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Ward, Patrick, Alex Hurrell, Aly Visram, Nils Riemenschneider, Luca Pellerano, Clare O’Brien, Ian MacAuslan, and Jack Willis. Cash Transfer Programme for Orphans and Vulnerable Children (CT-OVC), Kenya. : Oxford: Oxford Policy Management, 2010.
Book
Lister, Stephen, Masooda Bano, Roy Carr-Hill, and Ian MacAuslan. Mid-Term Evaluation of the EFA Fast Track Initiative - Country Case Study: Pakistan. : Cambridge-Mokoro-Oxford Press, 2010.
Report
Bustreo, Flavia, Eleonora Genovese, Elio Omobono, Henrik Axelsson, and Ian Bannon. Improving child health in post conflict countries: Can the World Bank contribute?. Washington DC, USA: World Bank, 2005.
Report
Benjamin, Lennox, and Ian Manifold. Baseline study on Child Labour in Parika and its Environs. 2005.
Report
Cleland, John, Nelson Onuoha, and Ian Timaeus. Fertility change in sub-Saharan Africa: a review of the evidence. 1994.
Book Section
Timceus M, Ian. "Health and Mortality: Issues of Global Concern." v. Mortality in sub-Saharan Africa (1999).
Anthology
Cohen, Barney, Carole L Jolly, James N Gribble, Etienne van de Walle, Althea Hill, Ian A Timaeus, John O Oucho, William T Gould, Sharon S Russell, and Michael A Stoto. "Demographic change in Sub-Saharan Africa." (1993).
Journal Article
Grassly, Nicholas C, and Ian M Timaeus. "Methods to estimate the number of orphans as a result of AIDS and other causes in Sub-Saharan Africa." Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes JAIDS 39, no. 3 (2005): 365-375.
Journal Article
Harpham, Trudy, Sharon Huttly, Ian Wilson, and Thea De Wet. "Linking public issues with private troubles: panel studies in developing countries." Journal of International Development 15, no. 3 (2003): 353-3.
Journal Article
Grassly, Nicholas, James Lewis, Mary Mahy, Niff Walker, and Ian Timaegus. "Comparison of household-survey estimates with projections of mortality and orphan numbers in sub-Saharan Africa in the era of HIV/AIDS." Population Studies 58, no. 2 (2004): 207-217.
Journal Article
Crighton, Eric J, Lynn Barwin, Ian Small, and Ross Upshur. "What have we learned? A review of the literature on children’s health and the environment in the Aral Sea area." International Journal of Public Health 56, no. 2 (2011): 125.
Journal Article
Curtis, Siân L, Ian Diamond, and John W MacDonald. "Birth interval and family effects on postneonatal mortality in Brazil." Demography 30, no. 1 (1993): 33-43.
Journal Article
Matthews, Zoe, and Ian Diamond. "Child immunisation in Ghana: the effects of family, location and social disparity." Journal of Biosocial Science (1997).
Report
Miller, Kate, Robert Miller, Ian Askew, Marjory C Horn, and Lewis Ndhlovu. Clinic-based family planning and reproductive health services in Africa: findings from situation analysis studies. New York, New York: Population Council Africa Operations Research and Technical Assistance Project. United States Agency for International Development, 1998.
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Moultrie, Tom A, and Ian M Timaeus. Trends in South African fertility between 1970 and 1998. South Africa: Medical Research Council, 2002.
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Chege, Jane, Diouratié Sanogo, Ian Askew, Angela Bannerman, Steve Grey, Evam Glover, Francis Yankey, and Joana Nerquaye-Tetteh. An assessment of the community based distribution programs in Ghana. 2000.
Journal Article
Chege, Jane Njer, and Ian Askew. "An assessment of community-based family planning programmes in Kenya." Nairobi: Population Council (1997).
Journal Article
Moultrie, Tom A, and Ian M Timæus. "The South African fertility decline: evidence from two censuses and a Demographic and Health Survey." Population Studies 57, no. 3 (2003): 265-283.
Journal Article
Curtis, Sian L, and Ian Diamond. "When fertility seems too high for contraceptive prevalence: an analysis of Northeast Brazil." International Family Planning Perspectives 21, no. 2 (1995): 58-63.
Journal Article
Dorrington, Rob, Ian M Timaeus, Tom Moultrie, and Nadine Nannan. "Estimates of provincial fertility and mortality in South Africa, 1985 - 1996." Southern African Journal of Demography 9, no. 2 (2004): 25-57.
Journal Article
Timæus, Ian M, and Louisiana Lush. "Intra-urban differentials in child health." Health Transition Review 5, no. 2 (1995): 163-190.
Journal Article
Timaeus, Ian M, and Momodou Jasseh. "Adult mortality in sub-Saharan Africa: Evidence from Demographic and Health Surveys." Demography 41, no. 4 (2004): 757-772.
Journal Article
Jaldesa, Guyo W, Ian Askew, Carolyne Njue, and Monica Wanjiru. "Female genital cutting among the Somali of Kenya and management of its complications." (2005).
Report
Chege, Jane, Ian Askew, Susan Igras , and Jacinta Mutesh. Testing the effectiveness of integrating community-based approaches for encouraging abandonment of female genital cutting into CARE's reproductive health programs in Ethiopia and Kenya. : Frontiers in Reproductive Health, Population Council, 2004.
Journal Article
Timceus M, Ian. "Mortality in Sub-Saharan Africa." (1997).
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Ditlopo, Prudence, Saiqo Mullick, Ian Askew, Ricardo Vernon, Edwin Maroga, Sgidi Sibeko, Mokgethi Tshabalala, Rabbuh Raletsemo, Dean Peacock, and Andrew Levack. Testing the effectiveness of the Men as Partners program (MAP) in Soweto, South Africa. Washington, DC: USAID, 2007.
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Timaeus M, Ian. Estimation and Projection of Dual Orphans in Populations with Generalized HIV Epidemics: Updated Methods. London, U.K.: London School of Hygien and Tropical Medicine, 2007.
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