Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE), 2009 CHANGE conducted a field inquiry in Dominican Republic, Ethiopia and Botswana to examine programmes with comprehensive approaches to sexual and reproductive health and explore problems that arise when programmes are artificially segregated and/or not based on human rights.
What does CHANGE stand for?
CHANGE stands for Center for Health and Gender Equity (Takoma Park, MD)
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- Climatological and Historical Analysis of Clouds for Environmental Simulations
- Channel Committee (NATO)
- Channel Committee
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- Culture and History of the Ancient Near East
- Catholic Home Alliance of North Georgia Educators (Roswell, GA)
- Center for Healing and Global Evolution (San Meteo, CA)
- Certificate on Humans and the Global Environment (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
- Choose Having a New Growth Experience
- Choosing Honesty Allows New Growth Every Day
- Communities Helping All Neighbors Gain Empowerment (Winston-Salem, NC)
- Consulting for Health, Air, Nature, & A Greener Environment, LLC (Queensbury, NY)
- Coordinating Heuristic Action for Nationwide Growth and Education
- Center for Health Achievement Neighborhood Growth and Ethnic Studies
- Chimie Analytique et Chimie des Interfaces
- Channel Operator (IRC and chat servers)
- Child Health Assessment Nurse Provider (Kansas)
Samples in periodicals archive:
An analysis of PEPFAR funding from February through July conducted by the Center for Health and Gender Equity determined that 50 to 80 percent of prevention monies were siphoned of to abstinence programs.
Bush stretches the truth when it suits his political purposes, says Jodi Jacobson of the Center for Health and Gender Equity.