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The Relationship Between Vietnamese Youths’ Access to Health Information and Positive Social Capital with Their Level of HIV Knowledge: Results from a National Survey
Nguyren Huong
December 15, 2014
Region: East Asia and the Pacific
Health
Information
Vulnerable Populations
The Institutional Context of Poverty: State Fragility as a Predictor of Cross-National Variation in Commercial Microfinance Lending
Andrew Spicer
October 3, 2013
Region: Global
Economics
Vulnerable Populations
Reconciling Indigenous and Women’s Rights to Land in Sub-Saharan Africa
Aparna Polavarapnu
2013
Region: Sub-Saharan Africa
Human Rights
Vulnerable Populations
Girls’ Education and Discursive Spaces for Empowerment: Perspectives from Rural India
Payal Shah
March 2011
Region: South Asia
Vulnerable Populations
Situating Empowerment for Millennial Schoolgirls in Gujarat, India and Shaanxi, China
Payal Shah
2011
Region: East Asia and the Pacific, South Asia
Vulnerable Populations
Access to Knowledge in Africa: The Role of Copyright
Dick Kawooya
2010
Region: Middle East and North Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa
Information
Vulnerable Populations
Child Marriage and Guardianship in Tanzania: Robbing Girls of their Childhood and Infantilizing Women
Aparna Polavarapnu
2006
Region: Sub-Saharan Africa
Human Rights
Vulnerable Populations
The Role of Information in Uganda’s Reduction of HIV/AIDS Prevalence: Individual Perceptions of HIV/AIDS Information
Dick Kawooya
June 2005
Region: Sub-Saharan Africa
Health
Information
Vulnerable Populations
Development and the ‘Right to Have Rights’ in Intra-African Refugee Resettlement
Breanne Grace
2013
Region: Sub-Saharan Africa
Human Rights
Migration
Vulnerable Populations
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