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900 Arrow Publications
Published in 2017
Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) opens the door for sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) agenda to move forward on the global stage; in line with recent developments, this edition provides an up-to-date primer on universal access to Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) and universality of Sexual and Reproductive Rights (SRR); […]
The current paper examines the issues and challenges facing the increasingly larger youth population of the world, especially those pertaining their sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and comprehensive sexuality education (CSE). As young people face legacy problems such as vulnerability to disease, female genital mutilation and early and child marriage, normative assumptions about […]
Source: Women’s Refugee Commission
This report presents findings from a review of the literature on how vulnerability- and resilience-based approaches are applied to address the protection of women, children and youth with disabilities affected by the Syrian crisis, as well as findings from pilot projects conducted by the Women’s Refugee Commission with operational partners in Iraq and Lebanon. Based […]
Using survey data collected in rural Ghana during the 1980s, this study examines whether a woman’s interest in fertility regulation and contraception is influenced by the education of other women in her community. The finding suggests that female education has a greater capacity to introduce novel reproductive ideas and behaviors into rural areas of Africa and […]
Source: Calicut Medical Journal
Maximum misconceptions about nutrition revolve around pregnancy; affecting a vital period in human lifecycle. This study aims to explore food taboos during pregnancy among the rural population of Pondicherry. A cross sectional study was conducted among 339 adults in a village under the Rural Health Centre of Community Medicine Department of AV Medical College at […]
Source: EngenderHealth, UNFPA
Using qualitative methods, the study sought to identify and understand the needs, gaps and barriers to access and use of SRH services from the perspectives of stakeholders, including HIV positive women and adolescent girls.
Source: UNAIDS Inter-agency Task Team on Young People
This report is an attempt to rise to the challenge by providing systematic reviews of the evidence for policies and programmes to decrease HIV prevalence among young people, as a contribution towards achieving universal access to prevention, treatment and care and attaining the Millennium Development Goal on AIDS.
Source: Singapore Med J
This study aimed to qualitatively explore adolescents’ sexuality and their relation to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) risk in Malaysia.
Source: Overseas Development Institute
Year 3 research aimed to deepen our understanding of whether and how key national policies on gender, education and adolescents recognise the importance of discriminatory social norms and express commitment to addressing these; explore how selected communications initiatives translate such policy commitments into projects or programmes that address discriminatory gender norms, attitudes and practices around […]
Source: Journal of Health Management
In this article, the author analyses recent South African sex education and Life Orientation (a learning area containing sex education) manuals. Danger and disease feature as guiding metaphors for these manuals, with early reproduction and abortion being depicted as wholly deleterious and non-normative relationships leading to disease.