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India: Community Partnerships for Safe Motherhood (8/2001)

India: Harnessing the Profit Motive (3/2003)

India: Involving Men in Partnerships for Safe Motherhood (6/2003)

India: Supporting and Training the Village Dais (2/2002)

India: Supportive Supervision for Auxiliary Nurse-Midwives (6/2001)

Philippines: Integrating Family Planning with HIV Prevention for High-Risk Youth (12/2003)

East & Southern Africa

Ethiopia: Strengthening Systems and Services to Prevent Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV (5/2004)

Kenya: Expanding Postabortion Care (8/2001)

Kenya: Linking Family Planning with Postabortion Care (8/2002)

Kenya: Scaling-Up Postabortion Care Services (1/2004)

Uganda: Establishing Adolescent-Friendly Services (5/2001)

Europe & Eurasia

Armenia: Expanding the Role of Nurses and Midwives (1/2003)

Armenia: Improving Providers' Response to Violence against Women (6/2004)

Kyrgyzstan: Increasing the Use of Postabortion Family Planning (11/2003)

Kyrgyzstan: Motivating Providers by Posting Performance Data (4/2004)

Latin America & the Caribbean

Dominican Republic: Community Mapping in Bateyes (12/2001)

Dominican Republic: Involving Communities in Quality Services (11/2002)

El Salvador: Community Health Promoters Provide Family Planning (10/2001)

El Salvador: Young Mothers’ Clubs Promote Reproductive Health (7/2001)

Honduras: Peers Learn from Peers: An Alternative Approach to Supervision (4/2003)

Nicaragua: Mobilizing Communities for Obstetric and Neonatal Emergencies (5/2003)

Paraguay: Client Feedback Helps Providers Improve Services (2/2004)

West & Central Africa

Benin and Mali: Preventing Postpartum Hemorrhage (8/2003)

Ghana: Glasses for Midwives (9/2002)

Ghana: Self-Directed Learning Strengthens Bonds Between Midwives and Adolescents (11/2001)

Mali: Advocacy to End Female Genital Cutting (10/2003)

Rwanda: Keeping Newborns HIV Free (6/2002)

Rwanda: Mutuelles Increase Access to Improved Services (12/2002)

Senegal: Breakthrough Conference on Postabortion Care in Francophone Africa (4/2002)

Senegal: Building a Model for Community-Level Postabortion Care (7/2003)

Senegal: Supportive Supervision for Community-Based Health Workers (3/2004)