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    Nature and Prevalence of Menstrual Disorders among Teenage Female Students at Zagazig University, Zagazig, Egypt.

    Nooh AM; Abdul-Hady A; El-Attar N

    Journal of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology. 2016 Apr; 29(2):137-42.

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    Achieving MDGs 4 & 5: Egypt’s progress on maternal and child health.

    Sarker I; Saadat S; Cortez R; Abdel-Hamid AHM

    [Washington, D.C.], World Bank, 2014 Aug. 4 p. (Health, Nutrition and Population Knowledge Brief)

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    A Comparative Analysis of Contraceptive Use in Africa: Evidence from DHS.

    Stiegler N; Susuman AS

    Journal of Asian and African Studies. 2016 Aug 1; 51(4):416-432.

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    Trends in attitudes towards female genital mutilation among ever-married Egyptian women, evidence from the Demographic and Health Surveys, 1995-2014: paths of change.

    Van Rossem R; Meekers D; Gage AJ

    International Journal For Equity In Health. 2016; 15:31.

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    A cross sectional study of maternal 'near-miss' cases in major public hospitals in Egypt, Lebanon, Palestine and Syria.

    Bashour H; Saad-Haddad G; DeJong J; Ramadan MC; Hassan S; Breebaart M; Wick L; Hassanein N; Kharouf M

    BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth. 2015; 15:296.

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    Monitoring subnational regional inequalities in health: measurement approaches and challenges.

    Hosseinpoor AR; Bergen N; Barros AJ; Wong KL; Boerma T; Victora CG

    International Journal For Equity In Health. 2016; 15:18.

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    Engaging men for effective activism against sexual and gender-based violence.

    Müller C; Shahrokh T; Smithyes C

    Brighton, United Kingdom, Institute for Development Studies [IDS], 2016 Jan. [4] p. (IDS Policy Briefing Issue 108)

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    Towards more inclusive strategies to address gender-based violence.

    Shahrokh T

    Brighton, United Kingdom, Institute for Development Studies [IDS], 2015 Nov. [4] p. (IDS Policy Briefing Issue 104)

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    Comprehensive adolescent health programs that include sexual and reproductive health services: a systematic review.

    Kagesten A; Parekh J; Tuncalp O; Turke S; Blum RW

    American Journal of Public Health. 2014 Dec; 104(12):e23-36.

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    Papanicolaou smear interpretation with progestin-only hormonal birth control methods.

    Abouzeid ZS; El-Agwany AS

    Journal of Reproduction and Contraception. 2016 Mar; 27(1):25-40.

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    Impact of a health education tool on enhancing communication between health providers and parents of neonates in intensive care in Egypt.

    Hesham MS; Mansi Y; Abdelhamid TA; Saleh RM

    Journal of the Chinese Medical Association. 2016 Jul; 79(7):394-399.

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    Primary Health Care Physicians' Adherence and Attitude Towards Integrated Management of Childhood Illness Guidelines in Alexandria Governorate in Egypt.

    El-Ayady AA; Meleis DE; Ahmed MM; Ismaiel RS

    Global Journal of Health Science. 2016 May; 8(5):217-24.

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    HIV Stigma Toward People Living With HIV and Health Providers Associated With Their Care: Qualitative Interviews With Community Members in Egypt.

    Lohiniva AL; Kamal W; Benkirane M; Numair T; Abdelrahman M; Saleh H; Zahran A; Talaat M; Kandeel A

    Journal of the Association of Nurses In AIDS Care. 2016 Mar-Apr; 27(2):188-98.

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    The effectiveness of the WHO training course on complementary feeding counseling in a primary care setting, Ismailia, Egypt.

    El-Sayed H; Martines J; Rakha M; Zekry O; Abdel-Hak M; Abbas H

    Journal of the Egyptian Public Health Association. 2014 Apr; 89(1):1-8.

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    A National Study: the effect of Egyptian married women's decision-making autonomy on the use of modern family planning methods.

    AlSumri HH

    African Journal of Reproductive Health. 2015 Dec; 19(4):68-77.

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    Maternal and child survival: Findings from five countries experience in addressing maternal and child health challenges.

    Cortez R; Saadat S; Chowdhury S; Sarker I

    Washington, D.C., World Bank, 2015 May. 92 p. (HNP Discussion Paper No. 91294)

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    More power to her. How empowering girls can help end child marriage.

    Warner A; Stoebenau K; Glinski AM

    Washington, D.C., International Center for Research on Women [ICRW], 2014. 17 p.

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    Adolescent girls in Egypt.

    Roudi F

    Washington, D.C., Population Reference Bureau, 2016 Apr. 6 p. (Policy Brief)

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    Empowering adolescent girls in socially conservative settings: impacts and lessons learned from the Ishraq program in rural upper Egypt.

    Sieverding M; Elbadawy A

    Studies in Family Planning. 2016 Jun 10; 47(2):129-144.

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    Understanding HIV-related vulnerability and stigma among Egyptian youth.

    Abdel-Tawab N; Oraby D; Saher S; Ismail S

    Cairo, Egypt, Population Council, Egypt Office, 2016 Mar. 38 p.

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    The private sector as a provider of family planning services in Egypt: Challenges and opportunities.

    Abdel-Tawab N; Oraby D; Bellows B

    Cairo, Egypt, Population Council, The Evidence Project, 2016 May. 8 p. (Policy Brief)

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    The influence of changes in fertility related norms on contraceptive use in Egypt, 1995-2005.

    Storey JD; Kaggwa EB

    Population Review. 2009; 48(1):1-19.

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    A mediation approach to understanding socio-economic inequalities in maternal health-seeking behaviours in Egypt.

    Benova L; Campbell OM; Ploubidis GB

    BMC Health Services Research. 2015; 15:1.

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    Do public health services in Egypt help young married women exercise their reproductive rights?

    Abdel-Tawab N; Rabie T; Boehmova Z; Hawkins L; Saher S; El Shitany A

    International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics. 2015 Aug; 130 Suppl 3:E52-5.

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    The Integrated Gateway Model: a catalytic approach to behavior change.

    Schwandt HM; Skinner J; Takruri A; Storey D

    International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics. 2015 Aug; 130 Suppl 3:E62-8.

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