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Anita.  Reproductive Health Care Strategy - A Gender Sensitive Approach to Family Welfare. Health For Millions. May-June 1996. Vol 22(3). P.5-7.

Aras, R Y and Nalini, P P. High Fertility: Risk Factor for Carcinoma Cervix. The Journal of Family Welfare. Sept 1995. 41(3).p.48-51.

Bang, Rani and Bang, Abhay. Commentary on a Community-Based Approach to Reproductive Health Care. International Journal of Obstetrics. 1989. Supplement 3 .p.125-129.

Bhate, K and others. Towards An Understanding. IN Search of Our Bodies: A Feminist Look at Women, Health and Reproduction in India. Shakti. June 1987. p.84-102.

Caleb, L E and Townsend, J W. The Lactational Amenorrhoea Method (LAM) for Birth Spacing in Uttar Pradesh, India. Population Council, Operations Research and Technical Assistance Project, 1996.

Gangoli, G. Reproduction, Abortion and Women's Health. Social Scientist. 26(11-12) Nov-Dec 1998 p. 83-105.

Kabra, S G. Reproductive Health Care For Women: A Saga of Excess, Exploitation and Violation.
Issues in Medical Ethics. April-June 1997. 5(2).p.47-48.

Kar, R K. Reproductive health behavior of the Nocte women in Arunachal PradeshSocial Change. Decemberl993. 23(4).p.40-52.

Karkal, Malini. Reproductive Health and Women: A review of literature. Radical Journal and Health. 1996.2(1).P.54-67.

Karkal, Malini. Reproductive Rights and Reproductive Health of Women. IN Studies in Social Demography. Edited by J.P.Singh. M.D.Publication Pvt Ltd, New Delhi.p.342.

Karkal, Malini. Target Free Approach (TFA) and Reproductive and Child Health (RCH) as Population Policy. Paper Presented at VIIIth National Conference of Women's Studies, 30th May to 2nd June 1998, SNDT University, Pune, Maharashtra.

Khan, Irfan and Praful Malick. Selected readings in family planning and reproductive health. Social Change. Sept-Dec 1994, 24(3 & 4).p.180-190.

Mosse, Julia Cleves and Cassels, Andrew. Reproductive and Child Health in India: a Health Systems Development Agenda. Social Change. Sep-Dec 1996. 26(3-4).p. 6-13.

Nagi, B S and Singh, Ravendra. Reproductive Health of ST and SC Women. Social Change. Sept-Dec 1996. 26(3 & 4).p.197-207.

Pachauri, S. Defining a Reproductive Health Package for India: A Proposed Framework. IN  Gender, Population and Development /Edited by Maithreeji Krishnaraj; Ratna M. Sudarshan; Abusaleh Shariff. Oxford University Press. 1998. P.310-339.

Pachauri, Saroj. Unmet Reproductive and Sexual Health Needs in South Asia. The Journal of Family Welfare. Journal of Health & Population in Developing Countries. 1998.1(2).p.29-39.

Patel, Bella C. and Khan, M E. Reproductive Health Problems of Women in Rural Uttar Pradesh: Observations from a Community Survey. Social Change. Sept-Dec 1996. 26(3-4).p.245-270.

Qadeer, Imrada. Reproductive Health: A Public Health Perspective. Economic and Political Weekly. Oct 10, 1998. 33(41).p.2675-2684.

Ramanathan, M. Reproductive Health Index: Measuring Reproduction or Reproductive Health?
Economic and Political Weekly. 33(49). Dec, 5-11, 1998. P. 3104-3107.

Ravi K and others. Cultural Perceptions and Categorization of Male Sexual Health Problems by Practitioners and Men in a Mumbai Slum Population. Report by International Institute for Population Sciences, Deonar, Mumbai.

Sciortino, Rosalia. The Challenge of Addressing Gender in Reproductive Health Programs: Examples From Indonesia. Reproductive Health Matters. May 1998.6(11).p.33-43.

Sokhi, Sangeeta Subramanian. Rural Women Take Reproductive Health Matters into Their Own Hands: Rural Women's Social Education Center. Series on Upscaling Innovations in Reproductive Health in Aisa, No.1. The International Council of Management of Population Programmes. p. iv,51.

Swaminathan, P. Reproductive Health from a 'Women and Work' Perspective: Issues for Consideration. Women on Track. Women's Health Studies Research Centre. July 1998. No.5.

Varghese, M. RCH in the Context of Women's Health. Health for the Millions. May-June 1998. p. 16-17.

Verma, R K. Reproductive Health Issues: Focus on Men. IASSI Quarterly. Vol 16(3 & 4). 1997. p.172-182.

Who Regional Office - S. E. Asia: Reproductive Health in South-East Asia. A Report prepared by WHO Regional Office of S.E.Asia. 1997.

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