Equality for Women and Girls

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Publications

Adolescent and youth sexual and reproductive health and rights (AYSRHR) initiatives with and by young people are burgeoning around the world. They are creative and encouraging, but also fragmented and poorly documented. Findings from the youth investment, engagement, leadership and development (YIELD) project are documented in a report titled Young People Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health:… Read More »

Global Early Adolescence

A collaboration between the World Health Organization and John Hopkins University, this longitudinal study spanned 15 countries, with experts around the world attempting to understand the factors in early adolescence (such as sexual health, mental health, empowerment, school retention) that predispose young people to sexual health risks. For more information about the study, please find… Read More »

Guttmacher Institute- Guateala Sexuality Report

De la Normativa a la Práctica: la Política y el Currículo de Educación en Sexualidad y su Implementación en Guatemala, June 2017.
Additional reports from the Guttmacher Institute can be found here…. Read More »

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Expanding on the results outlined in the Million’s Learning Report, the Millions Learning Case Studies provide a more in-depth look at 12 of the programs from the previous report… Read More »

This report provides a global overview of men’s contributions to parenting and caregiving. It is intended to provide a periodic, data-driven snapshot of four issues related to fatherhood: unpaid care work in the home; STH and rights; and maternal, newborn and child health through their countries existing health systems…. Read More »

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A collaborative study prepared by ICRW and the World Bank, The Economic Impacts of Child Marriage explores the negative impacts of the practice of child marriage  and its associated economic costs. The study looks at five domains of impacts: (i) fertility and population growth; (ii) health, nutrition, and violence; (iii) educational attainment and learning; (iv)… Read More »