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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 22, No 1 (2018)

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Articles

Overcoming family planning challenges in Africa: toward meeting unmet need and scaling up service delivery EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Andrzej Kulczycki 9-19
Religious perceptions and attitudes of men towards discontinuation of female genital cutting in Nigeria: evidence from the 2013 Nigeria Demographic and Health Survey EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ayotunde Titilayo, Martin E. Palamuleni, John O. Olaoye-Oyesola, Olumide M. Owoeye 20-28
Factors associated with parental intent not to circumcise daughters in Enugu State of Nigeria: an application of the theory of planned behavior EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Cajetan I. Ilo, Sandra A. Darfour-Oduro, Jerome O. Okafor, Diana S. Grigsby-Toussaint, Ignatius O. Nwimo, Chinagorom Onwunaka 29-37
Social norms and adolescents’ sexual health: an introduction for practitioners working in low and mid-income African countries EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Beniamino Cislaghi, Holly Shakya 38-46
Reaching urban female adolescents at key points of sexual and reproductive health transitions: evidence from a longitudinal study from Kenya EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ilene S. Speizer, Lisa M. Calhoun, David K. Guilkey 47-59
Infertility, psychological distress, and coping strategies among women in Mali, West Africa: a mixed-methods study EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Rosanna F. Hess, Ratchneewan Ross, John L. Gililland Jr. 60-72
Closing the gap between people and programs: lessons from implementation of social accountability for family planning and reproductive health in Uganda EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Vicky Boydell, Stella Neema, Kelsey Wright, Karen Hardee 73-84
“Childbirth is not a sickness; a woman should struggle to give birth”: exploring continuing popularity of home births in western Kenya EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Violet Naanyu, Joyce Baliddawa, Beatrice Koech, Julie Karfakis, Nancy Nyagoha 85-93
Traditional practices of mothers in the postpartum period: evidence from Turkey EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Kamile Altuntuğ, Yeşim Anık, Emel Ege 94-102
Correlates of postpartum sexual activity and contraceptive use in Kano, northern Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Zubairu Iliyasu, Hadiza S. Galadanci, Khadija M. Danlami, Hamisu M. Salihu, Muktar H. Aliyu 103-112
Reasons for discontinuation of implanon among users in Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality, South Africa: a cross-sectional study EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Khungelwa Patricia Mrwebi, Daniel Ter Goon, Eyitayo Omolara Owolabi, Oladele Vincent Adeniyi, Eunice Seekoe, Anthony Idowu Ajayi 113-119


ISSN: 1118-4841
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