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Sida Study of Poverty and Sexuality

Sida Study of Poverty and Sexuality

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Few studies and reports examine the relationship between poverty and
the denial of sexual rights. However, an emerging literature by
researchers, activists and organisations shows that in many cases, poor
people are more vulnerable to abuses of sexual rights, and that such
abuses can entrench poverty. Much of this literature is by Southern
authors, and much consists of grey literature, organisational reports,
and occasional considerations of the connections in pieces of writing for
which poverty sexuality interconnections are not the main focus.
Nowhere is the evidence drawn together in systematic fashion. This
paper brings this evidence together.
Few studies and reports examine the relationship between poverty and
the denial of sexual rights. However, an emerging literature by
researchers, activists and organisations shows that in many cases, poor
people are more vulnerable to abuses of sexual rights, and that such
abuses can entrench poverty. Much of this literature is by Southern
authors, and much consists of grey literature, organisational reports,
and occasional considerations of the connections in pieces of writing for
which poverty sexuality interconnections are not the main focus.
Nowhere is the evidence drawn together in systematic fashion. This
paper brings this evidence together.

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Pvt a Sat:Wat a t ccts?
Overview and Literature ReviewSeptember 2010
Sida, 2010
 
Eecuie Suar
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1 Iruci
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2 Areas f ieraure cere
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3 Uersais f Seuai a Per
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An understanding of sexuality
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An understanding of poverty
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4 Recii f he iaes i he Sia pic fraewr
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5 Wha are he cecis?
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Sexuality norms can have material impacts
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Economic status can affect sexual expression
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What shapes sexuality norms? The role of globalising economies,national governments and the development industry
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6 Access  Heah Serices
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7 Wr a ieihs
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8 Eucai
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9 Fai, he a husi
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10 Was frwar
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More research and understanding of the intersections
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Sexual rights work engaging with economic realities
...............................................................................................34
Poverty reduction efforts engaging with sexuality
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11 Suaries f e es
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12 Bibiraph
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Tab  Ctts

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