Authors: Taroub Harb Faramand, Allison Annette Foster, Kelly Dale, Kate Roberts, Megan Ivankovich, Maddison Leigh Hall, Morgan Mickle, and Tisa Barrios Wilson
Statistics from Nigeria – particularly on maternal and child mortality, malaria, HIV/AIDS, and TB burden – highlight the country’s pervasive poverty, rampant inequality, lack of education, and insufficient access to services, among other gaps in education and health services in the north-east of the country. In support of improved health outcomes in Bauchi State, this review examines the health status of women, men, girls, and boys – along with social, economic, and political factors – and offers recommendations on how to address gender and social inclusion considerations, particularly as they relate to health care and related health and social factors.
Faramand, T.H., Foster, A.A., Dale, K., Roberts, K., Ivankovich, M., Hall, M. L., & Barrios Wilson, T. (2020). Desk review on gender and social inclusion issues affecting the USAID Integrated Health Program in Bauchi State, Nigeria. Palladium International, LLC and WI-HER, LLC.