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Inconsistent fertility motivations and contraceptive use behaviors among women in Honduras
This study examines these inconsistencies among urban Honduran women interviewed at two points in time and presents reasons for inconsistent fertility motivations and contraceptive behaviors at follow-up.
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Indonesian Couples’ Pregnancy Ambivalence and Contraceptive Use
Most studies on pregnancy ambivalence are based on data from women and depend on the women’s perceptions to measure their partner’s pregnancy intentions.Because these perceptions may not be accurate,data collected directly from men are needed to understand the role of couple dynamics in fertility behavior.
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Small Grants to Support Research in Family Planning and Reproductive Health
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Research Findings Published in Several Scholarly Journals
Research findings by MEASURE Evaluation is often published in various scholarly journals. Citations and links to full articles have been provided for further reading and reference.
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Benefits and Costs of Expanding Access to Family Planning to Women with HIV
Heidi Reynolds of MEASURE Evaluation contributed to an analysis that models the potential benefits and costs of adding family planning to national strategies for achieving universal access to programs to prevent mother-to-child HIV transmission.
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Sexual Violence and Reproductive Health Outcomes Among South African Female Youths
Programs to reduce adolescent pregnancies and HIV risk in South Africa and elsewhere in sub-Saharan Africa must address sexual violence as part of effective prevention strategies.
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Using Multiple Sampling Approaches to Measure Sexual Risk-taking Among Young People in Haiti
This study compares three surveys of young people aged 15–24 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, in terms of their sociodemographic characteristics and sexual behaviors and the surveys' usefulness for identifying young people at high risk and for program planning.
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Inconsistent Fertility Motivations and Family Planning Behaviors Among Women in Honduras
Recent studies have demonstrated that it is common for women to report inconsistent fertility motivations and family planning behaviors. This study examines these inconsistencies among urban Honduran women interviewed at two points in time and presents reasons for inconsistent fertility motivations and contraceptive behaviors at follow-up.
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Indicators Database Offers Survey
The Family Planning and Reproductive Health Indicators Database, developed by the MEASURE Evaluation Population and Reproductive Health (PRH) project, has launched a survey for users to provide feedback on how well the database meets their needs.
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New mHealth Service for Pregnant Women in South Africa
South Africa launched its first large-scale mHealth service, MomConnect, in August 2014. The project uses mHealth tools to provide pregnant women with information about available health services.
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