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1134 Arrow Publications
Published in 2018
Source: Guttmacher Institute
This fact sheet summarizes the findings of a study titled Unintended Pregnancy and Abortion in India, which provides the first comprehensive estimates of the incidence of abortion and unintended pregnancy and of the provision of induced abortion and postabortion services in Assam, Bihar, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.
Source: World Health Organisation
The primary objective of this guideline is to provide evidence-based recommendations on the safety, effectiveness, feasibility and acceptability of a range of health workers in the delivery of recommended and effective interventions for providing safe abortion and post-abortion care and in providing post-abortion contraception. These recommendations can be adapted to the context of local health […]
Source: Plan International
This report includes voices from hundreds of young people around the world and carries their messages about how climate change affects them, the action necessary to fix it and their right to be part of the solution. Much of this report was written by children and young people based on consultations conducted by them.
Source: Conflict and Health
Sexual violence is recognised as a widespread consequence of armed conflict and other humanitarian crises. The limited evidence in literature on interventions in this field suggests a need for alternatives to traditional review methods, particularly given the challenges of undertaking research in conflict and crisis settings. This study employs a realist review of the literature […]
Source: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
The report highlights progressive social and political forces, including the increasing role of LGBTI groups in advocacy, that are propelling progress towards more widespread acceptance of LGBTI people and recognition of their needs and rights. It explores the factors that are contributing to advances in some countries in areas such as legal recognition and social […]
Source: Reproductive Health
This publication is a cross-sectional survey with a sample of 1381 married and unmarried women young women (15–24 years) from three rural community development blocks in Jharkhand, India, conducted in 2012. The objectives of the study were to assess the young women’s sexual and reproductive health knowledge; describe their health-seeking behaviors; describe young women’s experiences […]
Source: Practical Action Publishing
The book consists of eight chapters, taking readers through the entire research process. The first two chapters are about getting started, providing background to qualitative research and details on how to plan and design a study, together with step-by-step guidance on how to produce a qualitative study protocol. The subsequent four chapters introduce different methods […]
Source: United Nations
This report is aimed at raising awareness of the importance of youth-related, evidence-based and strategic participatory policy making, planning and programming. The current status, challenges and opportunities for the youth of Asia and the Pacific are also highlighted. The report also supports the understanding and practical responses — by governments, civil society, the private sector, […]
Source: World Wide Web Foundation
This study by World Wide Web Foundation explores the extent of the gender gap in access to the internet in order to understand the empowering potential of information and communication technology (ICT) as tools against poverty and gender inequality. The research provides insights on the gender divide in accessibility to the internet as a reflection […]
Source: Meson Press
This reader is a compilation of crowd-sourced digital tools, theoretical concepts, policy questions, case studies, and political analysis, identified by changemakers in their own practices of digital activism in Asia.