WHARC’s October 2013 Update – Support our campaign; Research on family planning and STD prevention

Subscribe to WHARC’s Newsletter, WHARC Monthly Updates, click here. In this month’s newsletter WHARC’s Campaign: Support Young People’s Health Original Research: STD Prevalence Amongst Female Sex Workers in Urban Nigeria Original Research: Impact of Family Planning on School Enrollment in Sub-Saharan … Read more

Table of Content for AJRH September 2013 Edition

Hard copies of the Vol. 17 (3) of the African Journal of Reproductive Health (AJRH), September 2013 edition is in currently in print.  It consists of 17 articles which covers a range of topics affecting the sexual and reproductive health of women … Read more

Understanding current set-back in HIV/AIDS prevention

See also Quick Facts on HIV/AIDS & STIs By Friday Okonofua Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of Benin, Member Board of Trustees, WHARC   Recent evidence suggests that HIV/AIDS remains an unsettling conundrum in Nigeria.  Despite the efforts that … Read more

AJRH Invitation for Manuscripts for a Special Edition

The African Journal of Reproductive Health Invites scholars and authors to submit articles for consideration for publication in a special edition of the journal in December 2013 that will focus on HIV/AIDS for the Volume17 Number 4 (Special Edition) to … Read more

Worries over spread of HIV/AIDS among Nigerian Youths.

January, 23, 2013, Benin-City, Edo-State. The Women’s Health and Action Research Centre (WHARC) publisher of African Journal of Reproductive Health (AJRH) in collaboration with Centre for Population and Environmental Development (CPED) held a presentation of the special edition of AJRH … Read more

Young people bear highest burden of HIV/AIDS.

Director General of the National Agency for the Control of AIDS (NACA), Prof. John Idoko, has said that the burden of human immunodeficiency virus infection/ Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS) is higher among young people when compared with other age groups … Read more