Learning about the Gynecological Health of Women, Policy Series No. 2, the Population Council, Cairo, 1994.

This paper addresses the nature and prevalence of gynecological and related morbidities in the community. It examines the determinants of these conditions, as they are related to the social and cultural conditions of women’s lives. It is based upon a study that was undertaken in two villages in the Giza governorate of Egypt to investigate the level of reproductive morbidity among women in this community. The authors outline the multi-factorial determinants that affect the prevalence of the disease conditions and present policy recommendations based upon the findings of the multi-disciplinary research experience.
Author(s): Hind Khattab , Huda Zurayk , Karima Khalil , Nabil Younis  
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