Bangladesh Health Facility Survey 2017. National Institute of Population Research and Training (NIPORT) and ICF. (2019)

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The survey showed that nearly all health facilities in Bangladesh offer antenatal care for women and curative care for children. A majority of the facilities provide family planning and child vaccination services. Less common services are for non-communicable disease and tuberculosis diagnosis or treatment and normal delivery. The availability of normal delivery services has increased across all types of health facilities with the most notable change among Union Health and Family Welfare Centers (UHFWCs).

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The Death Penalty for Drug Offences: Global Overview 2019. Harm Reduction International (HRI). (2020)

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The 2019 Global Overview highlights some of the most common violations of fair trial standards reported in capital drug cases across a range of jurisdictions, revealing systemic flaws and a particularly grave impact on vulnerable defendants. Indeed, many if not most individuals charged and sentenced to death for a drug offence have limited economic resources, and are from ethnic or racial minorities or are foreign nationals; they mostly occupy low-level positions in the drug trade and may have been deceived or coerced into taking part in drug-related activities. 

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Community Innovations. UNAIDS. (2020)

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This publication is intended to spark interest, inquiry and discussion around community innovations. It draws on the response to the AIDS epidemic—a prime example of disruptive community innovations, not only in the health sector, but with far reaching implications for nearly every aspect of people’s lives—to show that innovation is about enabling communities to have the space, freedom and support to initiate and make changes for themselves.

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The Global Health 50/50 Report 2020: Power, Privilege and Priorities. Global Health 50/50. (2020)

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The 2020 report provides an unprecedented birds-eye view of the global health system today. It reveals that the leadership of the 200 most prominent organisations active in global health continues to reflect power and privilege asymmetries along historical, geographic and gender lines. The report further uncovers a distinct disconnect between the organisational priorities and the gendered burdens of disease around the world.

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Stories of Stigma: Exploring Stigma and Discrimination against Thai Transgender People while Accessing Health Care and in Other Settings. UNDP. (2020)

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The study explores the various forms of stigma and discrimination experienced by transgender women, often resulting in violence and abuse, and barriers to accessing employment, education, health care and other social services. It examines stigma during childhood, within the family, at school and in health care settings, as well as stigma within the transgender community and HIV-related stigma. The findings of the study point to the need for more effective advocacy to increase the understanding of transgender people on how the structure, culture and institutions of Thai society instill, reinforce and perpetuate stigma against them. 

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We’ve Got the Power — Women, Adolescent Girls and the HIV Response. UNAIDS. (2020)

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This publication marks the 25th anniversary of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action. It is dedicated to the women leaders and allied community mobilizers who have devoted their lives to advancing the human rights and dignity of all people affected by the HIV epidemic, and to opposing social injustice, gender inequality, stigma and discrimination, and violence. Unless otherwise indicated, the HIV-related statistics cited in this publication reflect the most recent UNAIDS data available.

 

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Country Report Sri Lanka - Validation of Elimination of Mother-to-child Transmission of HIV and Syphilis. National STD/AIDS Control Programme (NSACP), Family Health Bureau (FHB) and Ministry of Health (MoH), Sri Lanka. (2019)

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Sixteen women living with HIV and 36 women with syphilis delivered during 2018. All pregnant women with HIV received treatment following national protocols, and the new-borns remain free of infection. Among pregnant women with syphilis, 97% received treatment and annual rate of congenital syphilis was 1.5 per 100 000 live births. Process indicators have improved with 97.5% in 2017 and 96.4% in 2018 for coverage of ANC attendance. These figures have been achieved through the government services. The screening coverage of pregnant women for HIV was 95.2% in 2017 and 95.9% in 2018 and for syphilis was 96.9% in 2017 and 99.3% in 2018.

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Gender-Responsive Education Sector Planning - A Pathway to Gender Equality in Education. Leave No Girl Behind. (2019)

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Education transforms lives. It is the surest investment to break down social and economic differences between people, unravel inequalities based on gender and accelerate progress towards the entire vision of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Yet, despite the world’s commitment to ensure every child completes 12 years of quality education, in low-income countries only 4% of the poorest finish upper secondary school, falling to 2% amongst marginalised girls.

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Transformative Political Leadership to Promote 12 Years of Quality Education for All Girls. Rose P, Gordon R, Marston L, Zubairi A and Downing P. (2020)

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National and international leaders’ commitment to girls’ education has been gathering momentum since 2015, when UN member states adopted the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including SDG4 (to “ensure inclusive and quality education for all and promote lifelong learning”) and SDG5 (to “achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls” by 2030). At the same time, evidence about barriers to girls’ education, in particular for marginalised girls, is growing, along with a consensus on “what works” to advance girls’ education.

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Progress Report 2018. National AIDS Program, Ministry of Health and Sports, Myanmar. (2020)

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Myanmar is one of the hardest hit countries in Asia by the HIV epidemic and is prioritized for the Global Fast Track strategy. The country’s HIV response is guided by National Strategic Plan (NSP) and implemented by organizations under the leadership of National AIDS Program (NAP). This report presents collective information on the achievements, challenges and opportunities in the course of the country’s HIV response during 2018, in reference to the strategic directions and national indicators described in the third National Strategic Plan on HIV and AIDS, 2016–2020 (NSP III).
 

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