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Teacher’s Perception Regarding Basic Education Addressing Reproductive Health: Curricula, Materials and Methods Used-Edduiem-2011.

Teacher’s Perception Regarding Basic Education Addressing Reproductive Health: Curricula, Materials and Methods Used-Edduiem-2011.

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Title: Teacher’s Perception Regarding Basic Education Addressing Reproductive Health: Curricula, Materials and Methods Used-Edduiem-2011.
Author: Hassan, Badr Eldin
Abstract: The Government of Sudan, through the Federal Ministry of Health, has recognized reproductive health (RH) as a high priority to improve family health status. The present available indicators for RH in the country are mainly: maternal mortality rate (509 per 100,000 live births). Infant Mortality rate (68 per 1000 live births), contraceptive prevalence rate (7%), and total fertility rate (5.9%), show that there are a lot to be done in the country to improve the RH situation and achieve the targets of the Millennium Development Goals (FMOH, 2010).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/7641
Date: 2015-03-29


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