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    Child, Early, and Forced Marriage Resource Guide
    This resource guide provides information on how the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) sectors, missions, and staff can integrate child, early, and forced marriage (CEFM) prevention and response into their programming. The guide provides both the rationale of why and approaches to how USAID’s efforts can address CEFM. 
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    From the Ground Up: The Challenge of Girl Child Education in Karamoja 2015
    This report from VSO and Irish Aid analyses data collected from 20 schools in Karamoja, Uganda. The findings suggest that the main barrier to a girl’s education is poverty. Due to limited finances, struggling parents see their daughters as a vital source of income.


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    A Guide for Strengthening Gender Equality and Inclusiveness in Teaching and Learning Materials.
    The Guide provides important facts, insights, and guidance to help address the need for improved inclusivity for materials in the primary grades. It provides worksheets for those developing or revising texts to evaluate the inclusiveness of the teaching and learning material. The guide encourages writers and revisers to examine the frequency of representation and gender-equitable and inclusive illustrations, while also highlighting gender-equitable and inclusive language and gender-equitable and transformational roles. It recommends that individuals with various physical, cognitive, and/or sensory disabilities should be depicted in proportion to the frequency of the general population.
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    Advancing WASH in Schools Monitoring
    This publication provides global, regional and national WinS coverage estimates. Similar to the initial phases of the JMP, the available data is largely limited to administrative reporting, not based on independent surveys. Country data may also not reflect national or minimum global standards for WinS. Although, these and other issues pose challenges to data quality and reliability, this document provides the most comprehensive picture of WinS coverage to date. 
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    Breaking the Cycle of Violence: Together for Girls Stakeholder Report 2015-2016
    This year also provided further evidence of the central role of Together for Girls as a thought leader and convener in the area of violence, health and human rights. We brought experts and stakeholders together to share learning, research and best practices to advance the state of the art, especially concerning adolescents. We have contributed to advances in research through the VACS, promoted accountability through our partnership’s Results Framework, and accelerated broader monitoring and evaluation efforts as well as best practices for program and policy development and implementation. 


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