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The Role of Reproductive Health Knowledge in the Prevalence of Nonconsensual Sex in Rural Western Kenya
In developing countries characterized by traditional gender roles in the context of women’s very limited economic and social power, the issue of nonconsensual sex is even more complex than in cultures where women have ...
The Effect of Age and Gender on the Prevalence and Severity of Hypertension in Rural Western Kenya
In order to effectively lessen the drastically increasing morbidity of hypertension in sub-Saharan Africa, new prevalences must be calculated and the causes and aggravating factors of this disease must be more completely ...
Approaching Barriers to Health Center Deliveries in Rural Western Kenya from a Liberation Theology Perspective: A Community-Based Needs Assessment
Maternal health services play a vital role in optimizing pregnancy outcomes, especially for high-risk women in developing countries. In order to understand why few women utilize such services, extensive interviews were ...