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Improving Reproductive Health Among Vulnerable Women

  1. Unmet need for family planning has been remaining high in developing countries than developed countries, notably in sub-Saharan Africa. Data on unmet needs can help countries set service priorities. This study...

    Authors: Melkalem Mamuye Azanaw, Dawit Tefera Fentie, Yeaynmarnesh Asmare Bukayaw, Ayenew Molla Lakew and Malede Mequanent Sisay
    Citation: Contraception and Reproductive Medicine 2022 7:13
  2. Syria has made progress in reducing maternal mortality and morbidity before the conflict in 2011. Despite the improvement in antenatal care (ANC) coverage and patterns of use, analyses of national surveys demo...

    Authors: Rima Mourtada, Hyam Bashour and Fiona Houben
    Citation: Contraception and Reproductive Medicine 2021 6:17
  3. People living with HIV (PLHIV) receive free antiretroviral treatment (ART) in public health facilities of India. With improved life expectancy, unmet sexual and reproductive health needs of PLHIV have to be ad...

    Authors: Beena Joshi, Bhushan Girase, Siddesh Shetty, Vinita Verma, Shrikala Acharya, Pramod Deoraj, Ragini Kulkarni and Shahina Begum
    Citation: Contraception and Reproductive Medicine 2021 6:14
  4. Maternal mortality tragedy is the issue of both developed and developing countries, especially sub-Saharan Africa including Ethiopia, which is due to poor quality of maternal health care services. Therefore fa...

    Authors: Gurmessa Daba, Jembere Tesfaye Deressa and Workinesh Sinishaw
    Citation: Contraception and Reproductive Medicine 2021 6:10
  5. The insertion of Intrauterine Contraceptive Device (PPIUD) for the purpose of contraception immediately after delivery is becoming popular in countries where the use of IUD for contraception has been extremely...

    Authors: Projestine Selestine Muganyizi, Grasiana Festus Kimario, France John Rwegoshora, Ponsian Patrick Paul and Anita Makins
    Citation: Contraception and Reproductive Medicine 2021 6:1
  6. Age difference among spouses can be considered as an indicator of the nature of the marital bond, and influences the couple’s fertility expectations. The age difference is one of the features of the traditiona...

    Authors: Sena Belina Kitila, Yonas Biratu Terfa, Adugna Olani Akuma, Ayantu Kebede Olika and Alemi Kebede Olika
    Citation: Contraception and Reproductive Medicine 2020 5:34
  7. Unwanted pregnancy is a significant public health problem worldwide. In higher education, students are exposed to the risk of unintended pregnancy, abortion, and its related negative consequences.

    Authors: Tadesse Wuletaw Demissie, Araya Mesfin Nigatu and Getnet Mihretie Beyene
    Citation: Contraception and Reproductive Medicine 2020 5:33
  8. University students are one of the most vulnerable groups to sexual reproductive health [SRH] threats like sexually transmitted infections [STIs], unwanted pregnancies, and unsafe abortions and often have limi...

    Authors: Elly Nuwamanya, Robinah Nalwanga, Afra Nuwasiima, Janet U. Babigumira, Francis T. Asiimwe, Joseph B. Babigumira and Vitalis P. Ngambouk
    Citation: Contraception and Reproductive Medicine 2020 5:31
  9. In Ethiopia, people with disabilities face socioeconomic disadvantages and they have a limited access to sexual and reproductive health information including family planning service. At present, however, there...

    Authors: Alemayehu Gonie Mekonnen, Alebachew Demelash Bayleyegn, Yared Asmare Aynalem, Tigist Demssew Adane, Mikyas Arega Muluneh and Meaza Asefa
    Citation: Contraception and Reproductive Medicine 2020 5:8