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Publication Monitoring the Integration of Family Planning and HIV Services: Indicators Both to Measure Progress toward the 90-90-90 Targets and Ensure the Reproductive Rights of All Women
MEASURE Evaluation (2016)
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Publication The Links between Women’s Property and Inheritance Rights and HIV in Rural Tanzania
MEASURE Evaluation (2017)
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Publication Women's television watching and reproductive health behavior in Bangladesh
Rahman M, Curtis SL, Chakraborty N, Jamil K (2017)
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Publication Availability of family planning services and quality of counseling by faith-based organizations: a three country comparative analysis
Barden-O'Fallon J (2017)
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Publication A review of measures of women’s empowerment and related gender constructs in family planning and maternal health program evaluations in low- and middle-income countries
Mandal M, Muralidharan A, Pappa S (2017)
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Publication Gender and Groundnut Value Chains in Eastern Province, Zambia
MEASURE Evaluation (2018)
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Publication Women’s Property and Inheritance Rights and HIV in Farming Communities around Lake Victoria, Northwestern Tanzania – A Quantitative Analysis
Shoki P, Nyenga C, Kasongi D (2017)
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International Women’s Day
We asked two of our gender experts to talk about their work and the differences they see in attention paid to women in developing countries.
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Getting gender into your science means more than “add women and stir”
By Jessica Fehringer, PhD. Gender integration includes consideration of the gender constraints that shape health-seeking behavior and health outcomes for men and women.
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Mass bed net distribution campaigns reduce health disparities across sub-Saharan Africa
By Courtney Chiaparas. In Asia and Africa, women and children are especially vulnerable to malaria. A study in Africa shows mass bed net campaigns are reducing health disparities across the region.
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