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- DocumentBritish Council, 2012This report provides a comprehensive view of gender in Nigeria. It assesses progress in key areas, including: employment and livelihoods, education and health, political representation, and violence. It finds that women and girls suffer systematic disadvantage and discrimination that is magnified for those in the poorest States and sectors of society.DocumentInternational Women's Health Coalition, 2012This is a draft working paper on sexual and reproductive health and rights in the context of the post-2015 framework. Universal health insurance is a critical factor in achieving health coverage because of the role it can play in providing financial protection against expensive health costs.DocumentAlan Guttmacher Institute, 2012This report examines the processes that followed passage of abortion law reforms in Cambodia, Colombia, Ethiopia, Mexico City, Nepal and South Africa.DocumentAsia Pacific Coalition on Male Sexual Health, 2012HIV prevention for Men who have Sex with Men (MSM) has largely focused on ensuring HIV negative MSM (MSM-) remain negative.DocumentAction on Disability and Development, 2012In Bangladesh women do not have the same level of protection from human rights violations as men, for disabled women the situation is even worse and they continue to experience severe deprivation and sexual abuse. Although women are being included more in international development work – disabled women are still largely ignored.Document
Brief on the global campaign to engage men as caregiving partners to promote better maternal health and sexual and reproductive health, reduce gender-based violence and promote child development and economic empowerment for womenPromundo, 2012Of all the topics discussed in engaging men in gender equality, the issue of men and caregiving, including men’s involvement in maternal health, remains conspicuously absent and underexplored.Document2010Poverty and ill health affect both men and women. However, the problems get compounded for women for many reasons like lack of resources, decisionmaking, etc... This paper examines some of the National Health Programmes and the gender component associated with these programmes.DocumentUnited Nations Population Fund, 2010This report summarizes the proceedings and recommendations of the “Delivering as One on Violence against Women: From Intent to Action” Global Consultation that was held on 3-4 November 2010 in New York City and coordinated by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).DocumentThe Global Forum on MSM & HIV, 2010This policy brief includes the following sections: - key challenges to HIV prevention with MSM (men who have sex with men). - contemporary approaches to HIV prevention with MSM. - what global institutions are recommending. - MSM front and center.Document
Understanding and challenging stigma toward men who have sex with men: Cambodia edition - toolkit for actionInternational Center for Research on Women, USA, 2010In Cambodia, HIV infection is concentrated among key populations at higher risk, including MSM.