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November 2020

The Intersectional Impact of GBV, HIV, and COVID-19 Lockdowns: How a Survivor Reclaimed Her Health and Life

2020-11-25T13:11:36+00:00

By Simon Sensalire, Senior Learning and Adaptation Advisor GBV and COVID After a long and winding road to a community in Eastern Uganda, the WI-HER team, through the USAID Social Behavior Change Activity, visited a household to identify [...]

The Intersectional Impact of GBV, HIV, and COVID-19 Lockdowns: How a Survivor Reclaimed Her Health and Life2020-11-25T13:11:36+00:00

Sexual Assault in Nigeria and the VAPP Act

2020-11-25T13:04:32+00:00

By Emiia Okon, Gender, Social Inclusion and Community Engagement Advisor During the 2018 Thomas Reuters Foundation Annual Pool, Nigeria ranked 10th on the list of the most dangerous countries for women. According to the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) report [...]

Sexual Assault in Nigeria and the VAPP Act2020-11-25T13:04:32+00:00

Dr. Taroub Faramand ‘s introduction to 16 days of activism

2020-11-25T12:27:44+00:00

Gender-based violence affects men, women, girls, and boys everywhere. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues across the world, GBV needs to be a part of the discussion, as Dr. Taroub Faramand shares in this video. Over the course [...]

Dr. Taroub Faramand ‘s introduction to 16 days of activism2020-11-25T12:27:44+00:00

Raising Men as Champions for Health

2020-11-04T05:45:07+00:00

By Stella Abah, Gender, Social Inclusion, & Community Engagement Advisor, IHP Kebbi State, Nigeria Engaging men as fathers during pregnancy is a positive entry point to improve reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health (RMNCH) as well as couple relations. Men’s [...]

Raising Men as Champions for Health2020-11-04T05:45:07+00:00

October 2020

IHP Stakeholders’ Orientation Strengthens GBV Referrals in Ebonyi State

2020-10-25T10:28:52+00:00

By: Emilia Okon, IHP Ebonyi Gender, Social Inclusion, and Community Engagement Advisor In April 2020, the USAID Integrated Health Program (IHP), USAID/Nigeria’s flagship service delivery project, started its work in Ebonyi, a state in southeastern Nigeria, to contribute to the [...]

IHP Stakeholders’ Orientation Strengthens GBV Referrals in Ebonyi State2020-10-25T10:28:52+00:00

September 2020

August 2020

Increasing women’s participation in the labor market to improve the GDP

2020-08-08T06:49:02+00:00

Potential gains in GDP from women's labor market participation Brookings Institution estimates by increasing women's labor market participation to the same rate as advanced economies, Africa would gain 44 million more labor market participants. According to Andinet Woldemichael, [...]

Increasing women’s participation in the labor market to improve the GDP2020-08-08T06:49:02+00:00

July 2020

Entrepreneurial women in Jordan leverage the gig economy during COVID

2020-08-08T06:53:50+00:00

Entrepreneurial women in Jordan leverage the gig economy during COVID A scholar of gender and development shares how leveraging the growing gig economy in Jordan can offer one way forward in changing the perceptions of women entering the [...]

Entrepreneurial women in Jordan leverage the gig economy during COVID2020-08-08T06:53:50+00:00

Legal barriers to women’s participation in the labor market

2020-08-11T07:18:06+00:00

Gender Gaps in Economic Participation and Legal Restrictions Data suggests there is a strong relationship between legal restrictions and labor market participation rates for women across countries. This figure from the IMF, based on a sample of almost [...]

Legal barriers to women’s participation in the labor market2020-08-11T07:18:06+00:00
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