Identifying Appropriate Livelihood Options for Adolescent Girls: A Program Design Tool

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Guidance for HIV programme implementers seeking to implement economic strengthening programmes as a means to prevent HIV transmission, with a particular focus on girls aged 10 to 19 years.

Structural Interventions: Concepts, Challenges and Opportunities for Research

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An examination of interventions that focus on the structural context within which health is produced and reproduced. The discussion includes a focus on the interdisciplinary nature of structural approaches, and some of the implications for research.

Results from Parivartan highlight receptiveness among boys, coaches and their families to develop healthy attitudes towards girls

Findings from STRIVE partner ICRW's study of the Parivartan Program were released today at a launch event and panel discussion attended by representatives from the UN, the Delhi government and a number of national and international organizations.

Engaging Coaches and Athletes in Fostering Gender Equity: Findings from the Parivartan Program in Mumbai, India

STRIVE partner ICRW's summary report assessing the impact of the Parivartan programme was released on 30 May 2012.

How to make sports a viable medium for social change? ICRW India releases findings from the Parivartan program.

STRIVE partner ICRW will today release findings from Parivartan, an innovative program that taps into the power of sport to promote social change. The panel discussion ‘How to make sports a viable medium for social change -challenges and opportunities’ will serve as a platform to take the concept of Parivartan forward, exploring the possibilities of integrating such programs institutionally, in different settings and on a larger scale.

The girl effect: The clock is ticking

Inspiring infographic that communicates the potential of investing in health and education for young women and girls in countries such as Ethiopia, India and Bangladesh. See more at The Girl Effect.

Technical briefs on HIV in India draw attention to women partners of men who have sex with men.

A series of technical briefs peer-reviewed by members of STRIVE have focussed attention on women who are partners of men who have sex with men (MSM), and the particular conditions that combine to increase their vulnerability to HIV.

Is there ever a good reason for child marriage? STRIVE partner ICRW enters debate

The online magazine Slate has published a joint letter from STRIVE partner ICRW together with Girls Not Brides: The Global Partnership to End Child Marriage (GNB). The letter to the Editor was written in response to an article describing a mass betrothal ceremony of underage boys and girls in the Indian state of Gujarat.

The girl effect: The clock is ticking

Inspiring infographic that communicates the potential of investing in health and education for young women and girls in countries such as Ethiopia, India and Bangladesh. See more at The Girl Effect.

Is there ever a good reason for child marriage?

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Joint letter from STRIVE partner ICRW together with Girls Not Brides: The Global Partnership to End Child Marriage (GNB), in response to an article describing a mass betrothal ceremony of underage boys and girls in the Indian state of Gujarat.

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