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    Understanding the links: globalization, health sector reform, gender and reproductive health.

    Evers B; Juarez M

    New York, New York, Ford Foundation, 2003. [45] p.

    The connections between globalization and women’s reproductive health and rights are not straightforward, and as yet, there is little systematic evidence exploring these linkages. The following paper will examine more closely what is meant by globalization and attempt to analyze its broad implications for women’s health and well-being, albeit largely from first principles. (excerpt)
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    Access to contraception vital to fight poverty, UN report says.

    Population 2005: News and Views on Further Implementation of Cairo Program of Action. 2003 Mar-Apr; 5(1):4.

    Better access to family planning services, contraception and reproductive health services is central in the overall struggle against poverty, according to a United Nations Population Fund report on The State of the World Population 2002 released in New York in January. Jointly launching the report with Stirling Scruggs, UNFPA director for information and external relations, Jeffrey Sachs, director of the Earth Institute, said the report showed how reproductive health, family planning, population and policy fed into all eight Millennium Goals. (excerpt)
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