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Publication Gender and HIV Key Populations: A Summary of Evidence-Based Interventions
MEASURE Evaluation (2019)
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Publication Use of HIV prevention services in the East Africa Cross-Border Integrated Health Study, 2016
A. Virkud, J. Edwards, M. Markiewicz, G. Mulholland, P. Arimi (2018)
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Publication Development of a Nationally Coordinated Evaluation Plan for the Ghana National Strategy for Key Populations
Reynolds HW, Atuahene K, Sutherland E, Amenyah R, Kwao ID, Larbi ET (2014)
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Publication Binge Drinking among Men Who Have Sex with Men and Transgender Women in San Salvador: Correlates and Sexual Health Implications
Peacock E, Andrinopoulos K, Hembling J (2015)
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Publication Trafficking and Health: A Systematic Review of Research Methods
Cannon AC, Arcara J, Graham LM, Macy RJ (2016)
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Publication Estimating sizes of key populations at the national level: considerations for study design and analysis
Edwards, Jessie K; Hileman, Sarah; Donastorg, Yeycy; Zadrozny, Sabrina; Baral, Stefan; Hargreaves, James R; Fearon, Elizabeth; Zhao, Jinkou; Datta, Abhirup; Weir, Sharon S (2018)
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Publication Reaching key populations through key venues: Insights from the Jamaica HIV Prevention Program
Sharon S. Weir , J. Peter Figueroa, Marion Scott, Lovette Byfield, Carol Jones Cooper, Marcia C. Hobbs (2018)
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Gender In Series
MEASURE Evaluation’s Gender In Series explores the implications of gender on various technical area data and suggest indicators to reveal and explain gender gaps in health outcomes.
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Key Populations
MEASURE Evaluation has worked for more than a decade with ministries of health and global partners to improve how data is collected and used to improve prevention services for key populations and link them to care when needed.
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For more than a decade, MEASURE Evaluation has been one of the partners working in Jamaica to help strengthen the country’s monitoring and evaluation system.
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