Sexual and Reproductive Health Among Ugandan Youth: 2003-04 to 2012

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Crossland, Nadine; Hadden, Wilbur C.; Vargas, William; Valadez, Joseph; Jeffery, Caroline;

Purpose\ud \ud Suboptimal sexual and reproductive health (SRH) increases morbidity, mortality, and gender inequity and slows development. In Uganda, youths represent 20% of the population, and the burden of sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including human immunod... View more
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