The publication presents a collection of articles presented at the Dialogue on Reproductive Health, Gender and Human Rights organized at the World Bank on December 8th 1999.
The report provides understanding of socio-cultural research (SRC) for programming purposes in the area of population and reproductive health. The first part of the report introduces the concept of SCR and the rationale for its use in population and RH programmes.
The paper presents a brief report, a presentation of consensus statements, the evidence-base for these statements, and their implications for actions.
The publication includes a synthesis and the summarized presentations given at the Regional Consultation on Strengthening the Provision of Adolescent-Friendly Health Services in Africa which was held in Harare, Zimbabwe on 17-21 October 2000.
The report summarizes proceedings of a meeting among international reproductive health community about power and its impact on reproductive and sexual health. Current challenges, programme and policy interventions, research gaps, and recommendations for action are presented in the report.
The report is the outcome of the third meeting of the two-years measurement project which aims to develop tools, indicators and methodologies to determine the extent to which programming efforts are making a difference to the health and development of adolescents.
The Intercountry Consultation on Development of Strategies for Adolescent Health for South-East Asia Region of WHO was held from 26-29 May 1998 in New Delhi, India.
This paper focuses on adolescent reproductive health in the ESCAP region. It is divided into five sections: Section 1. Introduction; Section 2. Adolescent reproductive health in Asia and the Pacific; Section 3. Current adolescent reproductive health programmes in the region; Section 4.
In Africa, men play key roles in reproductive health - as individuals, family members, community decision-makers, and national leaders. Most reproductive health care, however, focuses on women.