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Posted by in News on September 4, 2019

Climate Change Disproportionately Affects Women And Young Girls – And Here’s Why.

A symposium on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, Gender and Climate Change Resilience organized by UNFPA, the United Nations…

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Posted by in News on November 4, 2015

Africa: HIV Studies Overlook Women

Women are underrepresented in clinical trials of HIV treatments, although the virus affects men and women almost equally. A systematic review published…

Posted by in News on October 14, 2014

We can no longer ignore Ebola’s wider impact – particularly on women

Ebola: Women are not only more likely to be infected; their education, healthcare, food security and livelihoods are also suffering.…

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Posted by in News on September 24, 2014

Caesarean section rates in South Africa ‘recklessly high’, warn experts

Caesarean section rates in South Africa ‘recklessly high’, warn experts.  Figures released by South Africa’s Council for Medical Schemes showed…

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Posted by in 16 Days on August 4, 2014

Regional Campaign to Address VAW and Health Starts Now!

Have you been part of the GBV Prevention Network’s annual 16 Days of Activism Campaign before? Now is the time…

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Posted by in post-2015, Resources on June 10, 2014

Post 2015 briefing, bridging SRHR, HIV, and GBV

In March 2013, Salamander Trust collaborated with long-term partners the ATHENA Network, the International Women’s Health Coalition and GESTOS to…

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Posted by in News, Resources, Uncategorized on June 6, 2014

Domestic violence is biggest threat to West Africa’s women

Husbands, not strangers or men with guns, are now the biggest threat to women in post-conflict West Africa, according to a…

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Posted by in VAW in Emergencies and Reproductive Health on October 30, 2013

Abortion Pills: Safe and ethical for women?

The Dutch physician Rebecca Gomperts says abortion pills are safe and recognised by the World Health Organization as life-saving medicines.…

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