The Global Health 50/50 Report: How gender-responsive are the world’s most influential global health organisations?

by Sarah Hawkes, Kent Buse, Claudia Ahumada et al.
University College London Centre for Gender and Global Health, 2018

56 pp. 4.9 MB
https://globalhealth5050.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/GH5050-Report-
2018_Final.pdf

The Global Health 50/50 Report, the first of its kind, provides a comprehensive review of the gender-related policies of more than 140 major organisations working in and/or influencing the field of global health. The initiative is focused at the intersection of several Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including on health (3), gender equality (5), inequalities (10) and inclusive societies and institutions (16). The report provides a benchmark across the sector to catalyse shifts in organisational and management culture and practice, the adoption of gender-responsive policies, and ensuring adequate resources for programmes focusing on the gendered dynamics of global health. It seeks to provide evidence of where the gaps lie, while shining a light on ways forward.

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