ASRH

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AcronymDefinition
ASRHAdolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health
ASRHAge, Sex, Race and Hispanic Origin (population measurement; US Census Bureau)
ASRHAssociation Suisse pour la Recherche Horlogère (French: Swiss Association for Horological Research)
ASRHAllied Services Rehabilitation Hospital (Scranton, PA)
ASRHAssociation of Search & Rescue Hovercraft (UK)
ASRHArmed Services Retirement Home (Gulfport, MS and Washington, DC)
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Patterson, "Adolescent sexual and reproductive health in Ghana: results from the 2004 National Survey of Adolescents," Occasional Report, vol.
Both rounds examined peer-reviewed studies on the positive and negative correlates of adolescent sexual and reproductive health, including those related to sexual initiation, number of sex partners, use of condoms and other contraceptives, pregnancy, early childbearing, and HIV and other STIs.
Thus, I recruited Dylan Howitt, an experienced documentary filmmaker, to capture local perspectives on this perceived crisis in adolescent sexual and reproductive health. For both films, we took an exploratory and unscripted approach, letting the interviewees' answers guide the filmmaking process.
The results of this exercise can be used as a tool to help policymakers and donors to target priority areas of adolescent sexual and reproductive health for research funding," Hindin said.
Nurse-midwives' attitudes towards adolescent sexual and reproductive health needs in Kenya and Zambia.
* Budgetting for adolescent sexual and reproductive health and rights
This publication is drawn from Munthali AC, Chimbiri A and Zulu E, Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health in Malawi: A Synthesis of Research Evidence, Occasional Report, New York: The Alan Guttmacher Institute, 2004, No.
Therefore, the objective should not be the prevention of adolescent pregnancy but rather the promotion of adolescent sexual and reproductive health. This is what women have struggled for so long: the right to choose.
Although a few West African countries have made plans to address and improve adolescent sexual and reproductive health outcomes, there is a lack of information about the cost, necessary resources, and requirements for scaling up the planned interventions.
The most comprehensive and perhaps relevant intervention is the National Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Policy.
'Mum never loved me.' How structural factors influence adolescent sexual and reproductive health through parent-child connectedness: a qualitative study in rural Tanzania.
Together they discussed the findings and thought of recommendations for adolescent sexual and reproductive health interventions.
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