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Journal Article
Hardee, Karen, and Elizabeth Leahy. "Population, fertility and family planning in Pakistan: a program in stagnation." (2008).
Report
Dayaratna, Varuni, William Winfrey, William McGreevey, Karen Hardee, Janet Smith, Elizabeth Mumford, Jeffrey Sine, and Ruth Berg. Reproductive health interventions: Which ones work and what do they cost?. : The POLICY Project, 2000.
Report
Moertiningsih Adioetomo, Srim, Rani Toersilaningsih Asmanedi Hendrattno, Linda Fitriati, Elizabeth Eggleston, Karen Hardee, and Terence Hull. Helping the husband, maintaining harmony: Family planning, women’s work, and women’s household autonomy in Indonesia. 1997.
Journal Article
Gichuhi, Wanjiru, Sarah Bradley, and Karen Hardee. "Provision and use of family planning in the context of HIV/AIDS in Kenya: Perspectives of providers, family planning and antenatal care clients, and HIV-positive women." Washington, DC: Futures Group International/POLICY Project (2004).
Journal Article
Rukanuddin, Abdul, and Karen Hardee-Cleaveland. "Can family planning succeed in Pakistan?." International Family Planning Perspectives 18, no. 3 (1992): 109-121.
Report
Amal, Siti H, Shanty Novriaty, Karen Hardee, Elizabeth Eggleston, and Terence Hull. Family Planning and Women’s Empowerment: Challenges for the Indonesian Family. 1997.
Journal Article
Rukanuddin, Abdul Razzaque, and Karen Hardee-Cleaveland. "Can family planning succeed in Pakistan?." International Family Planning Perspectives (1992).
Report
Eggleston, Elizabeth, and Karen Hardee. Jamaica: The Jamaica Adolescent Study. 1998.
Report
Hardee, Karen, Maureen Clyde, Olivia P McDonald, Wilma Bailey, and Michele T Villinski. Assessing family planning service-delivery practices: the case of private physicians in Jamaica. 1995.
Journal Article
Jackson, Jean, Elizabeth Eggleston, Amy Lee, and Karen Hardee. "Reproductive Knowledge, Attitudes and Behaviour Among Young Addlescents in Jamaica." Social and Economic Studies 46, no. 1 (1997): 95-109.
Journal Article
Masango-Makgobela, Agnes T, Indiran Govender, and John V Ndimande. "Reasons patients leave their nearest healthcare service to attend Karen Park Clinic, Pretoria North." African Journal of Primary Health Care & Family Medicine 5, no. 1 (2013).
Book Section
Hrimat, Nader, Poppy Hardee, and Roubina Ghattas. "Status of Environment in the Occupied Palestinian Territory. A Human Rights - Based Approach." Agriculture and Food Security Sectors in the oPt (2011).
Journal Article
Halawa, M., F.M. Bashay, E. Eggleston, K. Hardee, L. Kafafi, and J.W. Brown. "Assessing the impact of a family planning nurse training program in Egypt." Population Research and Policy Review 14, no. 4 (1995): 395-409.
Thesis or Dissertation
Ulysses, Nkrumah. "An appraisal of decision-making power in reproductive health among women at Ejisu in the Ashanti Region." Masters, KWAME NKRUMAH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY , 2011.
Report
Chen, Susan, and David Guilkey. The effect of facility characteristics on choice of family planning facility in rural Tanzania. Washington, USA: MEASURE Evaluation, Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2002.
Conference Paper
Feeney, Griffith, Norman Y Luther, Qing-pu Meng, and Ying Sun. "Recent fertility trends in china: results from the 1990 census." International Seminar on China's 19-23 October 1992, Beijing. 1990.
Journal Article
Gu, Baochang, and Shuzhang Yang. "Fertility trends in rural China in the 1980s: Cohort effect versus period effect." Asia-Pacific Population Journal 6, no. 4 (1991): 3-34.
Thesis or Dissertation
Castillo Avila, Irma Yolanda, Karen Arrieta Yepes, Maira Caballero Pacheco, Jennifer Ramirez Aguilar, and Karen Silva Yepes. "Conocimientos, actitudes, susceptibilidad y autoeficacia en adolescentes escolarizados frente a la infección por VIH Cartagena, 2015." enfermeria, Universidad de Cartagena, 2015.
Book
Brydon, Lynne, and Karen Legge. Adjusting society: the World Bank, the IMF, and Ghana. : International Library of African Studies, 1996.
Journal Article
PEAKE, Linda, and Karen DE SOUZA. "Feminist academic and activist praxis in service of the transnational." Critical Transnational Feminist Praxis (2010).
Book
Owen, Karen K., Elizabeth J. Obregv=n, and Kathryn H. Jacobsen. A geographic analysis of access to health services in rural Guatemala. 2010.
Book
Jamison, Dean T, Richard G Feachem, Malegapuru W Makgoba, Eduard R Bos, Florence K Baingana, Karen J Hofman, and Khama O Rogo. Disease and mortality in sub-Saharan Africa. Washington: World Bank Publications, 2006.
Report
Adeya, Grace, Alphonse Bigirimana, Karen Cavanaugh, and Lynne M Franco. Rapid assessment of the health system in Benin: April 2006. Washington DC, USA: USAID, 2007.
Journal Article
Mohamud, Asha, Karen Ringheim, Susan Bloodworth, and Kristina Gryboski. "Girls at risk: community approaches to end female genital mutilation and treating women injured by the practice." Reproductive health and rights—Reaching the hardly reached (2002).
Book
Herbst, Christopher, Monique Vledder, Karen Campbell, Mirja Sjoblom, and Agnes Soucat. The human resources for health crisis in Zambia: An outcome of health worker entry, exit, and performance within the national health labor market. Washington DC, USA: World Bank, 2011.
Conference Paper
Moore, Karen. "Chronic, life-course and intergenerational poverty, and South-East Asian youth." UN Workshop on Youth Poverty in South-East Asia. Yogyakarta, Indonesia, November 15, 2004.
Working Paper
Fleischman Foreit G, Karen. "Broadening the commercial sector participation in reproductive health." The role of the public sector prices on markets for oral contraceptives. Commercial Market Strategies Technical Paper (2002).
Report
Ravenholt, Betty, Angela Stein, Sara Sulzbach, Kathryn Banke, and Karen Finnegan. Assessing the commercial viabilty of long-acting and permanent contraception methods. Bethesda, MA: Bethesda, MD: Private Sector Partnerships-One project, Abt Associates Inc., 2009.
Report
Collins, David, Elizabeth Lewis, and Karen Stenberg. Scaling up child survival interventions in Cambodia: The cost of national programme resource needs. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization, 2007.
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