Integrating Poverty and Gender Into Health Programmes

Integrating Poverty and Gender Into Health Programmes

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This publication is part of a series which examines the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of health policies and programmes, focusing on the multidimensional aspects of poverty and gender-based disparities. The series is designed for use in the training of health professionals, as well as a reference document for policy-makers and programme managers. This module focuses on poverty and gender concern in the prevention, treatment and control of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and aims to improve the awareness, knowledge and skills of health professionals of NCDs in developing countries. It is divided into six sections and issues discussed include: the distribution of NCDs globally and within the Western Pacific Region; the links between poverty, gender and NCDs; human rights issues; good practices in prevention, treatment and control; notes for facilitators; and information on tools and other resources.Community-level initiatives to reduce GBV In Latin America and the Caribbean, many NGOs have launched ... health and gender-equity using a set of manuals and videos; b) social marketing and condoms; c) promoting health services; and ... Principles of good practice in addressing gender-based violence How can health professionals address poverty and gender concerns in gender-based violence?


Title:Integrating Poverty and Gender Into Health Programmes
Author: WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific, Sarah Coll-Black, World Health Organization. Regional Office for the Western Pacific
Publisher:World Health Organization - 2007
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