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Submissions from 2003

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Women's denial of having experienced female genital cutting in northern Ghana: Explanatory factors and consequences for analysis of survey data, Elizabeth F. Jackson, Patricia Akweongo, Evelyn Sakeah, Abraham Hodgson, Rofina Asuru, and James F. Phillips

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Non-consensual sexual experiences of young people: A review of the evidence from developing countries, Shireen J. Jejeebhoy and Sarah Bott

Submissions from 2002

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South Asia: Clarify goals and expand the reach of anti-trafficking programs, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Using operations research to strengthen programmes for encouraging abandonment of female genital cutting. Report of a consultative meeting on methodological issues for FGC Research, Frontiers in Reproductive Health

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Anti-trafficking programs in South Asia: Appropriate activities, indicators and evaluation methodologies, Dale Huntington

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'Bus fare, please': The economics of sex and gifts among adolescents in urban South Africa, Carol E. Kaufman and Stavros E. Stavrou

Submissions from 2001

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An assessment of the alternative rites approach for encouraging abandonment of female genital mutilation in Kenya, Jane Chege, Ian Askew, and Jennifer Liku

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Prevention of trafficking and the care and support of trafficked persons in the context of an emerging HIV/AIDS epidemic in Nepal, Celine Daly

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Trafficking and human rights in Nepal: Community perceptions and policy and program responses, Celine Daly, Vaishali Sharma Mahendra, Pankaja Bhattarai, Nick Langton, Jyoti Sanghera, Catrin Evans, Ratna Kapur, Dill Ram Dahal, and Siobhan Crowley

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HIV and partner violence: Implications for HIV voluntary counseling and testing, Horizons Program

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HIV and partner violence: What are the implications for voluntary counseling and testing?, Carolyn Knapp

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HIV and partner violence: Implications for HIV voluntary counseling and testing programs in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Suzanne Maman, Jessie K. Mbwambo, Margaret Hogan, Gad P. Kilonzo, Michael D. Sweat, and Ellen Weiss

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El Poder en las Relaciones Sexuales: Inicio de un diálogo entre profesionistas en salud reproductiva, Population Council and Interagency Gender Working Group (IGWG)

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Power in sexual relationships: An opening dialogue among reproductive health professionals, Population Council and Interagency Gender Working Group (IGWG)

Submissions from 2000

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Critical analysis of interventions against FGC in Egypt, Nahla G. Abdel-Tawab and Sahar Hegazi

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

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

Submissions from 1999

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The decline of female circumcision in Egypt: Evidence and interpretation, Omaima El-Gibaly, Barbara L. Ibrahim, Barbara Mensch, and Wesley H. Clark

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The decline of female circumcision in Egypt: Evidence and interpretation [Arabic], Omaima El-Gibaly, Barbara L. Ibrahim, Barbara Mensch, and Wesley H. Clark

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

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

Submissions from 1998

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Rapport du seminaire national [au Mali] pour la definition d'une strategie d'eradication de l'excision, Population Council

Submissions from 1997

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Living on a Fault Line: Political Violence Against Women in Algeria [Arabic], Leila Hessini

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Sexual violence within marriage: A case study of rural Uttar Pradesh, M.E. Khan, John Townsend, Ranjana Sinha, and Seema Lakhanpal

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Emergency contraception as an element in the care of rape victims, Ricardo Vernon, Raffaela Schiavon, and Silvia Elena Llaguno

Submissions from 1996

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Living on a Fault Line: Political Violence Against Women in Algeria, Leila Hessini

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Clinic-based investigation of the typology and self-reporting of FGM in Egypt, Population Council

Submissions from 1995

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