Citations

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Conference Paper
Yeatman, Sara E, and Jenny Trinitapoli. "Beyond denomination: New tests of whether and how religion matters for family planning." Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America. New York, USA, June, 2007.
Journal Article
Yeatman, Sarah E, and Jenny Trinitapoli. "Beyond denomination: The relationship between religion and family planning in rural Malawi." Demographic research 19, no. 55 (2008): 1851-0.
Journal Article
Piwoz, Ellen, Sandra Huffman, Diane Lusk, Elizabeth Zehner, and Chloe O’Gara. "Issues, risks and challenges of early breastfeeding cessation to reduce postnatal transmission of HIV in Africa." SARA Project (2001).
Journal Article
Angotti, Nicole, Agatha Bula, Lauren Gaydosh, Eitan Z Kimchi, Rebecca L Thornton, and Sara E Yeatman. "Increasing the acceptability of HIV counseling and testing with three C's: convenience, confidentiality and credibility." Social Science \& Medicine 68, no. 12 (2009): 2263-2270.
Journal Article
Lugina, Helen I, Kyllike Christensson, Siriel Massawe, Lennarth Nystrom, and Gunilla Lindmark. "Change in maternal concerns during the 6 weeks postpartum period: a study of primiparous mothers in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania." Journal of Midwifery \& Women’s Health 46, no. 4 (2001): 248-257.
Journal Article
Sunguya, Bruno, Krishna Poudel, Keiko Otsuka, Junko Yasuoka, Linda Mlunde, David Urassa, Namala Mkopi, and Masamine Jimba. "Undernutrition among HIV-positive children in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania: antiretroviral therapy alone is not enough." BMC public health 11, no. 1 (2011): 869-0.
Thesis or Dissertation
Ramadhani, Fatima. "Midwives’ competency for implementation of active management of third stage of labor in Dar es salaam municipal hospitals, Tanzania." Master of Critical care and Trauma in Nursing, Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences , 2011.
Working Paper
Piwoz, Ellen, Sandra Huffman, Diane Lusk, Elizabeth Zehner, and Chloe O’Gara. "Early breastfeeding cessation as an option for reducing postnatal transmission of HIV-in Africa." Issues, risks and challenges. Washington: SARA Project, The Academy for Educational Development (2001).
Journal Article
Barden-O'Fallon, Janine L, Joseph de Graft-Johnson, Thomas Bisika, Sara Sulzbach, Aimee Benson, and Amy O Tsui. "Factors associated with HIV/AIDS knowledge and risk perception in rural Malawi." AIDS and Behavior 8, no. 2 (2004): 131-140.
Conference Paper
Leone, Tiziana, Ernestina Coast, and Sara Randall. "Did you sleep here last night? The impact of the household definition in sample surveys: a Tanzanian case study." European Population Conference. Vienna, Austria, September, 2010.
Journal Article
LeGrand, Thomas, Todd Koppenhaver, Nathalie Mondain, and Sara Randall. "Reassessing the Insurance Effect: A Qualitative Analysis of Fertility Behavior in Senegal and Zimbabwe." Population and Development Review 29, no. 3 (2003): 375-403.
Journal Article
Erdmann, Friederike, Danuta Kielkowski, Sara J Schonfeld, Patricia Kellett, Martin Stanulla, Caroline Dickens, Peter Kaatsch, Elvira Singh, and Joachim Schüz. "Childhood cancer incidence patterns by race, sex and age for 2000–2006: A report from the South African National Cancer Registry." International Journal of Cancer 136, no. 11 (2015): 2628-2639.
Journal Article
Azzarri, Carlo, and Sara Signorelli. "Climate and poverty in Africa South of the Sahara." World Development (2020).
Journal Article
Zimmerman, Annie, Crick Lund, Ricardo Araya, Philipp Hessel, Juliana Sanchez, Emily Garman, Sara Evans-Lacko, Yadira Diaz, and Mauricio Avendano-Pabon. "The relationship between multidimensional poverty, income poverty and youth depressive symptoms: cross-sectional evidence from Mexico, South Africa and Colombia." BMJ Global Health 7, no. 1 (2022).
Report
Hunt, Abigail, Emma Samman, Sherry Tapfuma, Grace Mwaura, Rhoda Omenya, Kay Kim, Sara Stevano, and Aida Roumer. Women in the gig economy: Paid work, care and flexibility in Kenya and South Africa. London, UK: Overseas Development Institute, 2019.
Report
Branson, Nicola, Samantha Culligan, and Sara Tonini. What and where you study matters in the labour market. Cape Town: SALDRU.
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