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Working Paper
Magadi, Monica Akinyi, Nyovani Jane Madise, and Robert N Rodrigues. "Variations in antenatal care between women of different communities in Kenya." APHRC Working Papers (2000).
Journal Article
Stephenson, Rob, Angela Baschieri, Steve Clements, Monique Hennink, and Nyovani Madise. "Contextual influences on the use of health facilities for childbirth in Africa." American journal of public health 96, no. 1 (2006): 84-0.
Journal Article
Sheppard, Zoe, Nyovani Madise, and Monique Hennink. "Gender and risk of HIV in Ghana and Uganda." University of Southampton, UK (2004).
Journal Article
Johnson, Fiifi A, and Nyovani J Madise. "Examining the geographical heterogeneity associated with risk of mistimed and unwanted pregnancy in Ghana." Journal of biosocial science 41, no. 2 (2009): 249-267.
Journal Article
Akwara, Priscilla, Nyovani Madise, and Andrew Hinde. "Perception of risk of HIV/AIDS and sexual behaviour in Kenya." Journal of Biosocial Science 35, no. 3 (2003): 385-411.
Journal Article
Magadi, Monica Akinyi, Nyovani Madise, and Roberto Rodrigues. "Frequency and timing of antenatal care in Kenya: explaining the variations between women of different communities." Social Science \& Medicine 51, no. 4 (2000): 551-561.
Journal Article
Magadi, Monica, Ian Diamond, and Nyovani Madise. "Analysis of factors associated with maternal mortality in Kenyan hospitals." Journal of biosocial science 33, no. 3 (2001): 375-389.
Journal Article
Magadi, Monica, Nyovani Madise, and Ian Diamond. "Factors associated with unfavourable birth outcomes in Kenya." Journal of Biosocial Science 33, no. 2 (2001): 199-225.
Journal Article
Magadi, Monica, Ian Diamond, Nyovani Madise, and Peter Smith. "Pathways of the determinants of unfavourable birth outcomes in Kenya." Journal of biosocial science 36, no. 02 (2004): 153-176.
Working Paper
Clements, Steve, Angela Baschieri, Monique Hennink, Nyovani Madise, and Rob Stephenson. "Explaining areal variations in contraceptive use in East Africa." S3RI Applications & Policy Working Paper (2004).
Working Paper
Madise, Nyovani, Zoe Matthews, and Alison Whitworth. "A tale of two continents: Infant death clustering in India and sub-Saharan Africa." S 3 RI Applications Working Paper (2003).
Journal Article
Madise, Nyovani J, Esther M Banda, and Kabwe W Benaya. "Infant mortality in Zambia: socioeconomic and demographic correlates." Biodemography and Social Biology 50, no. 1-2 (2003): 148-166.
Journal Article
Johnson, F A, and N J Madise. "Targeting women at risk of unintended pregnancy in Ghana: Should geography matter?." Sexual \& Reproductive Healthcare 2, no. 1 (2011): 29-35.
Report
Bertrand, Jane T, Janet Rice, Tara M Sullivan, and James Shelton. Skewed method mix: a measure of quality in family planning programs. Chapel Hill, NC, USA: MEASURE Evaluation, Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina, 2000.
Journal Article
Battersby, Jane. "Urban food insecurity in Cape Town, South Africa: An alternative approach to food access." Development Southern Africa 28, no. 4 (2011): 545-0.
Journal Article
Donkor, Ernestina S, and Jane Sandall. "The impact of perceived stigma and mediating social factors on infertility-related stress among women seeking infertility treatment in Southern Ghana." Social Science & Medicine 65, no. 8 (2007): 1683-1694.
Report
Wellington, Edith K, Jane Amponsah, William Bosu, and Agyeman B Akosa. Survey of the implementation of the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) in Ghana. : Ghana Health Service – Health Research Uni, 2007.
Journal Article
Lemon, Anthony, and Jane Battersby- Lennard. "Overcoming the apartheid legacy in Cape Town schools." The Geopphical Review 99, no. 4 (2009): 517-538.
Journal Article
Wickstrom, Jane, and Roy Jacobstein. "Contraceptive security: Incomplete without long-acting and permanent methods of family planning." Studies in Family Planning 42, no. 4 (2011): 291-298.
Journal Article
Chege, Jane Njer, and Ian Askew. "An assessment of community-based family planning programmes in Kenya." Nairobi: Population Council (1997).
Thesis or Dissertation
Oleleparakuo M, Jane. "Mothers' perspectives of female genital mutilation among the Maasai community in Kenya." Bachelor's Thesis, JAMK University of Applied Sciences, School of Health and Social Studies, 2011.
Working Paper
Kabubo-Mariara, Jane, Margaret Karienyeh, and Francis Mwangi. "Child survival, poverty, inequality and policy options: Evidence from Kenya." (2008).
Journal Article
Kabubo-Mariara, Jane, Margaret M Karienyeh, and Francis K Mwangi. "Multidimensional poverty, survival and inequality among Kenyan children." Child Welfare in Developing Countries (2010).
Journal Article
K’Oyugi, Boniface O, and Jane Muita. "The impact of a growing HIV/AIDS epidemic on the Kenyan children." AIDS, public policy and child well-being (2002).
Report
McIntyre, Di, Jane Goudge, Bronwyn Harris, Nonhlanhla Nxumalo, and Moremi Nkosi. Prerequisites for National Health Insurance in South Africa: results of a national household survey. 2009.
Working Paper
Battersby, Jane, and Gareth Haysom. "Africa’s urban food and nutrition transition: A call to action." Consuming Urban Poverty Working Paper No.1 (2016).
Journal Article
Kenway, Jane, and Debbie Epstein. "The Covid-19 conjuncture: Rearticulating the school/home/work nexus." International Studies in Sociology of Education (2021).
Journal Article
Kandala, Ngianga B, Monica A Magadi, and Nyovani J Madise. "An investigation of district spatial variations of childhood diarrhoea and fever morbidity in Malawi." Social Science & Medicine 62, no. 5 (2006): 1138-1152.
Journal Article
Clements, Steve, and Nyovani Madise. "Who is being served least by family planning providers? A study of modern contraceptive use in Ghana, Tanzania and Zimbabwe." African Journal of Reproductive Health (2004).
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