The PACE project, which managed the IGWG, ended September 30, 2022. No new content is added to this site.
The PACE project, which managed the IGWG, ended September 30, 2022. No new content is added to this site.
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The Interagency Gender Working Group promotes gender equity in order to improve global health and foster sustainable development.

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IGWG GBV Task Force Meeting Report: Exploring the Impact of Reproductive Coercion on Sexual and Reproductive Health Outcomes

This meeting report shares key takeaways from the Interagency Gender Working Group’s (IGWG) Gender-Based Violence Task Force event “Exploring the Impact of Reproductive Coercion on Sexual and Reproductive Health Outcomes,” focusing on program implementation challenges and emerging issues in reproductive coercion, as well as promising practices for addressing reproductive coercion. The report also offers recommendations for program implementers, researchers, and governments, donors, and multi-lateral institutions that emerged from the discussion.Read More

Positive Youth Development in Health Programming: How Does Engaging Boys and Young Men Fit In? A Technical Marketplace

On September 13, 2022, the Interagency Gender Working Group’s Male Engagement Task Force (METF) hosted the webinar “Positive Youth Development in Health Programming: How Does Engaging Boys and Young Men Fit In? A Technical Marketplace.” More than 100 participants from around the world—including Eswatini, Ethiopia, India, and Nigeria—participated in discussions on how gender transformative positive youth development (PYD) contributes to positive health behaviors related to family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH); HIV/AIDS; gender-based violence; maternal, newborn, and child health; and infectious disease prevention and treatment.Read More

Infographic: How to Effectively Partner With Community Leaders in Gender Transformative Programming

This infographic highlights and synthesizes some of the key takeaways from the 2022 IGWG Plenary, suggesting promising practices for identifying community leaders and improving partnerships with community leaders and social movements in gender transformative programming. This resource intends to be a tool for program designers and implementers who wish to foster more community leadership and improve collaborations with community leaders within existing and future programs. The infographic also offers insights for program designers and implementers to strengthen programs that have already integrated elements of community mobilization and leadership.Read More

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