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Making her own choices: young women’s rights in poor urban areas

This programme framework is informed by three country level and international reviews of the literature related to young women, livelihoods and sexual and reproductive health, and empirical research
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Young women: life choices and livelihoods in poor urban Ghana

Because of their age and gender, young women are often among those most adversely affected by these pressures and by continuing cultural prejudices and power inequalities.This scoping study supports
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Young Urban Women: Exploring Interlinkages: Bodily Integrity, Economic Security and Equitable Distribution of Unpaid Care Work

ActionAid and its partners have, since 2013, been working to address the issues of bodily integrity and economic security among approximately 5800 young women in the age group of 15- 25 years in seven
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Insights and experiences from Ghana and Rwanda: hidden intersections on women’s rights and climate resilient sustainable agriculture

The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs funded ActionAid International to implement the Women’s Rights to Sustainable Livelihoods project in Ghana and Rwanda between 2012 and 2015. The purpose of the

Tax, privatisation and the right to education

This report brings together participatory research carried out in Ghana, Kenya, Uganda and Pakistan as part of the Tax, Privatisation and Right to Education multi country project.
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Stop Violence Against Girls in School

A lack of knowledge about violence against girls has hindered efforts to stop it. ActionAid’s 2013 Stop Violence Against Girls in School report is one of the first comprehensive studies to provide
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Action for Children's Rights in Education (ACRE) - Success Stories

The purpose of this document is to demonstrate some of the ways the ACRE project teams in each of the six participating countries successfully managed to operationalize the Promoting Rights in Schools
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A cross-country analysis of baseline research from Kenya, Ghana and Mozambique

This report presents findings from baseline studies carried out in three districts in Kenya, Ghana and Mozambique for Stop Violence Against Girls in School, a five year project (2008­2013) led by