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2021-11-13A cross-sectional study of COVID-19 impacts in culturally and linguistically diverse communities in greater Western Sydney, Australia.Mude, W; Meru, C; Njue, C; Fanany, R
2019A Situational Analysis of Female Genital Mutilation in Sri LankaNjue, C
2021-08-04Addressing Female Genital Mutilation in Africa and the Middle East: Ways forward for ResearchDawson, A; Njue, C
2022-03-16Audit of documentation accompanying referred maternity cases to a referral hospital in northern Ghana: a mixed-methods study.Ameyaw, EK; Amoah, RM; Njue, C; Tran, NT; Dawson, A
2017Bettina Shell-Duncan, Carolyne Njue and Zhuzhi Moore“ The Medicalisation of Female Genital Mutilation /Cutting: What do the Data Reveal?” February 2017,” Evidence to End FGM/C: Research to Help Women Thrive. New York: Population Council. March 2017.Njue, C; Shell-Duncan, B; Moore, Z
2021-11-07Commentary: What should referral pathways have to improve healthcare experiences of women with female genital mutilation in Australia?Njue, C; Ameyaw, EK; Ahinkorah, BO; Seidu, A-A; Kimani, S
2020-11-07Do educated women in Sierra Leone support discontinuation of female genital mutilation/cutting? Evidence from the 2013 Demographic and Health Survey.Ameyaw, EK; Yaya, S; Seidu, A-A; Ahinkorah, BO; Baatiema, L; Njue, C
2021-10-06Effects of antenatal care visits and health facility delivery on women's choice to circumcise their daughters in sub-Saharan Africa: evidence from demographic and health surveys.Ahinkorah, BO; Ameyaw, EK; Seidu, A-A; Njue, C
2021-10-06Effects of antenatal care visits and health facility delivery on women’s choice to circumcise their daughters in sub-Saharan Africa: evidence from demographic and health surveysNjue, C; Ahinkorah, BO; Ameyaw, E; Seidu, A-A
2017Esho T., Karumbi J., and Njue C. January 2017. “Rapid Evidence Assessment: Quality of Studies Assessing Interventions to Support FGM/C Abandonment.” Evidence to End FGM/C Programme: Research to Help Girls and Women Thrive. New York: Population Council. March 2017Njue, C; Esho, T; Karumbi, J
2017Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting: sharing data and experiences to accelerate eradication and improve care: part 2Shell-Duncan, B; Njue, C; Muteshi-Stratchan, J
2015-01-01Findings of an evaluation of community and school-based reproductive health and HIV prevention programs in KenyaNjue, C; Voeten, HACM; Ohuma, E; Looman, C; Habbema, DF; Askew, I
2021-12-15Geographical Access to Child and Family Healthcare Services and Hospitals for Africa-Born Migrants and Refugees in NSW, Australia; A Spatial Study.Njue, C; Nicholas, N; Robertson, H; Dawson, A
2020-01HIV/AIDS knowledge and attitudes assessment among women of child-bearing age in South Sudan: Findings from a Household Survey.Mude, W; Oguoma, VM; Gesesew, HA; Ameyaw, EK; Njue, C; Nyanhanda, T; Adeleye, AO; Dune, T; Kaambwa, B; Mwanri, L
2021-12-10Impact of COVID-19 on maternal healthcare in Africa and the way forward.Ameyaw, EK; Ahinkorah, BO; Seidu, A-A; Njue, C
2021-10-29Is improvement in indicators of women's empowerment associated with uptake of WHO recommended IPTp-SP levels in sub-Saharan Africa? A multilevel approach.Ameyaw, EK; Njue, C; Amoah, RM; Appiah, F; Baatiema, L; Ahinkorah, BO; Seidu, A-A; Ganle, JK; Yaya, S
2016Kimani S., Muteshi J., and Njue C. Health Impact of FGM/C: A Synthesis of the Evidence and implication for health system strengthening. Evidence to End FGM/C Programme: Research to Help Girls and Women Thrive. New York: Population Council. October, 2016.Njue, C; Muteshi, J; Kimani, S
2017-09-15Medicalization of Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting: what do the data reveal?Shell-Duncan, B; Njue, C; Muteshi, J
2021-10-28Models of Maternal Healthcare for African refugee women in High-Income Countries: A Systematic Review.Njue, C; Sharmin, S; Dawson, A
2014Njue C., Voeten HACM, Ohuma E., Looman C., HAbbema D.F, & I. Askew. Findings of an evaluation of community and school-based reproductive health and HIV prevention programs in Kenya. African Population Studies 29(2), 2014,1934-1953.Njue, C; Voeten, HACM; Ohuma, E; Habbema, DF; Askew, I