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Gender Data Sheds Light on Vulnerable Populations in Zambia
When policymakers get access to gender-related data to inform national health strategies, as well as program development and implementation, health outcomes for vulnerable populations improve.
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Girls are counting on us to count them
MEASURE Evaluation is a leader in the field of gender-sensitive monitoring and evaluation (M&E) by increasing the capacity of individuals and organizations to collect, analyze, and use gender-sensitive health information for better program and policy decision making at local, national, and global levels.
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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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Data crucial for effective HIV response: Four podcasts from MEASURE Evaluation
Stigma, geography, size estimation, and gender: Four brief podcasts from our experts on developing the tools needed to reach global 90-90-90 goals and stem the tide of HIV transmission.
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Factors that Affect Collection and Use of Sex- and Age-Disaggregated Data
MEASURE Evaluation has released three publications to help donors, governments, and groups working on health information systems to better understand factors that affect collection and use of sex- and age-disaggregated data.
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Can Analysis of Tweets Inform Interventions to Prevent Gender-Based Violence?
MEASURE Evaluation recently explored the feasibility of using large social media datasets to track changes in attitudes on gender norms regarding sexual relationships between younger women and older men and attitudes on gender-based violence against women and girls.
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Tools for Gender-Based Violence Data
High-quality data are essential for a country to get an accurate picture of how gender-based violence (GBV) is affecting its population—as is true with any public health issue.
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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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Waves of Opportunity from Big Data, and the Wake of Questions Left Unanswered
By Brittany Iskarpatyoti, MPH. Big data was a key topic at the American Evaluation Association annual meeting, including the questions it raises.
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End Malaria for All
By Brittany Iskarpatyoti, MPH. A blog post explains why a focus on gender equity in anti-malaria programming and policies is fundamental to controlling, eliminating, and eradicating the disease.
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