Poverty, Gender, and Youth.

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Abdel-Tawab, Nahla, Khaled El-Sayed, and Sarah Ismail. "Transition from community education to formal schooling: Ishraq program experience [Arabic]." Cairo: Population Council.

Abdel-Tawab, Nahla, Sally Saher, and Nora El Nawawi. 2013. "Breaking the silence: Learning about youth sexual and reproductive health in Egypt," report. Cairo: Population Council.

"The adolescent experience in-depth: Using data to identify and reach the most vulnerable young people--Rwanda 2010." New York: Population Council, 2013.

Blanc, Ann K. "Excess risk of maternal mortality in adolescent mothers," The Lancet Global Health 2(4): e201.

Bongaarts, John. "Demographic aspects of population policies," in Bruce Jennings (ed.), Bioethics, 4th Edition. Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan Reference USA.

--. "How exceptional is the pattern of fertility decline in sub-Saharan Africa?" United Nations Population Division Expert Paper No. 2013/4. New York: United Nations.

"Building evidence on effective programs to delay marriage and support married girls in Africa," Brief, July. Addis Ababa: Population Council.

Engebretsen, Sarah. 2013. "Etude de suivi des adolescentes migrantes employees de maison ayant participe a la premiere cohorte du programme Filles eveillees," Rapport technique. New York: Population Council.

--. 2013. "Evaluation de Filles eveillees : Programme pilote pour adolescentes migrantes employees de maison," Rapport evaluation. New York: Population Council.

Jejeebhoy, Shireen J., P.M. Kulkarni, K.G. Santhya, and Firoza Mehrotra. Population and Reproductive Health in India: An Assessment of the Current Situation and Future Needs. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.

Jejeebhoy, Shireen J., K.G. Santhya, and Rajib Acharya. "Violence against women in South Asia: The need for the active engagement of the health sector," Global Public Health 9(6): 678-690.

McDonald, Robert I., Katherine Weber, Julie Padowski, Mark R. Montgomery, et al. "Water on an urban planet: Urbanization and the reach...

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