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Research outputs: SEXUAL HEALTH

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2022 Adolescent sexual and reproductive health during the COVID-19 pandemic: a mini review

This mini review explores the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on adolescent sexual and reproductive health. We conducted a rapid review of t...

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2020 Provision of sexual- and reproductive-health services during COVID-19: perspectives from civil society organisations in Eastern and Southern Africa

Civil society organisations remain some of the most important role players in the provision of services related to sexual and reproductive h...

2020 Towards effective linkages of young people to sexual and reproductive health and rights services and support in eastern and southern Africa: perspectives from civil society

Despite recent increases in scholarly and donor interest in interventions addressing adolescent SRHR in Eastern and Southern Africa (ESA), t...

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2013 Pathways from parental AIDS to child psychological, educational and sexual risk: developing and empirically-based interactive theoretical model

Increasing evidence demonstrates negative psychological, health, and developmental outcomes for children associated with parental HIV/AIDS i...