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Nearly six percent of Zambian girls aged 15-19 are living with HIV. Many were infected at birth when antiretroviral therapy (ART) was not widely...
The International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) and Plan International conducted a baseline study in five Asian countries: Cambodia,...
Recognizing the benefits of integrating women across the value chain – such as increased sales and profitability, and enhanced equity- now more than...
Currently, 720 million women alive worldwide were child brides. Child marriage is a violation of human rights and significantly hinders development...
How Ending Gender-Based Violence and Engaging Men and Boys will Contribute to the World’s Next Development Framework
This policy brief presents findings from an expert consultation among Indian government and civil society representatives on gender equality, with a...
As 2015 comes to a close, so do the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). In their wake is a new plan for the next 15 years: The 2030 Agenda for...
In many communities around the world, women continue to lack access to quality family planning services that provide the information, counseling and...
Business training for micro- and small-business owners in developing countries is one of the most common forms of active support provided by...
In most places around the world, girls are now just as likely to be enrolled in primary school as boys. This is, however, not the case for girls in...
Violence against women (VAW) is a global epidemic that infringes on the rights of women and girls and has a devastating impact on their lives,...
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