia, Mark R. Montgomery, Mary Arends-Kuenning, and Cem Mete

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Measuring living standards with proxy variables, Mark R. Montgomery, Michele Gragnolati, Kathleen A. Burke, and Edmundo Paredes

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Quality of care and utilisation of MCH and FP services at Kenyan health facilities, Lewis Ndhlovu

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Strengthening the evaluation and research unit of the Zimbabwe Family Planning Council (1995–1998), Lewis Ndhlovu, Hazel M.B. Dube, and Caroline S. Marangwanda

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Implementing A Reproductive Health Agenda in India: The Beginning, Saroj Pachauri

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Lessons from community-based distribution of family planning in Africa, James F. Phillips, Wendy L. Greene, and Elizabeth F. Jackson

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Mexico: Training health providers on domestic violence, Susan Pick and Lydia Miranda

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Review of the policy process in Bangladesh following ICPD, Nancy J. Piet-Pelon, Ubaidur Rob, Syeda Nahid Mukith Chowdhury, Abul Barkat, Sushil Ranjan Howlader, Sharif M.I. Hossain, Ismat Bhuiya, and Siraj-us- Saleheen

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Integrating STI and MCH/FP Services, Population Council

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Strengthening reproductive health services in Africa through Operations Research, Population Council

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The Tostan story: Breakthrough in Senegal ending female genital cutting [Arabic], Population Council

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Zimbabwe: Les méthodes de dépistage des IAR chez les femmes sont chères et inefficaces, Population Council

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Zimbabwe: Los métodos de detección de ITR en mujeres no son cost-efectivos, Population Council

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Zimbabwe: RTI screening methods for women are not cost-effective, Population Council

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Reproductive decisionmaking in the context of HIV/AIDS in Ndola, Zambia, Naomi Rutenberg, Ann E. Biddlecom, and Frederick A.D. Kaona

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Mexico: Protecting informed consent, Elsa Santos, Silvia Elena Llaguno, and Ricardo Vernon

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Comparing alternative products in the provision of emergency contraception, John P. Skibiak, Yusuf Ahmed, and M. Ketata

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Testing strategies to improve access to emergency contraception pills: Prescription vs. prophylactic distribution, John P. Skibiak, Yusuf Ahmed, and M. Ketata

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Improving the management of STIs among MCH/FP clients at the Nakuru Municipal Council health clinics, Julie Solo, Baker Ndugga Maggwa, James Kariba Wabaru, Bedan Kiare Kariuki, and Gregory Maitha

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The cost of health services at the facilities level of the Nakuru Municipal Council, Nakuru, Kenya, Andrew Thompson, Barbara Janowitz, and Julie Solo

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Mexico: Informing service providers and factory workers about emergency contraception, Ricardo Vernon

Submissions from 1998

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Seminar on male involvement in reproductive health in Egypt: Summary of research findings and future directions, Nahla G. Abdel-Tawab

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Counseling the husbands of postabortion patients in Egypt: Effects on husband involvement, patient recovery and contraceptive use [Arabic], Nahla G. Abdel-Tawab, Dale Huntington, Ezzeldin Osman Hassan, Hala Youssef, and Laila Nawar

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Emergency contraception in Zambia: Setting a new agenda for research and action, Yusuf Ahmed, M. Ketata, and John P. Skibiak

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Assessing the quality of reproductive health services, Raeda Al Qutob, Salah Mawajdeh, Laila Nawar, Salama Saidi, and Firas Raad

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Women's lives and rapid fertility decline: Some lessons from Bangladesh and Egypt, Sajeda Amin and Cynthia B. Lloyd

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Evaluation de la stratégie de distribution à base communautaire, Banza Baya, Georges Guiella, Christine Ouedraogo, and Gabriel Pictet

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Ensuring community participation in MCH/FP activities: Lessons learned from a pilot project, Abbas Bhuiya, Ubaidur Rob, and Maruf Rabban Quaderi

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Strengthening RTI/STD services: Lessons learned from a pilot project, Ismat Bhuiya and Ubaidur Rob

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Covert contraceptive use: Prevalence, motivations, and consequences, Ann E. Biddlecom and Bolaji M. Fapohunda

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Fertility and reproductive preferences in post-transitional societies, John Bongaarts

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On the quantum and tempo of fertility, John Bongaarts and Griffith Feeney

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El Método COPE para mejorar el cuidado de la atención: La experiencia de la Asociación para la Planificación Familiar de Kenia, Janet Bradley, Judith Bruce, Soledad Diaz, Carlos Huezo, and Kalimi Mworia

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Using COPE to improve quality of care: The experience of the Family Planning Association of Kenya, Janet Bradley, Judith Bruce, Soledad Diaz, Carlos Huezo, and Kalimi Mworia

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Analysis of price change on the perceptions and use of DMPA among clients using reproductive health services in Uttar Pradesh, India, Leila Caleb-Varkey, John Townsend, Sneh Vishwanath, and Sudha Tiwari

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Factors affecting the outputs and costs of community-based distribution of family planning services in Tanzania, Jane Chege, Naomi Rutenberg, Barbara Janowitz, and Andrew Thompson

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Involving private medical practitioners in family planning services in Bangladesh, Abu Yusuf Choudhury, Ubaidur Rob, and Sharif M.I. Hossain

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A study of women's preferences regarding the formulation of over-the-counter vaginal spermicides, Christiana Coggins, Christopher J. Elias, Ronachai Atisook, Mary T. Bassett, Virginie Ettiegne-Traore, Peter D. Ghys, Laura Jenkins-Woelk, Earmporn Thongkrajai, and Nancy L. VanDevanter

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Comparing quality of reproductive health services before and after clinic-strengthening activities: A case study in rural Burkina Faso, Direction de la Santé et de la Famille (DSF), University of Ouagadougou Demographic Research Unit (UERD), Mwangaza, and Population Council

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Getting men involved in family planning: Experiences from an innovative program, Directorate of Family Planning, National Institute of Population Research and Training, and Population Council

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Workshop report: Launching of the revised reproductive health policy guidelines and standards, Division of Primary Health Care, Kenya Ministry of Health

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Youth talk about sexuality: A participatory assessment of adolescent sexual and reproductive health in Lusaka, Zambia, Tamara Fetters, Evans Mupela, and Naomi Rutenberg

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Manuel de recherche opérationnelle en matière de planification familiale, Andrew A. Fisher, John E. Laing, John E. Stoeckel, and John Townsend

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Family Planning Operations Research: A Book of Readings, James R. Foreit and Tomas Frejka