ARH

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AcronymDefinition
ARHArt History
ARHAppalachian Regional Healthcare, Inc.
ARHAgence Régionale de l'Hospitalisation
ARHArmed Reconnaissance Helicopter
ARHActive Radar Homing
ARHAdolescent Reproductive Health
ARHAppalachian Regional Hospital
ARHAnti-Radiation Homing
ARHAtlantic Richfield Hanford
ARHAgricultural and Rural History (National Agricultural Library)
ARHAutosomal Recessive Hypercholesterolemia
ARHAntwerp-Rotterdam-Hamburg (shipping)
ARHAdams, Rehmann, and Heggan (Hammonton, NJ)
ARHAtmospheric Radiative Heating
ARHAlaska Region Headquarters (NOAA)
ARHAssociation of Residence Halls
ARHAssociation pour le Renouveau de l'Herboristerie (French: Association for the Revival of Herbalism; est. 1982)
ARHArkhangelsk, Russia - Arkhangelsk (Airport Code)
ARHAmericas Region Headquarters
ARHAutorité de Régulation des Hydrocarbures (French: Hydrocarbon Regulatory Authority; Algeria)
ARHAuto Rétro Halluin (French: Retro Auto Halluin; est. 1999; Halluin, France)
ARHAssistance en Ressources Humaines (French: Human Resources Support)
References in periodicals archive ?
Adolescent Reproductive Health in India: Status, Policies, Programs, and Issues, POLICY Project, January 2003.
In the new program, "there is a greater focus being placed on addressing adolescent reproductive health and rights," Bokma said.
District of Columbia adolescent reproductive health facts.
Adepoju (2005) in Stephens (2013) avers that in Nigeria, the evolution of sexuality education and its introduction in Nigeria school became apparent as there was an urgent need to address adolescent reproductive health, sexual right and sexuality issue.
Sexuality and HIV education has been for decades considered a key strategy for improving adolescent reproductive health. As a result, comprehensive sexuality education is being offered to students around the world in schools, clinics, and other community settings.
(11.) Section of Family Planning and Contraceptive Research, University of Chicago, School-based health centers: implications for adolescent reproductive health, Policy Brief, 2013, <http://familyplanning.uchicago.edu/policy/publications-resources/SBHCs%20abnd%20Reproductive%20Health%20Brief.pdf>, accessed Apr.
An evaluation of 12 youth centres (under the loveLife programme, DoH centres and Youth and Adolescent Reproductive Health centres) was conducted nationally in 2001 among 1 399 youth aged 12-24 years and their parents.
The study used a qualitative case-study design and focused on the critical role of context in understanding national policy decisions and the legislative process (15) with regard to the contested issues of adolescent reproductive health and sexual offences, and in case of the national RH policy, to get a holistic understanding of the responses.
Adolescent reproductive health (ARH) education is mostly community-based in the Philippines.
Adolescent reproductive health is an increasingly important component of global health.
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