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Publication Detail
SDRC TR 1998-08: Towards a Holistic Gender-Balanced Understanding of Developmental Concerns in the Philippines: A State of the Art Review of Women’s Health Studies and Action Projects with Male Participation

The project, referred to in brief as the “Men-Women Partnership Study,” documented and examined the status, challenges, and prospects of male involvement in women’s health studies and action projects, specifically in the areas of reproductive health, STD/AIDS and domestic violence. The study attaches importance to male participation in these projects as it may influence them to assume their roles in family planning, the control of STD/ADIS, and domestic violence prevention.

DLSU-Social Development Research Center
Authors Keywords
Lee, Romeo; health care; family planning; gender;
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