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Periodical articlede Walque, Damien (2007)
How Does the Impact of an HIV/AIDS Information Campaign Vary With Educational Attainment? Evidence From Rural Uganda
Journal of Development Economics. Volume 84 #2. November. p. 686-714.

Periodical articleMbugua, Njeri (2007)
See this documentFactors Inhibiting Educated Mothers in Kenya From Giving Meaningful Sex-Education to Their Daughters
Social Science and Medicine. Volume 64 #5. March. p. 1079-1089.

Periodical articleBenefo, Kofi D. (2006)
The Community-Level Effects of Women's Education on Reproductive Behavior in Rural Ghana
Demographic Research. Volume 14 #20. June 2. p. 485-508.

Periodical articleBrent, Robert J. (2006)
Does Female Education Prevent the Spread of HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa?
Applied Economics. Volume 38 #5. p. 491-503.

Periodical articleEbuehi, O.M. and Ekanem, E.E. and Ebuehi, O.A.T. (2006)
See this documentKnowledge and Practice of Emergency Contraception Among Female Undergraduates in the University of Lagos, Nigeria
East African Medical Journal. Volume 83 #3. March. p. 90-95.

Periodical articleIgumbor, O.J. and Pengpid, S. and Obi, C.L. (2006)
See this documentEffect of Exposure to Clinic-Based Health Education Interventions on Behavioural Intention to Prevent Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV Infection
Sahara: Journal of Social Aspects of HIV/AIDS Research Alliance. Volume 3 #1. May. p. 394-402.

BookLloyd, Cynthia B. and Mensch, Barbara S. (2006)
Marriage and Childbirth as Factors in School Exit: An Analysis of DHS Data From Sub-Saharan Africa
New York: Population Council. Policy Research Division Working Paper #219. 30p.

Periodical articleMcGinn, T. and Allen, K. (2006)
Improving Refugees' Reproductive Health Through Literacy in Guinea
Global Public Health. Volume 1 #3. October. p. 229-248.

Periodical articleOmariba, D.W.R. (2006)
Women's Educational Attainment and Intergenerational Patterns of Fertility Behaviour in Kenya
Journal of Biosocial Science. Volume 38 #4. July. p. 449-479.

Periodical articleAli, M. and Pett, C. (2005)
A Sexual and Reproductive Health Education Initiative for Young Sudanese Refugees in Urban Egypt
The Community Development Journal: An International Journal for Community Workers. Volume 40 #2. p. 192-200.

Conference paperBratton, Angela R. (2005)
Intersections of Teenage Pregnancy and Sex Education in Ghana
Paper presented at the 48th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 17-November 20, 2005, Washington, DC. New Brunswick, New Jersey, Rutgers University.

Conference paperFoster, Angel M. (2005)
Marriage, Sexuality and Reproductive Health: A Survey of University Students in Tunisia and Jordan
Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), November 19-22, 2004, Washington, D.C. Tucson: University of Arizona.

BookGrown, Caren and Gupta, Geeta R. and Kes, Aslihan (2005)
Taking Action: Achieving Gender Equality and Empowering Women
London/Sterling, Virginia: Earthscan. United Nations Development Program, Task Force on Education and Gender Equality, Millennium Project. 280p.

Periodical articleIkeme, A.C.C. and Ezegwui, H.U. and Uzodimma, A.C. (2005)
Knowledge, Attitude and Use of Emergency Contraception Among Female Undergraduates in Eastern Nigeria
Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Volume 25 #5. p. 491-493.

BookJohnson-Hanks, Jennifer (2005)
Uncertain Honor: Modern Motherhood in an African Crisis
Chicago/Bristol, Great Britain: University of Chicago Press/University Presses Marketing. 288p.

Periodical articleOrji, E.O. and Esimai, O.A. (2005)
Sexual Behaviour and Contraceptive Use Among Secondary School Students in Ilesha South West Nigeria
Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Volume 25 #3. April. p. 269-272.

Periodical articlePeltzer, Karl (2005)
Sexuality of Black South African University Students in the Context of HIV/AIDS
Journal of Psychology in Africa. Volume 15 #1. p. 17-24.

Periodical articleAyoub, Ayoub S. (2004)
Effects of Women's Schooling on Contraceptive Use and Fertility in Tanzania
African Population Studies. Volume 19 #2. October.

Periodical articleBurns, Catherine (2004)
See this documentControlling Birth: Johannesburg, 1920-1960
Abstract presentSouth African Historical Journal. #50. p. 170-198.

Conference paperFoster, Angel (2004)
What are Physicians Learning About Reproductive Health? Exploring Medical Education in Tunisia, Lebanon, and Egypt
Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), November 20-23, 2004, San Francisco, California. Tucson: University of Arizona.

BookItyavyar, Dennis (2004)
Success Story of Women's Health and Economic Empowerment Initiative in Middle Belt States, Nigeria: Inter-Gender's Reproductive Health Program Equips Poor Girls for Productive Living
Jos, Nigeria: Jos University Press. International Centre for Gender and Social Research. 102p.

Periodical articleJean-Robert, Rwenge M. (2004)
Gender and Sexuality of Youths in Bafoussam and Mbalmayo, Cameroon
African Journal of Reproductive Health. Volume 8 #2. August. p. 145-163.

Periodical articleKlausen, Susanne (2004)
See this documentWomen's Resistance to Eugenic Birth Control in Johannesburg, 1930-39
Abstract presentSouth African Historical Journal. #50. p. 152-169.

Dissertation / thesisAyoub, Ayoub S. (2003)
An Economic Analysis of Women's Schooling on Fertility and Contraceptive Use in Developing Countries: A Case Study of Tanzania
M.A. Thesis: University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada. 44p.

BookCentre for Development and Population Activities (2003)
Adolescent Girls Literacy Initiative for Reproductive Health (A Gift for RH)
Addis Ababa: Organization for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA) and the Centre for Development and Population Activities (CEDPA).

BookCentre for Development and Population Activities (2003)
Enabling Change for Women's Reproductive Health (ENABLE). Mobilizing Rural Women as Reproductive Health Advocates. Senegal
Washington, D.C.: Centre for Development and Population Activities (CEDPA). January. 2p.

Conference paperEzumah, Nkoli N. (2003)
Safeguarding the Reproductive and Sexual Health of Adolescents Through Sex Education: A Case Study of Enugu and Nkanu, Enugu State, Nigeria
Paper presented at the 46th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), October 30-November 2, 2003, Boston, Massachusetts. New Brunswick, New Jersey. Rutgers University.

Periodical articleMbananga, Nolwazi (2003)
Towards a Critical Review of Reproductive Health Information Development in South Africa
Abstract presentAfricanus. Volume 33 #2. p. 35-44.

BookNigeria. National Population Commission (2003)
Nigeria Demographic and Health Survey, 2003: Preliminary Report
Abuja, Nigeria: Nigeria. National Population Commission. October. 27p.

Periodical articleOmondi, Charles and Ayiemba, E.H.O. (2003)
Contraceptive Use Dynamics Among Migrant Women in Kenya
African Population Studies. Volume 18 #2. October. p. 69-90.

Periodical articleOsei-Hwedie, Kwaku and Namutosi, Rachel (2003)
Sexuality and Precautionary Behaviour among Secondary School Youth in Botswana
Journal of Cultural Studies. Volume 5 #2. p. 292-319.

Dissertation / thesisZiyani, Isabella S. (2002)
Factors Which Deter Swazi Women From Using Family Planning Services
D.Litt et Phil. Dissertation: University of South Africa, Pretoria, South Africa. 163p.

Periodical articleAnochie, I.C. and Ikpeme, E.E. (2001)
Prevalence of Sexual Activity and Outcome Among Female Secondary School Students in Port Harcourt, Nigeria
African Journal of Reproductive Health. Volume 5 #2. August. p. 63-67.

Periodical articleIzugbara, Chimaraoke O. (2001)
See this documentTasting the Forbidden Fruit: The Social Context of Debut Sexual Encounters Among Young Persons in a Rural Nigerian Community
Abstract presentAfrican Anthropologist. Volume 8 #1. March. p. 96-107.

Periodical articleKinsman, John and Nakiuingi, Jessica and Kamali, Anatoli and Whitworth, James A.G. (2001)
Condom Awareness and Intended Use: Gender and Religious Contrasts Among School Pupils in Rural Masaka, Uganda
AIDS Care. Volume 13 #2. p. 215-220.

Periodical articleLagarde, Emmanuel and Carael, Michel and Glynn, Judith R. and Kanhonou, L. and Abega, S.C. and Kahindo, Maina and Musonda, Rosemary M. and Auvert, Bertran and Buve, Anne (2001)
Educational Level is Associated With Condom Use Within Non-Spousal Partnerships in Four Cities of Sub-Saharan Africa
AIDS. Volume 15 #11. July 27. p. 1399-1408.

Periodical articleMensch, Barbara S. and Clark, Wesley H. and Lloyd, Cynthia B. and Erulkar, Annabel S. (2001)
Premarital Sex, Schoolgirl Pregnancy, and School Quality in Rural Kenya
Studies in Family Planning. Volume 32 #4. December. p. 285-301.

Periodical articleNyanzi, Stella and Pool, Robert and Kinsman, John (2001)
The Negotiation of Sexual Relationships Among School Pupils in South-Western Uganda
AIDS Care. Volume 13 #1. February. p. 83-98.

Periodical articleUchudi, Joseph M. (2001)
Spouses' Socioeconomic Characteristics and Fertility Differences in Sub-Saharan Africa: Does Spouse's Education Matter?
Journal of Biosocial Science. Volume 33 #4. October. p. 481-502.

Conference paperBanmeke, Funmi (2000)
Status of Women and Reproductive Health: Research Issue for the Academia
Paper presented at the 2nd International NAWACS (National Association of Women Academics) Conference, Abuja-Federal Capital, 5-10 September, 2000, Abuja, Nigeria.

Periodical articleFamilusi, A. Akin (2000)
Population/Family Life Education: Nigeria Traditional Practices and the Reproductive Health of Women
Nigerian Journal of Gender and Development. Volume 1 #1-2. p. 103-113.

Periodical articleKaufman, Carol E. (2000)
Reproductive Control in Apartheid South Africa
Population Studies. Volume 54 #1. March. p. 105-114.

Periodical articleLaukamm-Josten U. and Mwizarubi, B.K. and Outwater, Anne and Mwaijonga, C.L. and Valadez, J.J. and Nyamwaya, D. and Swai, R.O. and Saidel, T. and Nyamuryekung (2000)
Preventing HIV Infection Through Peer Education and Condom Promotion Among Truck Drivers and Their Sexual Partners in Tanzania, 1990-1993
AIDS Care. Volume 12 #1. February. p. 27-40.

Periodical articleMoronkola, O.A. and Idris, O.M. (2000)
Sexual Health Knowledge, Determinants of Sexual Behaviour and Use of Contraceptives Among Female Secondary School Students in Ibadan, Nigeria
Nigerian School Health Journal. Volume 12 #1-2. p. 27-35.

BookWasao, Samson W. and Zulu, Eliya M. (2000)
The Effect of Women Education on Contraceptive Use in Kenya, 1978-1998
In: Population Association of Kenya (PAK). Kenya's Population Prospects: Now and Beyond. Nairobi: PAK. Occasional Paper #1.

Periodical articleChapman, Katie and Gordon, Gill (1999)
See this documentReproductive Health Technologies and Gender: Is Participation the Key?
Gender and Development. Volume 7 #2. July. p. 34-44.

Periodical articleGreenstreet, Miranda (1999)
Empowerment Through Education and Reproductive Health Communication in Ghana
Development. Volume 42 #1. March. p. 67-69.

BookHarries, Jane (1999)
Women, Literacy, and Reproductive Health: An Ethnographic Study of Women Attending a Day Hospital in the Western Cape
Addis Ababa: Organization for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA). Gender Issues Research Report Series #12. March. 70p.

BookJohn Snow, Inc. and World Education (1999)
Vital Connections: Linking Women's Literacy Programs and Reproductive Health Services
Arlington, Virginia/Boston: John Snow, Inc., Family Planning Service Expansion and Technical Support (SEATS) Project/World Education. July. 50p.

BookMoetsabi, Titus (1999)
Engendering Girl Reproductive Health and Sexual Rights Through Information, Education, and Communication Programming
Harare: Women and AIDS Support Network (WASN). July. 15p.

Periodical articleMoronkola, O.A. and Ogunfuwa, O.T. (1999)
Sexual Lifestyle and Use of Contraceptive Among Graduating Female University Students: Implications for Sexuality Education
Nigerian Journal of Clinical and Counseling Psychology. Volume 5 #1-2. November. p. 176-186.

Periodical articleRogers, Everett M. and Vaughan, Petrer W. and Swalehe, Ramadhan M.A. and Rao, Nagesh and Svenkerud, Peer and Suruchi, Sood (1999)
Effects of an Entertainment-Education Radio Soap Opera on Family Planning in Tanzania
Studies in Family Planning. Volume 30 #3. September. p. 193-211.

Periodical articleWalden, V.M. and Mwangulube, K. and Makhumula-Nkhoma, P. (1999)
Measuring the Impact of a Behaviour Change Intervention for Commercial Sex Workers and Their Potential Clients in Malawi
Health Education Research. Volume 14 #4. August. p. 545-554.

Conference paperGilbert-Martinez, Dorie and Darkwa, Osei (1998)
AIDS Prevention Among African Women: The Role of Women's Organizations, Traditional Rulers, and Traditional Healers in Creating a Comprehensive Community-Based AIDS Education and Prevention Program
Paper presented at the 2nd International Conference on Women in Africa and the African Diaspora: Health and Human Rights, October 23-27, 1998, Indianapolis, Indiana. Asso. of African Women Scholars, Indiana University, Women's Studies Program.

Periodical articleObisesan, K.A. and Adeyemo, A.A. and Fakokunde, B.O. (1998)
Awareness and Use of Family Planning Methods Among Married Women in Ibadan, Nigeria
East African Medical Journal. Volume 75 #3. March. p. 135-138.

Book chapterStambach, Amy (1998)
'Education is My Husband': Marriage, Gender, and Reproduction in Northern Tanzania
In: Bloch, Marianne N. and Beoku-Betts, Josephine A. and Tabachnick, B. Robert (eds.). Women and Education in Sub-Saharan Africa: Power, Opportunities, and Constraints. Boulder, Colorado: Lynne Rienner Publishers. p. 185-200.

Periodical articleFuglesang, Minou (1997)
See this documentLessons for Life Past and Present Modes of Sexuality Education in Tanzanian Society
Social Science and Medicine. Volume 44 #8. p. 1245-1254.

Periodical articleKalipeni, Ezekiel and Ebisemiju, F.S. (1997)
See this documentPopulation Pressure, Social Change, Culture and Malawi's Pattern of Fertility Transition
Abstract presentAfrican Studies Review. Volume 40 #2. September. p. 173-208.

Dissertation / thesisLangeni-Mndbele, Tabitha T. (1997)
Sociocultural Determinants of Fertility in Botswana
Ph.D. dissertation: University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. 182p.

Periodical articleMbizvo, Michael T. (1997)
See this documentEffects of a Randomized Health Education Intervention on Aspects of Reproductive Health Knowledge and Reported Behaviour Among Adolescents in Zimbabwe
Social Science and Medicine. Volume 44 #5. p. 573-577.

Periodical articleMbizvo, Michael T. and Bonduelle. M.M. and Chadzuka, S. and Lindmark, Gunilla A. and Nystrom, Lennnarth (1997)
Unplanned Pregnancies in Harare, Zimbabwe: What is the Contraceptive History and Awareness of the Mothers?
Central African Journal of Medicine. Volume 43 #7. July. p. 200-205.

BookMeekers, Dominique and Wekwete, Naomi (1997)
The Socioeconomic and Demographic Situation of Adolescent and Young Adults in Zimbabwe
Calverton, Maryland: Macro International, Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS). October. 38p.

Conference paperNare, Christine and Katz, Karen and Tolley, Elizabeth (1997)
Measuring Access to Family Planning Education and Services for Young Adults in Dakar, Senegal
Paper presented at the 1997 Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America (PAA), March 27-29, 1997, Washington, DC. Silver Spring.

Periodical articleShapiro, David and Tambashe, B. Oleko (1997)
Education, Employment, and Fertility in Kinshasa and Prospects for Changes in Reproductive Behavior
Population Research and Policy Review. Volume 16 #3. June. p. 259-287.

Periodical articleTawiah, E.O. (1997)
Factors Affecting Contraceptive Use in Ghana
Journal of Biosocial Science. Volume 29 #2. April. p. 141-149.

Periodical articleAinsworth, Martha and Beegle, Kathleen and Nyamete, Andrew (1996)
The Impact of Women's Schooling on Fertility and Contraceptive Use: A Study of Fourteen Sub-Saharan African Countries
World Bank Economic Review. Volume 10 #1. January. p. 85-122.

Book chapterBhushan, Indu and Sirageldin, Ismail (1996)
Education, Fertility Desires, and the Perceived Cost of Contraception
In: Sirageldin, Ismail and Al-Rahmani, Eqbal (eds.). Population and Development Transformations in the Arab World. Greenwich, Connecticut: JAI Press. p. 103-129.

Periodical articleDuncan, Thomas and Maluccio, John (1996)
Fertility, Contraceptive Choice, and Public Policy in Zimbabwe
World Bank Economic Review. Volume 10 #1. January. p. 189-222.

Periodical articleFamily Planning Guidance Association of Ethiopia (1996)
Unsafe/Illegal Abortion in Ethiopia
African Journal of Fertility, Sexuality, and Reproductive Health. Volume 1 #1. March. p. 68-71.

Periodical articleMosaase, M.L. and Tlebere, P. (1996)
Unsafe Abortion and Post Abortion Family Planning in Africa: The Case of Lesotho
African Journal of Fertility, Sexuality, and Reproductive Health. Volume 1 #1. March. p. 26-28.

Conference paperTls, D. and Norr, Kathy and Tema, C.I. (1996)
Peer Education Among Women in Botswana
Paper presented at the 11th Annual International Conference on AIDS, July 7-12, 1996, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

BookUnited Nations. Population Division (1996)
Population and Women: Proceedings of the United Nations Expert Group Meeting on Population and Women, Gaborone, Botswana, 22-26 June, 1992
New York: United Nations. 435p.

Dissertation / thesisWynd, S. (1996)
Health Education for Family Planning, Schooling as Family Planning: Contrasting Perspectives on Fertility and Girls' Education in Niger
Ph.D. dissertation: University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Book chapterAhmed, Ferial A. and Mohamed, Amany M. and Khalil, Mervat M. (1995)
Women's Education, Employment and Fertility in Egypt, 1991
In: Cairo Demographic Centre (CDC). CDC 24th Annual Seminar on Population Issues and the Challenges of the 21st Century in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia, 1994. Cairo: CDC. Research Monograph Series #24. p. 219-242.

BookAinsworth, Martha and Beegle, Kathleen G. and Nyamete, Andrew (1995)
The Impact of Female Schooling on Fertility and Contraceptive Use: A Study of Fourteen Sub-Saharan Countries
Washington, D.C.: World Bank. Living Standards Measurement Study Working Paper #110. 69p.

Periodical articleAlaoui El Mdaghri, Cherifa (1995)
Women, Environment and Population: A Moroccan Case Study
IDS Bulletin. Volume 26 #1. January. p. 61-65.

Book chapterEl-Deeb, Bothaina and Eltigani, Azza (1995)
Socio-Economic Determinants of Contraceptive Use in Sudan
In: Cairo Demographic Centre (CDC). CDC 24th Annual Seminar on Population Issues and the Challenges of the 21st Century in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia, 1994. Cairo: CDC. Research Monograph Series #24. p. 345-373.

Periodical articleHalawa, M. and Bashay, M.F. and Eggleston, E. and Hardee, K. and Kafafi, L. and Brown, J.W. (1995)
Assessing the Impact of a Family Planning Nurse Training Program in Egypt
Population Research and Policy Review. Volume 14 #4. December. p. 395-409.

Conference paperHogue, Nazrul and Murdock, Steve H. (1995)
A Comparative Analysis of the Determinants of Contraceptive Practice in Africa: Evidence From Demographic and Health Survey Data
Paper presented at the 1995 Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America (PAA), April 6-8, 1995, San Francisco, California. Washington, DC.

Periodical articleLesthaeghe, R. and Jolly, C. (1995)
The Start of the Sub-Saharan Fertility Transition: Some Answers and Many Questions
Journal of International Development. Volume 7 #1. January-February. p. 25-45.

Periodical articleMeekers, Dominique and Gage, Anastasia and Li, Zhan (1995)
Preparing Adolescents for Adulthood: Family Life Education and Pregnancy-Related School Expulsion in Kenya
Population Research and Policy Research. Volume 14 #1. March. p. 91-110.

BookScribner, Susan (1995)
Policies Affecting Fertility and Contraceptive Use: An Assessment of Twelve Sub-Saharan Countries
Washington, D.C.: World Bank. World Bank Discussion Paper #259. April. 82p.

Periodical articleSindiga, Isaac (1995)
Towards the Participation of Traditional Birth Attendants in Primary Health Care in Kenya
East African Medical Journal. Volume 72 #7. July. p. 459-464.

Conference paperStewart, Krista and Guilkey, David K. (1995)
Factors Predicting Contraceptive Use Among Adolescents in Zimbabwe
Paper presented at the 1995 Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America (PAA), April 6-8, 1995, San Francisco, California. Washington, DC.

Periodical articleAhn, Namkee and Shariff, Abusaleh (1994)
See this documentA Comparative Study of Socioeconomic and Demographic Determinants of Fertility in Togo and Uganda
International Family Planning Perspectives. Volume 20 #1. March. p. 14-22.

Periodical articleBenefo, Kofi D. and Tsui, Amy O. and De Graft Johnson, Joseph (1994)
Ethnic Differentials in Child-Spacing Ideals and Practices in Ghana
Journal of Biosocial Science. Volume 26 #3. July. p. 311-326.

Periodical articleBriggs, L.A. (1994)
Post Primary School Teachers' Viewpoints on Reproductive Health and Contraceptive Practice Among Schoolgirls in Port Harcourt, Nigeria
Journal of Royal Society of Health. Volume 114 #5. p. 235-239.

Periodical articleBriggs, L.A. (1994)
Secondary School Teachers Opinion About Contraceptive Practice and Pregnancy Among School Girls in Port Harcourt, Nigeria: Implications for Family Planning Programmes
Malaysian Journal of Reproductive Health. Volume 12 #1. June. p. 1-9.

BookGreen, Cynthia P. (1994)
Sustainable Development: Population and the Environment
Washington, D.C.: Academy for Educational Development. 214p.

Conference paperHerting, Jerald R. and Gibney, Laura M. (1994)
The Role of Educational Attainment and Family Planning Services in Zimbabwe: How Demand and Supply for Contraceptives Interact
Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America (PAA), May 5-7, 1994, Miami, Florida. Washington, D.C.: PAA.

Periodical articleSabuni, G.G. and Mbago, M.C.Y. (1994)
The Role of Education on Marital Fertility in Zanzibar
Tanzanian Journal of Population Studies and Development. Volume 1 #2. p. 5-16.

Periodical articleShapiro, David and Tambashe, B. Oleko (1994)
The Impact of Women's Employment and Education on Contraceptive Use and Abortion in Kinshasa, Zaire
Studies in Family Planning. Volume 25 #2. March-April. p. 96-110.

BookShapiro, David and Tambashe, B. Oleko (1994)
Education, Employment, and Fertility in Kinshasa and Prospects for Changes in Reproductive Behavior
University Park, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State University, Population Research Institute Working Paper, No. 1994-06. January. 26p.

BookShapiro, David and Tambashe, B. Oleko (1994)
Women's Employment, Education, Contraception and Abortion in Kinshasa
University Park, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania State University, Population Research Institute Working Paper No. 1994-05. January. 45p.

BookTumbo-Masabo, Zubeida and Liljestrom, Rita (eds.) (1994)
Chelewa, Chelewa: The Dilemma of Teenage Girls
Uppsala: Scandinavian Institute of African Studies. 218p.

Dissertation / thesisAmissah, Margaret (1993)
Education and Family Size Among Women in Accra
B.A. Honors Thesis: University of Legon, Legon, Ghana. 46p.

Conference paperCenzer, Matthew A. (1993)
Mambo Kwa Socks: Swahili Popular Discourse Contraceptive Education and AIDS
Paper presented at the 22nd Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of African Studies (CAAS), May 12-15, 1993, Toronto. University of Toronto. Centre for Urban and Community Studies.

Periodical articleDodoo, F. Nii-Amoo (1993)
Education and Changing Reproductive Behavior in Ghana
Sociological Perspectives. Volume 36 #3. Autumn. p. 241-256.

BookEl-Deeb, Bothaina (1993)
Women, Status, Fertility, and Family Planning in Egypt
Cairo: Cairo Demographic Centre. 59p.

Dissertation / thesisGibney, Laura M. (1993)
Contraceptive Practices in Zimbabwe: The Influence of Educational Attainment and Personal Relationships
Ph.D. dissertation: Stanford University, Stanford, California. 231p.

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