PRB Topic Feed: Gender/Topics/Gender.aspxData in New Wallchart Show Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting Declining in Many Countries New evidence suggests that the share of women and girls who have undergone female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C) is declining in many countries, with girls less likely to be cut than previous generations of women.02/05/2017/Publications/Datasheets/2017/Wallchart-Female-Genital-Mutilation-Declining.aspxf6874b0d-d168-4ad3-9672-ffd66a9d0d26A Decade of International Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation/CuttingFeb. 6, 2013, marks a decade since the first International Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation was commemorated. We must also recognize the still-overwhelming challenges, and those leaders who are continuing to work on the front lines to make change.02/05/2013/Publications/Articles/2013/fgm-zero-tolerance-2013.aspxf45d43aa-d0b6-487a-989f-4385f1d1128cPRB Data Analysis of FGM/C in U.S. Covered in New York TimesPRB's data analysis of female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C) was covered in a May 22, 2015, New York Times article, "FGM: A Modern-Day Scourge in the United States."05/27/2015/Publications/Articles/2015/us-fgmc-nytimes.aspx152b6dee-acb3-4f1c-83f3-08cec3575d60Zero Tolerance to FGM/C: A Day for ReflectionFeb. 6 is the International Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting (FGM/C).02/06/2014/Publications/Articles/2014/zero-tolerance-fgm-2014.aspx5a03f5f9-740c-4718-9b59-ab7024d3bb31PRB Analysis on Girls at Risk for FGM/C in U.S. Covered in ABC News and MoreTwo major news outlets have highlighted PRB's data analysis on women and girls in the U.S. at risk of female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C). 07/21/2015/Publications/Articles/2015/us-fgmc-abcnews-pbs.aspx566adfe7-c828-41af-9e91-cc5128b5528dThe Feminization of Migration: Obstacles to Good Health CareMigrant women and men share some health problems but experience others separately, because of culture as well as biology. As the number of female international migrants increases, obstacles to their care need to be considered when health services are designed and delivered.01/09/2007/Publications/Articles/2007/FeminizationofMigrationObstaclesHealthCare.aspxa7d8b5ef-983c-46ec-bf3b-ccf6438b4896The Crossover in Female-Male College Enrollment RatesSince 1991, the proportion of young women enrolled in college in the United States has exceeded the enrollment rate for young men, and the gap has widened over time. Women now make up the majority (54 percent) of the 11 million students enrolled in college.02/13/2007/Publications/Articles/2007/CrossoverinFemaleMaleCollegeEnrollmentRates.aspx6d09c465-a12c-498d-a673-bd863201b0adClosing the Male-Female Labor Force GapThe growing proportion of women doing paid work has transformed gender relations, changed patterns of marriage and childbearing, and is often viewed as a key indicator of women's progress toward gender equality in the labor force. 03/21/2007/Publications/Articles/2007/ClosingtheMaleFemaleLaborForceGap.aspx288f1b9d-aa94-4d60-89b2-f0dbd90bf3bbHow Many Men Have HPV?Half of men ages 18 to 70 who participated in a study of genital human papillomavirus (HPV) in Brazil, Mexico, and the United States were infected with some form of the virus according to the "HPV in Men" (HIM) study recently published in The Lancet.05/20/2011/Publications/Articles/2011/hpv-in-men.aspx0a3ce353-b5db-46c7-8411-5908302bdda6What Explains the Disparities Between Men's and Women's Health?A new fact sheet from the Disease Control Priorites Project explains that just because women live longer than men, they do not necessarily have better health.11/18/2008/Publications/Articles/2008/dcpfactsheetgender.aspxfc4e8759-6af7-4675-9de0-878ce3bfaf1a