Gender

Toolkit
Pourquoi mHealth ? Au cours des dix dernières années, la santé mobile, ou mHealth, est devenue un outil de pointe pour améliorer l'accès aux informations et aux services de santé dans le monde entier. mHealth utilise les technologies mobile et sans fil, comme les téléphones portables, les assistants numériques personnels (PDA) et les applications logicielles mobiles (apps), pour réaliser les objectifs sanitaires. Pourquoi un nombre croissant de programmes de santé - et même des systèmes de santé régionaux et nationaux - se tournent-ils vers ces technologies pour...
Toolkit
The IGWG Gender and Health Toolkit is a unique compilation of practical resources for gender integration and mainstreaming in health policies, programs and institutions. It is designed as a companion to the IGWG website, a premier site for gender and reproductive health information, publications and networking. Gender integration refers to strategies applied during program planning, assessment, design, implementation and in monitoring and evaluation to consider gender norms and to compensate for gender-based inequalities. Gender mainstreaming is the process of incorporating a...
Toolkit
In many countries and regions of the world, young people (ages 10-24) experience early marriage followed directly by pressure to bear children, making young married women (YMW) a cohort with particularly high fertility rates, high unmet need for contraception, and high rates of closely spaced pregnancies. Young married women and first-time parents (FTPs) face a unique set of challenges to living healthy sexual and reproductive lives—challenges that are different to those faced by unmarried adolescents, older married women or older parents. To contribute to meeting the needs of YMW and...