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Publication Adolescent-Friendly Health Services in Public Health Facilities in Lusaka, Zambia
Theresa Nkole, Mukatimui Kalima Munalula, and Joseph Mumba Zulu (2019)
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Publication Adopción del condón masculino como método de planificación y de prevención de la infección por VIH
(2014)
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Publication Characterizing Male Sexual Partners of Adolescent Girls and Young Women in Mozambique: An Intervention to Promote Data Use
William Miller, MEASURE Evaluation, Palladium (2019)
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Publication Conocimiento comprensivo sobre el VIH en personas jóvenes en Costa Rica
(2014)
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Experience Exchange: M&E Guidelines for Key Populations
A webinar on the M&E Guidelines for Sex Workers, Men who have Sex with Men, & Transgender Populations will be held for the MEET, AIMEnet, and GEMNet-Health communities on July 15, 2014.
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Publication Factores vulnerabilidad al VIH/sida en mujeres costarricenses sexualmente activas
(2014)
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Publication HIV-Related Knowledge, Behaviors, and Exposure to the Life Orientation Curriculum among Grade-8 Learners in Mpumalanga
MEASURE Evaluation (2017)
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Publication HIV-Related Knowledge, Behaviors, and Exposure to the Life Orientation Curriculum among Grade-8 Learners in KwaZulu-Natal
MEASURE Evaluation (2017)
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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.
Located in MEASURE Evaluation PRH / Research
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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