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    Implementation and acceptability of strategies instituted for engaging men in family planning services in Kibaha district, Tanzania.

    Msovela J; Tengia-Kessy A

    Reproductive Health. 2016 Nov 21; 13(1):138.

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    Men as contraceptive users: Programs, outcomes and recommendations.

    Hardee K; Croce-Galis M; Gay J

    Washington, D.C., Population Council, The Evidence Project, 2016 Sep. 69 p.

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    Counseling Women and Couples on Family Planning: A Randomized Study in Jordan.

    El-Khoury M; Thornton R; Chatterji M; Kamhawi S; Sloane P; Halassa M

    Studies In Family Planning. 2016 Sep 9; 47(3):222-38.

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    Speaking to men’s sense of responsibility: key to improving reproductive health in South Sudan.

    Royal Tropical Institute [KIT]; International Medical Corps; University of Bahr el Ghazal

    Amsterdam, The Netherlands, KIT, 2015 Jul. [4] p. (Policy Brief 1)

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    Family planning knowledge, attitudes and practices in refugee and migrant pregnant and post-partum women on the Thailand-Myanmar border - a mixed methods study.

    Salisbury P; Hall L; Kulkus S; Paw MK; Tun NW; Min AM; Chotivanich K; Srikanok S; Ontuwong P; Sirinonthachai S; Nosten F; Somerset S; McGready R

    Reproductive Health. 2016 Aug 19; 13(94):1-13.

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    Family planning use and associated factors among pastoralist community of afar region, eastern Ethiopia.

    Alemayehu M; Lemma H; Abrha K; Adama Y; Fisseha G; Yebyo H; Gebeye E; Negash K; Yousuf J; Fantu T; Gebregzabher T; Medhanyie AA

    BMC Women's Health. 2016; 16(1):39.

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    Training and pilot mentorship program on family planning models: participant perspectives and lessons learned.

    Lisanework S; Almodovar-Diaz Y; Dembi L

    Washington, D.C., Futures Group, Health Policy Project, 2015 Mar. [16] p. (USAID Contract No. AID-OAA-A-10-00067)

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    Family planning and HIV integration in Malawi: key stakeholder interviews.

    Irani L; Mellish M; McGinn E; Dindi P

    Washington, D.C., Futures Group, Health Policy Project, 2015 Sep. [28] p. (USAID Contract No. AID-OAA-A-10-00067)

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    A community-based, mixed-methods study of the attitudes and behaviors of men regarding modern family planning in Nigeria.

    Akaba G; Ketare N; Tile W

    International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics. 2016 Jun 23;

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    Involving men in family planning in Pakistan.

    Poulation Briefs. 2015 Dec; 21(3):8-9.

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    Family planning through the lens of men: Readiness, preferences, and challenges.

    Kamran I; Tasneem Z; Parveen T; Niazi R

    Washington, D.C., Population Council, The Evidence Project, 2015 Aug. 27 p.

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    Men's involvement in family planning improves contraceptive use, study finds.

    Bagcchi S

    BMJ. 2016; 353:i2890.

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    Men's perceptions of and participation in family planning in Aqaba and Ma'an governorates, Jordan.

    Hamdan-Mansour AM; Malkawi AO; Sato T; Hamaideh SH; Hanouneh SI

    Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal. 2016 Feb; 22(2):124-32.

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    Health system strengthening and effective management for Jharkhand family planning. Manual for district and block managers.

    Chokshi H; Mishra R; Sethi H; Jorgensen A

    Washington, D.C., Futures Group, Health Policy Project, 2014 Feb. 100 p. (USAID Agreement No. AID-OAA-A-10-00067)

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    Contraception and family planning among HIV-seroconcordant and -serodiscordant couples in the US and Zambia.

    Jones DL; Villar-Loubet O; Kankasa C; Chitalu N; Mumbi M

    Open Access Journal of Contraception. 2010 May 24; 1:23-34.

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    Caregiving to persons living with HIV/AIDS: Experiences of Vietnamese family members.

    Lundberg PC; Doan TT; Dinh TT; Oach NK; Le PH

    Journal of Clinical Nursing. 2016 Mar; 25(5-6):788-798.

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    Postpartum family planning: current evidence on successful interventions.

    Blazer C; Prata N

    Open Access Journal of Contraception. 2016 Apr 11; 7:53-67.

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    Cluster randomized controlled trial evaluation of a gender equity and family planning intervention for married men and couples in rural India.

    Raj A; Ghule M; Ritter J; Battala M; Gajanan V; Nair S; Dasgupta A; Silverman JG; Balaiah D

    PloS One. 2016 May 11; 11(5):e0153190.

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    Risk factors for maternal mortality in rural Tigray, Northern Ethiopia: A case-control study.

    Godefay H; Byass P; Graham WJ; Kinsman J; Mulugeta A

    PLoS One. 2015 Dec 17; 10(12):e0144975.

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    Perceptions and Attitudes regarding Sexually Transmitted Infection (STIs) and Family Planning among Adolescents in Northern Madagascar.

    Klinger A; Asgary R

    Women and Health. 2016 Apr 19;

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    Planning men out of family planning. A case study from Mexico.

    Gutmann M

    In: Reproduction, Globalization, and the State. New Theroetical and Ethnographic Perspectives edited by Carole H. Browner and Carolyn F. Sargent. Durham, North Carolina, Duke University Press, 2011. 53-67.

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    Literature review: Reaching young first-time parents for the healthy spacing of second and subsequent pregnancies.

    Greene ME; Gay J; Morgan G; Benevides R; Fikree F

    Washington, D.C., Pathfinder International, Evidence to Action Project [E2A], 2014 Jul. [35] p.

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    Reaching first-time parents and young married women for healthy timing and spacing of pregnancies in Burkina Faso. Key implementation-related findings from Pathfinder International’s “Addressing the Family Planning Needs of Young Married Women and First-Time Parents Project”.

    Chau K; Benevides R; Cole C; Simon C; Balde A; Tomasulo A

    Washington, D.C., Pathfinder International, Evidence to Action Project [E2A], 2015 Sep. [56] p.

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    Evaluation of a male engagement intervention to transform gender norms and improve family planning and HIV service uptake in Kabale, Uganda.

    Ghanotakis E; Hoke T; Wilcher R; Field S; Mercer S

    Global Public Health. 2016 Apr 24; 1-18.

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    Male Participation in Family Planning: Human Behaviour Perspective.

    Joshi LR

    Journal of Nepal Health Research Council. 2015 Sep-Dec; 13(31):188-95.

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