AJRH

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AJRHAfrican Journal of Reproductive Health
AJRHAustralian Journal of Rural Health
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(11.) Biddlecom AE et al., Adolescents' views of and preferences for sexual and reproductive health services in Burkina Faso, Ghana, Malawi and Uganda, African Journal of Reproductive Health, 2007, 11(3):99-110.
(12.) Bankole A et al., Knowledge of correct condom use and consistency of use among adolescents in four countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, African Journal of Reproductive Health, 2007, 11(3):197-220.
The African Journal of Reproductive Health (AJRH) was first published in 1997 (1), and is 20 years old this year (2017).
Going forward, the African Journal of Reproductive Health remains unfinished business, and will strive to attain even higher standards of scholarship and wider circulation in years to come.
In conclusion, the African Journal of Reproductive Health is proud of its unbroken record in documenting essential research and programming outcomes on women's reproductive health and social development in Africa.
"Influence of Independent and Proximate Variables in Condom Use in Selected States in Nigeria, "African Journal of Reproductive Health, 2010: 13 (4): 53-62.
It is within this context that the African Journal of Reproductive Health (3,4) a journal that was established in 1997 to document the processes, achievements and challenges in ICPD implementation in sub-Saharan Africa is issuing this comment.
This edition of the African Journal of Reproductive Health features two articles that explore the use of TBAs versus skilled birth attendants for maternity care in two African countries.
[1] Editor, African Journal of Reproductive Health; [2] Senior Lecturer, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
It is against the backdrop of these preliminary comments that one considers the important role as well as the invaluable contribution of the African Journal of Reproductive Health to knowledge production in Nigeria in particular and the world at large The journal is lifting Nigeria to greater heights.
African Journal of Reproductive Health has through this volume lived up to expectations as a truly international interdisciplinary medium for scholarly works.
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