Alastair Ager

Lindsay Stark1
Charles A Uzondu1
Julia Zhu1
Heidi Lehmann1
1Lindsay Stark
1Charles A Uzondu
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INTRODUCTION Nigeria has one of the highest maternal mortality ratios in the world. Poor health outcomes are linked to weak health infrastructure, barriers to service access, and consequent low rates of service utilization. In the northern state of Jigawa, a pilot study was conducted to explore the feasibility of deploying resident female Community Health(More)
  • Barbara Lopes Cardozo, Carol Gotway Crawford, Cynthia Eriksson, Julia Zhu, Miriam Sabin, Alastair Ager +7 others
  • 2012
BACKGROUND International humanitarian aid workers providing care in emergencies are subjected to numerous chronic and traumatic stressors. OBJECTIVES To examine consequences of such experiences on aid workers' mental health and how the impact is influenced by moderating variables. METHODOLOGY We conducted a longitudinal study in a sample of(More)
BACKGROUND This paper reports on the use of a "neighborhood method" to measure the nature and incidence of violence against women and girls in post-conflict Liberia. METHODS The study population comprised females in Montserrado and Nimba counties. Study participants were randomly selected for interviews using multi-stage cluster sampling. 30 clusters of(More)
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