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    What is the role of community capabilities for maternal health? An exploration of community capabilities as determinants to institutional deliveries in Bangladesh, India, and Uganda.

    Paina L; Vadrevu L; Hanifi SM; Akuze J; Rieder R; Chan KS; Peters DH

    BMC Health Services Research. 2016; 16:61-71.

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    Do Targeted Reproductive Health Services Matter? - The Impact of a Midwife Program in Indonesia.

    Strupat C

    Health Economics. 2017 Jan 04;

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    Impact of a Text-Messaging Program on Adolescent Reproductive Health: A Cluster-Randomized Trial in Ghana.

    Rokicki S; Cohen J; Salomon JA; Fink G

    American Journal of Public Health. 2016 Dec 20; e1-e8.

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    How Are Gender Equality and Human Rights Interventions Included in Sexual and Reproductive Health Programmes and Policies: A Systematic Review of Existing Research Foci and Gaps.

    Hartmann M; Khosla R; Krishnan S; George A; Gruskin S; Amin A

    PloS One. 2016; 11(12):e0167542.

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    Assessing the Continuum of Care Pathway for Maternal Health in South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa.

    Singh K; Story WT; Moran AC

    Maternal and Child Health Journal. 2016 Feb; 20(2):281-9.

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    Evaluating Religious Influences on the Utilization of Maternal Health Services among Muslim and Christian Women in North-Central Nigeria.

    Al-Mujtaba M; Cornelius LJ; Galadanci H; Erekaha S; Okundaye JN; Adeyemi OA; Sam-Agudu NA

    BioMed Research International. 2016; 2016:3645415.

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    Region of birth, sex, and reproductive health in rural immigrant latino farmworkers: the MICASA study.

    McCurdy SA; Stoecklin-Marois MT; Tancredi DJ; Hennessy-Burt TE; Schenker MB

    Journal of Rural Health. 2015 Spring; 31(2):165-75.

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    Reproductive Health Needs Among Substance Use Disorder Treatment Clients.

    Terplan M; Lawental M; Connah MB; Martin CE

    Journal of Addiction Medicine. 2016 Jan-Feb; 10(1):20-5.

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    Community-based financing of family planning in developing countries: A systematic review.

    Karra M; Canning D; Hu J; Ali M; Lissner C

    Studies in Family Planning. 2016 Dec; 47(4):325-339.

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    The Impact of Interprofessional Student-Led Reproductive Health Education on Youths in Juvenile Detention.

    Son J; Miller WM; Tossone K; Butcher F; Kuo K

    Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology. 2016 Nov 18;

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    Use of routine health information to inform budgetary allocations for reproductive health in Cross River State, Nigeria.

    Hassan A

    Chapel Hill, North Carolina, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Carolina Population Center, MEASURE Evaluation, 2016 Nov. 37 p. (Working Paper WP-16-168; USAID Cooperative Agreement No. AID-OAA-L-14-00004.)

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    Making content meaningful: a guide to adapting existing global health content for different audiences.

    Lee A; Mwaikambo L; Jayarajan N

    Baltimore, Maryland, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Center for Communication Programs, Knowledge for Health [K4Health], 2016. 54 p. (IDS Working Paper Vol. 2016 No. 481)

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    Harnessing the power of innovation to save mothers and children. How 11 emerging innovations could save more than 6 million lives.


    Washington, D.C., PATH, 2016 Sep. 16 p.

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    SPRING / Digital Green Collaboration and Feasibility Study: A report on the key findings of the formative research conducted at the initiation of the project in 2012.

    JSI Research and Training Institute. Strengthening Partnerships, Results, and Innovations in Nutrition Globally [SPRING]

    Arlington, Virginia, SPRING, 2016. 52 p.

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    Gendering Malawi’s National Nutrition Policy using the integrated framework for gender analysis in nutrition policy.

    Mkandawire E; Hendriks SL; Mkandawire L

    East Lansing, Michigan, Michigan State University, Department of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics, 2016 Sep. 4 p. (Policy Research Brief 17)

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    Journey of a thousand miles: harnessing mobile communications technology to solve problems in maternal health and child mortality in Balochistan, Pakistan.

    Suleman Z

    IEEE Pulse. 2015 Jan-Feb; 6(1):28-31.

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    Mobile health applications for HIV prevention and care in Africa.

    Forrest JI; Wiens M; Kanters S; Nsanzimana S; Lester RT; Mills EJ

    Current Opinion In HIV and AIDS. 2015 Nov; 10(6):464-71.

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    Effects of postpartum mobile phone-based education on maternal and infant health in Ecuador.

    Maslowsky J; Frost S; Hendrick CE; Trujillo Cruz FO; Merajver SD

    International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics. 2016 Jul; 134(1):93-8.

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    The MomConnect mHealth initiative in South Africa: Early impact on the supply side of MCH services.

    Barron P; Pillay Y; Fernandes A; Sebidi J; Allen R

    Journal of Public Health Policy. 2016 Nov; 37(Suppl 2):201-212.

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    A situational analysis of sexual and reproductive health issues in physically challenged people, attending a tertiary care hospital in New Delhi.

    Agarwal U; Muralidhar S

    Indian Journal of Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 2016 Jul-Dec; 37(2):162-166.

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    Medicinal Plants Used for Treating Reproductive Health Care Problems in Cameroon, Central Africa.

    Tsobou R; Mapongmetsem PM; Van Damme P

    Economic Botany. 2016; 70:145-159.

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    That would be good but most men are afraid of coming to the clinic: Men and women's perspectives on strategies to increase male involvement in women's reproductive health services in rural Uganda.

    Sileo KM; Wanyenze RK; Lule H; Kiene SM

    Journal of Health Psychology. 2016 Feb 29;

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    Health-related media use among youth audiences in Senegal.

    Glik D; Massey P; Gipson J; Dieng T; Rideau A; Prelip M

    Health Promotion International. 2016 Mar; 31(1):73-82.

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    The Stigma of Reproductive Health Services Utilization by Unmarried Women.

    Mohammadi F; Kohan S; Mostafavi F; Gholami A

    Iranian Red Crescent Medical Journal. 2016 Mar; 18(3):e24231.

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    Women Who Have Sex with Women in Kenya and Their Sexual and Reproductive Health.

    Zaidi SS; Ocholla AM; Otieno RA; Sandfort TG

    LGBT Health. 2016 Apr; 3(2):139-45.

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