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How Self-Care Can Support Resilience in West and Central Africa

Self-care approaches can offer women more control over their lives.

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LGBTQ Youth and Young Adults Are Coming Out Into a Polarized Environment—and Finding Valuable School and Community Support

Naming the vulnerability and discrimination LGBTQ youth face can be a starting point for adults and institutions that support youth—and youth themselves—to act for change.

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Project: PACE: Policy, Advocacy, and Communication Enhanced for Population and Reproductive Health

Annexes. Polygamy in West Africa

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Project: Center for Public Information on Population Research (CPIPR)

Married Women With Children and Male Partners Do More Housework Than Single Moms

Specifically, married and cohabiting mothers report more housework than never-married or divorced/separated mothers, but all mothers report about the same amount of child-care time.

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Counting Women’s Work: Time Use, Policy, and Economic Growth

Women’s time spent performing unpaid care work provides the foundation for healthy market economies. However, economic measures of national income only account for paid work and do not account for time women spend performing unpaid care and household services.

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