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Submissions from 2012

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Integration of family planning into other health services in Ghana: Performance needs assessment at four facilities in the Ashanti and Eastern regions, Amos Laar

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Critical issues for integrating SRH and HIV/AIDS services to provide dual protection against unintended pregnancy and HIV/STI acquisition, Population Council

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Expanding access to comprehensive reproductive health and HIV information and services for married adolescent girls in Nyanza Province, Chi-Chi Undie, Harriet Birungi, Francis Obare, Ben Ochieng, Wilson Liambila, Erick Oweya, Ian Askew, Rob Burnet, Bridget Deacon, and Aisha Mohamed

Submissions from 2011

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Scaling up the provision of family planning messages in antenatal and postpartum services in Upper Egypt, Nahla G. Abdel-Tawab and Sally Saher

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Operationalizing and scaling up HIV/RH referrals in Kenya: The way forward, APHIA II OR Project in Kenya

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Scaling up the integration of tuberculosis screening into reproductive health services, APHIA II OR Project in Kenya

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Comprehensive responses to sexual violence in East and Southern Africa: Lessons learned from implementation, Jill Keesbury, Ian Askew, Monica Wanjiru, Grace Chiyaba, Kate Wilson, and Felly Nkweto Simmonds

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Linking HIV-positive family planning clients to treatment and care services in Kenya, Wilson Liambila, Francis Obare, Harriet Birungi, Ruth Wayua Muia, Joyce Wanderi Maina, Mary N. Maina, Christine Awuor, and Ibrahim Mohammed

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Integrating tuberculosis case finding and treatment into postnatal care, Charity Ndwiga, Harriet Birungi, Chi-Chi Undie, Shiphrah Kuria, Joseph Sitienei, and Sam Ochola

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A pay-for-performance innovation integrating the quantity and quality of care in maternal, newborn and child health services in Bangladesh, Laila Rahman, Ubaidur Rob, Riad Mahmud, Azizul Alim, Ismat Ara Hena, Md. Noorunnabi Talukder, and Md. Hafizur Rahman

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The prevention and management of HIV and sexual and gender-based violence: Responding to the needs of survivors and those-at-risk, Sarah Raifman, Ian Askew, Sajeda Amin, Jill Keesbury, Saiqa Mullick, Judith A. Diers, Meiwita P. Budiharsana, Chi-Chi Undie, Mary Zama, Mantshi Menziwa, Sherry Hutchinson, and Naomi Rutenberg

Submissions from 2010

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Introducing and pilot-testing the national guidelines on integrating the management of STIs/RTIs into reproductive health settings in Kenya, Wilson Liambila, Saiqa Mullick, Ian Askew, Nathalie Broutet, Bartilol Kigen, Cosmas Mutunga, Daniel Sande, Nimrod Garama, Benjamin Tsofa, Christine Awuor, and Ibrahim Mohammed

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Intégration des Services au Sénégal, Population Council

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Integration of services in Senegal, Population Council

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Referral mechanism improves uptake of ART services for HIV+ FP clients, Population Council

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Training service providers increases TB screening in postnatal care, Population Council

Submissions from 2009

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The Copperbelt model of integrated care for survivors of rape and defilement: Testing the feasibility of police provision of emergency contraceptive pills, Jill Keesbury, Mary Zama, and Sudha Shreeniwas

Submissions from 2008

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Sexual and reproductive health needs of adolescents perinatally infected with HIV in Uganda, Harriet Birungi, John Frank Mugisha, Juliana K. Nyombi, Francis Obare, Humphres Evelia, and Hannington Nyinkavu

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Situation analysis of the integration of family planning services in postpartum, postabortion and prevention of mother to child transmission programs in Nicaragua, Freddy Solis, Ana del Carmen Rojas, Gadea Adilia, M. Estela Rivero-Fuentes, and Ricardo Vernon

Submissions from 2005

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Programming for HIV prevention in South African schools: A report on program implementation, Priscilla Reddy, Shegs James, and Ann P. McCauley

Submissions from 2004

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Review of field experiences: Integration of family planning and PMTCT services, Naomi Rutenberg and Carolyn Baek

Submissions from 2003

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Reproductive health services in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa: A situation analysis study focusing on HIV/AIDS services, Lewis Ndhlovu, Catherine Searle, Robert A. Miller, Andrew A. Fisher, Ester Snyman, and Nancy L. Sloan