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Enlisting the Armed Forces to Protect Reproductive Health and Rights: Lessons from Nine Countries
Reviewed by: Ludmilla Kwitko, Visiting Fellow, Department of International Relations, Australian National University
Content: This CD-ROM provides a sound technical summary of a comparative study of nine country experiences. The purpose is to influence future program efforts based on the lessons learned from working with men in the uniformed services in reproductive and sexual health from a gender perspective.
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Provides a useful benchmark study of lessons learned from working with men in the uniformed services in reproductive, sexual health, and HIV/AIDs from a gender perspective. Focused on institutional change, and strategic approaches for future programming.
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