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Reproductive Health Matters

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05/2011

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L'économie néolibérale a non seulement envahi le commerce et la finance mais également tous les services publics dont la santé. Les conséquences de cette politique sont l'objet de ces articles.
Content
- Trends and inequities in where women delivered their babies in 25 low-income countries: evidence from Demographic and Health Surveys
- Affordability of emergency obstetric and neonatal care at public hospitals in Madagascar
- Privatisation in health systems in developing countries: what's in a name?
- Prevalence of hysterectomy among rural and urban women with and without health insurance in Gujarat, India
- Using the Internet and social media to promote condom use in Turkey
- Putting Women First: Women and Health in a Rural Community
- Does condom social marketing improve health outcomes and increase usage and equitable access?
- Cross-border assisted reproduction care in Asia: implications for access, equity and regulations
- Equity of access to and utilization of reproductive health services in Thailand: national Reproductive Health Survey data, 2006 and 2009
- Poor standards of care in small, private hospitals in Maharashtra, India: implications for public–private partnerships for maternity care
- A strategic assessment of unsafe abortion in Malawi
- The sexual and reproductive health care market in Bangladesh: where do poor women go?
- Repeated pregnancy in a woman with uterine prolapse from a rural area in Nepal
- Stigmatisation and commercialisation of abortion services in Poland: turning sin into gold
- Sexual relations and childbearing decisions of HIV-discordant couples: an exploratory study in South Africa and Tanzania
- Youth-friendly services in two rural districts of West Bengal and Jharkhand, India: definite progress, a long way to go
- New estimates of maternal mortality and how to interpret them: choice or confusion?
- Assessing public and private sector contributions in reproductive health financing and utilization for six sub-Saharan African countries
- Quality of reproductive health services at commune health stations in Viet Nam: implications for national reproductive health care strategy
- Severe maternal morbidity among immigrant women in the Netherlands: patients' perspectives

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POLITIQUE DE LA SANTE ; ASPECT POLITIQUE ; SANTE SEXUELLE ET REPRODUCTIVE ; MADAGASCAR ; BANGLADESH ; INDE ; VIETNAM ; AFRIQUE SUBSAHARIENNE ; THAILANDE ; POLOGNE ; ASIE ; PAYS EN VOIE DE DEVELOPPEMENT ; ASPECT SOCIO-ECONOMIQUE ; STATISTIQUE ; AVORTEMENT

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