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LONG ACTING REVERSIBLE CONTRACEPTION FOR ADOLESCENTS IN KENYA AND RWANDA: A review of supply and demand factors affecting uptake (2020)Background: Adolescent pregnancy can pose a multitude of problems in a young girl’s life, affecting her access to education, her health, and relations with others. Long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs) can provide ...
(2019)Access to healthcare for migrants is a critical issue in the UK. In recent years the UK government has sought to actively deter migration through the development of a ‘hostile enivronment’. As part of this, entitlement to ...
Barriers to accessing healthcare services by the LGBTIQ community: A comparative study from Nepal and India (2020)Background: It has been more than a decade since Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Queer (LGBTIQ) rights were first implemented in Nepal and India. However, it is still being reported that LGBTIQ people are ...
ADOLESCENT SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH: A REVIEW OF IMPLEMENTATION PRACTICES IN EMERGENCY SETTINGS (2020)Merged with the status of children and often adults, adolescents (10-19 years) have been easily overlooked in programs, with much reference on them directed to the ‘young people’ (15-24 years) which had meant negligence ...
PSYCHOSOCIAL AND CULTURAL EFFECTS OF INFERTILITY IN EASTERN AND SOUTHERN AFRICA: A NARRATIVE REVIEW (2020)Background: Infertility is a major reproductive health crisis with significant consequences. Despite being treated predominantly as a medical problem, a wide range of psychosocial and cultural effects have been documented. ...