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Risk factors for megaloblastic anemia related hematologic disorder among pregnant mothers attending ANC in eastern Shoa zone and the vicinity. A case control study.

Sisay Teklu Waji, Amaha Gebremedhin, Dawit Worku, Alula Teklu, Fikru Abebe, Godana Jarso, Kissi Mudie, Tamrat Endale Introduction: Dramatic increase in the number of mothers referred to Tikur Anbassa Specialized Hospital (TASH) from Eastern...

ICPD and the global abortion outlook

The world will address safe access to abortion among other issues when the International Conference on Population and Development marks 25 years since Cairo with a global summit in Nairobi in November 2019. While...

Update on the US Abortion Access Battle

The Trump administration changed criteria on a public funding program for women’s health referred to as Title X, expanding its global gag rule domestically so that no funds can go to any organization that...

May 2019 News Review and Spring Update

For full graphic newsletter version, click here. Addis Ababa Conference Highlights Our thanks to all who attended, and followed on social media, the April conference in Addis Ababa, “Family Planning and Comprehensive Abortion Care:...

April 2019 News Review

Burkina Faso Avortements et grossesses non-désirées – L’autre regard des leaders communautaires, Sidwaya, 18 Apr 2019 Grossesses précoces en milieu scolaire: Un « mal persistant » dans le Centre-Nord, Ouaga.com, 4 Apr 2019 Cameroon...

March 2019 News Review

Burkina Faso Elèves et rapports sexuels: faire ou ne pas faire, L’Observateur, 4 Mar 2019 Burundi High Impact Success Story: How Burundi Has Used HIPs To Reach More Women, FP2020/Medium, 4 Mar 2019 Cameroon...

Patient preferences for prenatal testing and termination of pregnancy for congenital anomalies and genetic diseases in Ethiopia

Daniel Brooks, Katharine Asta,  Julie Sturza, Birhanu Kebede, Delayehu Bekele, Balkachew Nigatu, Jenny Hewison, Shane C. Quinonez https://doi.org/10.1002/pd.5472 Abstract Objective As prenatal diagnostic services expand throughout low‐income countries, an important consideration is the appropriateness of these services for patients. In these...

Providers’ knowledge on postpartum intrauterine contraceptive device (PPIUCD) service provision in Amhara region public health facility, Ethiopia

Yeshiwas Abebaw, Solomon Berhe, Solomon Mekonnen Abebe, Mulat Adefris, Abebaw Gebeyehu, Tadesse Gure, Birtukan Asmare, Masresha Dagnu, Wubetu Alebachew, Shumye Admasu, Solomon Abdisa, Melkamu Axumawit G/Egziabher https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0214334 Abstract Introduction Postpartum intrauterine contraceptive devices (PP-IUCD) are one type of post-partum family planning method, which can be...

February 2019 News Review

For the online version with images, click here. In these times when access to contraception and safe abortion services seems under threat all over the world, promoting reproductive rights comes in many forms. Government...

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