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    Republic of Benin: health, nutrition and population: health and poverty analytical report.

    Akpamoli A; Goyito V; Lemiere C

    [Washington, D.C.], World Bank, Africa Region, Human Development, 2009 May. 263 p. (World Bank Report No. AAA51 - BJ)

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    How many more infants are likely to die in Africa as a result of the global financial crisis?

    Friedman J; Schady N

    [Washington, D.C.], World Bank, Development Research Group, Poverty and Inequality Team & Human Development and Public Services Team, 2009 Aug. 16 p. (Policy Research Working Paper 5023)

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    The complementarity of MDG achievements: the case of child mortality in sub-Saharan Africa.

    Lay J; Robilliard AS

    [Washington, D.C.], World Bank, Development Economics Prospects Group, 2009 Sep. 58 p. (Policy Research Working Paper 5062)

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    Examining HIV, drug use and risk behaviours: A case study in the custodial settings of Thailand and Indonesia.

    Thomson N; Reid G; Dolan K

    International Journal of Prisoner Health. 2009; 5(4):180-91.

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    Progress and gaps: reproductive health among Iraqi refugee women and youth in Jordan: follow-up report.

    Chynoweth S; Prince AW

    New York, New York, Women's Refugee Commission, 2009 Feb. 5 p.

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    Reproductive health in Northern Uganda.

    Women's Refugee Commission

    New York, New York, Women's Refugee Commission, 2009 Oct. [2] p.

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    Collaborative TB/HIV services. Standard operating procedures for implementation of TB activities at HIV/AIDS service delivery sites.

    Family Health International [FHI]

    Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, Family Health International, 2009 Oct. 243 p.

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    Introduction and scaling-up of emergency contraception: lessons learned from three regions.

    Fernández-Cerdeño A; Vernon R; Hossain S; Keesbury J; Khan ME

    Population Review. 2009; 48(1):119-134.

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    Men’s involvement during pregnancy and childbirth: evidence fromrural Ahmadnagar, India.

    Singh A; Ram F

    Population Review. 2009; 48(1):83-102.

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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 study of reproductive and child health among the Dhur Gond tribal community of Mahasamund District, Chhattisgarh, India.

    Chandraker R; Chakrabarty S; Mitra M; Bharati P

    Studies of Tribes and Tribals. 2009 Dec; 7(2):97-103.

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    [A group of women coping with domestic violence after the denouncements] Enfrentamento da violência doméstica por um grupo de mulheres após a denúncia.

    Parente ED; do Nascimento RO; Vieira LJ

    Estudos Feministas. 2009 May-Aug; 17(2):445-465.

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    [Migration, gender, and social inequality. The migration of Bolivian women to Argentina] Migración, género y desigualdad social. La migración de mujeres bolivianas hacia Argentina.

    Magliano MJ

    Estudos Feministas. 2009 May-Aug; 17(2):349-367.

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    [Public polices and women’s health: the comprehensiveness] Políticas públicas de saúde da mulher: a integralidade em questão.

    de Medeiros PF; Guareschi NM

    Estudos Feministas. 2009 Jan-Apr; 17(1):351-380.

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    Fertility beyond the frontier: indigenous women, fertility, and reproductive practices in the Ecuadorian Amazon.

    Bremner J; Bilsborrow R; Feldacker C; Holt FL

    Population and Environment. 2009 Jan; 30(3):93–113.

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    The role of intergenerational transfers, land, and education in fertility transition in rural Kenya: the case of Nyeri district.

    Shreffler KM; Dodoo FN

    Population and Environment. 2009 Jan; 30(3):75-92.

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    Republic of Rwanda, Ministry of Health, Annual Report 2008.

    Rwanda. Ministry of Health

    Kigali, Rwanda, Ministry of Health [MOH], 2009 Apr. 217 p.

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    Revitalization of family planning in Indonesia.

    Hull TH; Mosley H

    [Jakarta, Indonesia], Bappenas, BKKBN, 2009. 94 p.

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    A study of maternal care services utilization in District Agra.

    Jain A; Gupta SC; Misra SK; Kaushal SK; Singh S; Singh S

    Indian Journal of Community Health. 2009 Jun; 21(1):114.

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    Breast-feeding practices among mothers and associated malnutrition in children of rural areas of Dehradun.

    Semwal J; Kishore S; Kar S; Gupta S

    Indian Journal of Community Health. 2009 Jun; 21(2):3-6.

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    Rapid assessment on policy and operational barriers to the integration of FP/RH/HIV services in Kenya.

    Futures Group International. Health Policy Initiative

    Washington, D.C., Futures Group International, Health Policy Initiative, 2009 Feb. [36] p. (USAID Contract No. GPO-I-01-05-00040-00)

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    Projecting population, projecting climate change. Population in IPCC scenarios.

    Young MH; Mogelgaard K; Hardee K

    Washington, D.C., Population Action International, 2009 Jun. 23 p. (PAI Working Paper WP09-02)

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    How do recent population trends matter to climate change?

    Jiang L; Hardee K

    Washington, D.C., Population Action International, 2009 Apr. 26 p.

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    Climate change adaptation: Ethiopia country study. Executive summary.

    Population Action International

    Washington, D.C., Population Action International, 2009 Oct. 2 p.

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    Intermittent preventive treatment of malaria in pregnancy (IPTp): participation of community-directed distributors of ivermectin for onchocerciasis improves IPTp access in Ugandan rural communities.

    Ndyomugyenyi R; Tukesiga E; Katamanywa J

    Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 2009 Dec; 103(12):1221-8.

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