Published on in Vol 6, No 11 (2018): November

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/10190, first published .
Insights From a Text Messaging–Based Sexual and Reproductive Health Information Program in Tanzania (m4RH): Retrospective Analysis

Insights From a Text Messaging–Based Sexual and Reproductive Health Information Program in Tanzania (m4RH): Retrospective Analysis

Insights From a Text Messaging–Based Sexual and Reproductive Health Information Program in Tanzania (m4RH): Retrospective Analysis

Journals

  1. Pima F, Oshosen M, Ngowi K, Habte B, Maro E, Teffera B, Kisigo G, Swai I, Msangi S, Ermias A, Mmbaga B, Both R, Sumari-de Boer M. Feasibility of Using Short Message Service and In-Depth Interviews to Collect Data on Contraceptive Use Among Young, Unmarried, Sexually Active Men in Moshi, Tanzania, and Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Mixed Methods Study With a Longitudinal Follow-Up. JMIR Formative Research 2019;3(2):e12657 View
  2. Ohnishi M, Leshabari S, Tanaka J, Nishihara M. Factors associated with the awareness of contraceptive methods, understanding the prevention of HIV/AIDS and the perception of HIV/AIDS risk among secondary school students in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Journal of Rural Medicine 2020;15(4):155 View
  3. Chukwu E, Gilroy S, Oyeyipo A, Addaquay K, Jones N, Karimu V, Garg L, Dickson K. Formative study of mobile phone usage for family planning amongst young people in Sierra Leone: A global systematic survey (Preprint). JMIR Formative Research 2020 View
  4. Macharia P, Pérez-Navarro A, Inwani I, Nduati R, Carrion C. An Exploratory Study of Current Sources of Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Information in Kenya and Their Limitations: Are Mobile Phone Technologies the Answer?. International Journal of Sexual Health 2021:1 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Kuika Watat J, Moukoko Mbonjo M. Re-imagining Diffusion and Adoption of Information Technology and Systems: A Continuing Conversation. View