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African Journal of Reproductive Health (AJRH) is published by the Women’s Health and Action Research Centre (WHARC). It is a multidisciplinary and international journal that publishes original research, comprehensive review articles, short reports and commentaries on reproductive health in Africa. The journal strives to provide a forum for African authors, as well as others working in Africa, to share findings on all aspects of reproductive health, and to disseminate innovative, relevant and useful information on reproductive health throughout the continent.

AJRH is indexed and included in Index Medicus/MEDLINE. The abstracts and tables of contents are published online by INASP at http://www.ajol.info/ajol/ while full text is published at http://www.ajrh.info and by Bioline International at http://www.bioline .org.br/. It is also abstracted in Ulrich’s Periodical, Feminist Periodicals African Books Publishing Records.

La Revue Africaine de santé de la Reproduction (RASR) est publiée par le Women’s Health and Action Research Centre (WHARC). C’est une revue à la fois pluridisciplinaire et internationale qui publie des articles de recherche originaux, des articles de revue détaillés, de brefs rapports et des commentaires sur la santé de la reproduction en Afrique. La Revue s’efforce de fournir un forum aussi bien à des auteurs africains qu'a des professionels qui travaillent en Afrique, afin qu'ils puissent partager leurs découvertes dans tous les aspects de la santé de reproduction et diffuser à travers le continent, des informations innovatrices, pertinentes et utiles dans ce domaine de santé de la reproduction.

La RASR est indexée et figure sur I’Index Medicus/MEDLINE. Les résumés et les tables des matières sont publiés en ligne par INASP sur le site web http://www.ajol.info/ajol tandis que le texte est publié à http://www.ajrh.info par Bioline International sur le site web http://www.bioline.org.br/Il est également résumé dans Ulrich Periodical, feminist Periodical et African Books Publishing Records


Vol 23, No 3 (2019)

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Articles

Advocacy for research evidence in academic public policy development EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Joseph A. Balogun 9-18
Reaching the youngest moms and dads: a socio-ecological view of actors and factors influencing first-time young parents’ use of sexual and reproductive health services in Madagascar EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Susan Igras, Melanie Yahner, Haingo Ralaison, Jean Pierre Rakotovao, Rachel Favero, Sandrine Andriantsimietry, Justin Ranjalahy Rasolofomanana 19-29
Factors associated with postpartum health problems among married women of reproductive age in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: a sross-sectional study in Kenge City EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Hocheol Lee, Ae Young So, Paul Mansiangi, Eun Woo Nam 30-41
Outcome of pregnancy in Saudi women with sickle cell disease attending the Tertiary Care University Hospital in eastern province of Saudi Arabia EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Yasmeen Akhtar Haseeb, Nourah Hasan Al Qahtani 42-48
Knowledge of sexually transmitted infections amongst pregnant women attending antenatal clinics in West Coast region of The Gambia EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Aru-Kumba Baldeh, Alphonsus R. Isara 49-56
Scaling up maternal and child healthcare delivery among mission hospitals in Southeast Nigeria: An Empirical application of data envelopment analysis for setting benchmarks and targets EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Henry E. Aloh, Obinna E. Onwujekwe, Hyacinth E. Ichoku, Augustine C. Osigwe 57-67
Challenges and successes of distributing birth kits with misoprostol to reduce maternal mortality in rural Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Gail C. Webber, Bwire M. Chirangi, Nyamusi J. Magatti 68-78
Pregnancy planning among female sex workers in Uganda: evaluation of the psychometric properties of the london measure of unplanned pregnancy EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Justine N. Bukenya, Christine K. Nalwadda, Stella Neema, Peter Kyambadde, Rhoda K. Wanyenze, Geraldine Barrett 79-95
Trends in contraceptive prevalence in Sub-Saharan Africa: the roles of family planning programs and education EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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John Bongaarts, Karen Hardee 96-105
Community and provider perspectives on addressing unmet need for contraception: Key Findings from a formative phase research in Kenya, South Africa and Zambia (2015-2016) EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Joanna Paula Cordero, Petrus S. Steyn, Peter Gichangi, Yolandie Kriel, Cecilia Milford, Margarate Munakampe, Irene Njau, Theresa Nkole, Adam Silumbwe, Jennifer Smit, James Kiarie 106-119
Child’s risk attributes at birth and infant mortality disparities in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Elhakim A. Ibrahim, Sunday A. Adedini, Amos O. Oyedokun, Akanni I. Akinyemi, Ayotunde Titilayo 120-133
Challenges of including sex education in the life orientation programme offered by schools: the case of Mahikeng, North West Province, South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Akim J. Mturi, Andre L. Bechuke 134-148
Barriers and enablers to task shifting for caesarean sections in sub-Saharan Africa: a scoping review EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Moses J. Chimbari 149-160


ISSN: 1118-4841
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