Searching with a thematic focus on Sexual & reproductive health, Health in Zambia
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- DocumentGlobal Public Health, 2015Unsafe abortion is a significant but preventable cause of maternal mortality. Although induced abortion has been legal in Zambia since 1972, many women still face logistical, financial, social, and legal obstacles to access safe abortion services, and undergo unsafe abortion instead.DocumentInternational Union for the Scientific Study of Population, 2014Unsafe abortion is a significant, but preventable cause of maternal mortality in Zambia. The authors compared the trajectories of women seeking safe abortion with those receiving care following unsafe abortion. They interviewed women accessing care in a large government hospital about their experiences.Document
Audience reception and evaluation study for Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR ) Communication Program in Malawi, Namibia, Zambia and ZimbabweSoul Beat, 2014Soul City is coordinating the implementation of a program on sexual and reproductive health rights (SRHR) among youths and key populations in Southern Africa.Document2015Zambia faces severe sexual and reproductive health (SRH) and HIV-related health challenges with variable access to healthcare.DocumentAdvocates for Youth, 1998This guide, produced by Advocates for Adolescents, is designed to help advocates in sub-Saharan Africa develop the skills to advocate for young people’s reproductive health education and services. It describes the main steps of an advocacy campaign and provides information on developing, implementing and evaluating a successful advocacy strategy.DocumentCentre for AIDS Development, Research and Evaluation, South Africa, 2004In this paper from Centre for AIDS Development, Research and Evaluation (CADRE), epidemiological and behavioural data from Uganda is assessed in comparison with other populations where HIV has declined. HIV prevalence declined from 21 percent to 9.8 percent in Uganda from 1991-98.