Reproductive Health

Midterm Performance Evaluation of the Fistula Care Plus Project: Looking Back and Projecting Forward

Author: Caro, D., Arrowsmith, S. | Publication Date: 2017/02
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The Fistula Care Plus (FC+) Project is a five-year global project supported by the USAID Offices of Population and Reproductive Health, and Maternal and Child Health and Nutrition. The project is designed to prevent, detect, and treat obstetric fistula. The purpose of this evaluation is to identify strengths and weaknesses […] Continue reading

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Midterm Evaluation of the Fistula Care Project

Fistula Care (FC) assists countries in strengthening the capacity of surgeons and hospitals to provide fistula repair. It also works to help countries increase access to and timely use of emergency obstetrical care; increase understanding about abstract fistula and the steps to prevent it; provide support to women for social […] Continue reading

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Gender-Based Violence and Family Planning Services in Bolivia: A Review of the Evidence through the Lens of the Demographic Health Survey and the Health Policy Initiative Avances de Paz Project

The purpose of this assessment is to ascertain whether GBV presents a barrier to the demand/use of FP/RH services and to explore whether stand-alone GBV interventions such as Avances de Paz have the potential to increase uptake of FP/RH services by addressing the common root causes of GBV and low […] Continue reading

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A Manual for Integrating Gender into Reproductive Health and HIV Programs: From Commitment to Action (2nd edition)

Author: Caro, D. | Publication Date: 2009
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The major activities of the IGWG are gender capacity-building, advocacy, and the development of operational tools (see a complete listing of IGWG products, services, and contacts in Appendix 3 or at www.igwg.org). This Manual is a companion to the Guide for Incorporating Gender Considerations in USAID’s Family Planning and Reproductive […] Continue reading

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Manual de Integración de una Perspectiva de Género en Programas de Salud Reproductiva y VIH: del compromiso a la acción

Author: Caro, D. | Publication Date: 2005
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El enfoque principal del IGWG ha sido la educación relativa a género, la abogacía y la elaboración de instrumentos prácticos (véase una lista completa de los productos, servicios e información de contacto del IGWG en el Apéndice 3). Este Manual de Integración de una Perspectiva de Género se elaboró como […] Continue reading

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Manuel d’intégration du genre dans les programmes de santé de la reproduction et de lutte contre le VIH : de l’engagement a l’action

Author: Caro, D. | Publication Date: 2005
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L’IGWG s’est concentré sur l’éducation, le plaidoyer et la formulation d’outils opérationnels (voir la liste complète des produits, des services et des coordonnées de l’IGWG dans l’Appendice 3). Le présent Manuel d’intégration du genre a été rédigé pour être utilisé avec le Guide for Incorporating Gender Considerations in USAID’s Family […] Continue reading

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Out to Purpose Review of the Initiative for Maternal Mortality Assessment (IMMPACT) Program

A Manual for Integrating Gender into Reproductive Health and HIV Programs: From Commitment to Action

Author: Caro, D. | Publication Date: 2005
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A major focus of the IGWG has been on gender education, advocacy, and the development of operational tools (see a complete listing of IGWG products, services, and contact information in Appendix 3). This Gender Integration Manual was developed as a companion to the Guide for Incorporating Gender Considerations in USAID’s […] Continue reading

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Evaluation of the Averting Maternal Death and Disability (AMDD) Program

In 1999, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation awarded a five-year grant to the Joseph L. Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University for a program titled “Averting Maternal Death and Disability (AMDD).” The program aims to reduce maternal mortality and morbidity by focusing on critical emergency obstetric care […] Continue reading

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