Gender perspectives improve reproductive health outcomes: new evidence.

@inproceedings{Rottach2009GenderPI,
  title={Gender perspectives improve reproductive health outcomes: new evidence.},
  author={Elisabeth Rottach and David J. Schuler and Karen Hardee},
  year={2009}
}
The examples provided in this publication include experiences of organizations beyond USAID. This publication does not provide official USAID guidance but rather presents examples of innovative approaches for integrating gender into reproductive health and HIV programs that may be helpful in responding to the Agency requirements for incorporating gender considerations in program planning. For official USAID guidance on gender considerations, readers should refer to USAID's Automated Directive… CONTINUE READING

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