Ensuring Education Benefits Girls to the Full: Synergies between Education, Gender Equality, HIV, and Sexual and Reproductive Health

Publish Year : 2012
Publisher : Population Council
Author Name : Haberland N.
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Description :

This paper discusses the links between education, gender equality, HIV prevention, and sexual and reproductive health. It acknowledges that these connections are widely recognized and utilized in public health programming, but that there is also a need for more combined efforts to design programs to ensure these links better reinforce one another and work more effectively to create an enabling environment for girls to prosper.  

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