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Reproductive consequences of contraceptive failure in 19 developing countries
Author(s): Cleland, J., M.M. Ali
Source: Obstetrics and Gynecology (2004) , Vol 104, Num 2, Page: 314-320
Country(s): Multiple Regions
Rising popularity of injectable contraceptives in sub-Saharan Africa.
Author(s): Adetunji, Jacob A.
Source: African Population Studies (DEC 2011) , Dec2011, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p587-604, 18p
Country(s): Multiple African Countries
Role of Gender in Contraceptive Use among Currently Married Women in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar
Author(s): Kesarwani Ranjana, Yadav Awdhesh
Source: Research on Humanities and Social Sciences , Vol.2, No.2, 2012
Country(s): India
Sex preference and contraceptive norms among regions in Bangladesh
Author(s): L A Kawsar; Ahmad Kabir; M A Islam
Source: International Quarterly of Community Health Education (2008) , 29(2):183-97. doi: 10.2190/IQ.29.2.f.
Country(s): Bangladesh
Skewed contraceptive method mix: Why it happens, why it matters
Author(s): Sullivan, T.M. et al.
Source: Journal of Biosocial Science (2006) , Vol 38, Num 4, Page: 501-521
Country(s): Multiple Regions
Socio-demographic profile of emergency contraceptive users
Author(s): Mittal, S., P.N. Anandalakshmy, M. Lakhtakia
Source: Journal of Family Welfare (2003) , Vol 49, Num 2, Page: 14-17
Country(s): India
Sources of contraceptive commodities for users in Nigeria
Author(s): Oye-Adeniran, B.A., I.F. Adewole, A.V. Umoh, A. Oladokun, A. Gbadegesin, K.A. Odeyemi, E.E. Ekanem
Source: PLoS Medicine (2005) , Vol 2, Num 11, Page: e306
Country(s): Nigeria
Sterilization and union instability in Brazil
Author(s): Leone, T., A. Hinde
Source: Journal of Biosocial Science (2005) , Vol 37, Num 4, Page: 459-469
Country(s): Brazil
Superstition, witchcraft and HIV prevention in sub-Saharan Africa: the case of Ghana.
Author(s): Eric Y Tenkorang, Stephen O Gyimah, Eleanor Maticka-Tyndale, Jones Adjei
Source: Culture, Health and Sexuality (OCT 2011) , Oct2011, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p1001-1014, 14p, 4 Charts, DOI: 10.1080/13691058.2011.592218
Country(s): Ghana
The Association of Contraceptive Use, Non-Use, and Failure with Child Health
Author(s): Jocelyn E. Finlay
Source: International Journal of Child Health and Nutrition (2013) , Volume 2 No. 1, Pages 113-134
Country(s): Multiple Regions
The community-level effects of womens education on reproductive behavior in rural Ghana
Author(s): Benefo, K.D.
Source: Demographic Research (2006) , Vol 14, Num 20, Page: 485-508
Country(s): Ghana
The condom is an 'intruder' in marriage: Evidence from rural Malawi
Author(s): Chimbiri, A.M.
Source: Social Science and Medicine (2007) , Vol 64, Num 5, Page: 1102-1115
Country(s): Malawi
The context and limitations of female sterilization services in Pakistan
Author(s): Khan AA, Khan A, Abbas K, Tirmizi SF, ul Islam Z
Source: Journal of Pakistan Medical Association (APR 2013) , 63(4 Suppl 3):S21-6.
Country(s): Pakistan
The effect of socio-economic and demographic factors on contraceptive use and induced abortion in Turkey
Author(s): Alpu, O., G. Kurt
Source: American Journal of Applied Sciences (2004) , Vol 1, Num 4, Page: 332-337
Country(s): Turkey
The impact of demand factors, quality of care and access to facilities on contraceptive use in Tanzania
Author(s): Arends-Kuenning M., F. Kessy
Source: Journal of Biosocial Science (2006) , forthcoming
Country(s): Tanzania
The influence of socioeconomic status on women's preferences for modern contraceptive providers in Nigeria: a multilevel choice modeling
Author(s): Olatunde Aremu
Source: Patient Preference and Adherence (JAN 2013) , 7:1213-20. DOI:10.2147/PPA.S51852
Country(s): Nigeria
The influence of socioeconomic status on women’s preferences for modern contraceptive providers in Nigeria: a multilevel choice modeling
Author(s): Aremu O.
Source: Patient Preference and Adherence (DEC 2013) , 7:1213-20. doi: 10.2147/PPA.S51852. eCollection 2013.
Country(s): Nigeria
The influence of wives' and husbands' education levels on contraceptive method choice in Nepal, 1996-2006.
Author(s): Bina Gubhaju
Source: International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health (formerly: International Family Planning Perspectives) (DEC 2009) , 35(4):176-85. doi: 10.1363/ipsrh.35.176.09.
Country(s): Nepal
The potential impact of community-based distribution programs on contraceptive uptake in resource-poor settings: Evidence from Ethiopia
Author(s): Tawye, Y., F. Jotie, T. Shigu, P. Ngom, N. Maggwa
Source: African Journal of Reproductive Health (2005) , Vol 9, Num 3, Page: 15-26
Country(s): Ethiopia
The proliferation of female sterilization in Brazil and India: A comparative analysis of the cohort and parity effects
Author(s): Tiziana Leone and Sabu S. Padmadas
Source: Genus (2007) , Vol. 63, No. 3/4 (July - December 2007), pp. 77-97
Country(s): India, Brazil
The proximate determinants of fertility and birth intervals in Egypt: An application of calendar data
Author(s): Angela Baschieri; Andrew Hinde
Source: Demographic Research (JAN 2007) , VOLUME 16, ARTICLE 3, PAGES 59-96 DOI: 10.4054/DemRes.2007.16.3
Country(s): Egypt
The quality of family planning services and client satisfaction in the public and private sectors in Kenya
Author(s): Agha S and Do M.
Source: International Journal for Quality in Health Care (FEB 2009) , 2009 Apr;21(2):87-96. Epub 2009 Feb 3.
Country(s): Kenya
The Reach and Effect of Radio Communication Campaigns on Condom Use in Malawi
Author(s): Meekers, Dominique; Van Rossem, Ronan; Silva, Martha; Koleros, Andrew
Source: Studies in Family Planning (JUN 2007) , Volume 38, Number 2, June 2007 , pp. 113-120(8); DOI:
Country(s): Malawi
The relationship of family size and composition to fertility desires, contraceptive adoption and method choice in South Asia.
Author(s): Jayaraman, Anuja, Vinod Mishra, and Fred Arnold
Source: International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health (formerly: International Family Planning Perspectives) (MAR 2009) , 2009. 35(1): 29-38.
Country(s): India, Bangladesh, Nepal
The reproductive effects of family planning programs in rural Ghana: Analysis by gender
Author(s): Benefo, K.D.
Source: Journal of Asian and African Studies (2005) , Vol 40, Num 6, Page: 463-477
Country(s): Ghana
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