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Hatherleigh Company
International Women's Health Coalition
Forms a non-profit organization that works to generate health and population policies, programs, and funding that promote and protect the rights and health of girls and women worldwide, particularly in Africa, Asia, Lating America, and countries in post-socialist transition. Believes that global well-being, and social and economic justice, can only be achieved by ensuring women's human rights, health, and equality. (See Details)
Ms. Foundation for Women
Supports the efforts of women and girls to govern their own lives and influence the world around them. (See Details)
Introduces an educational campaign that challenges the myths promoted by the pharmaceutical industry and calls for research on the many causes of women's sexual problems. (See Details)
Cambridge University Press
Ford Foundation
Works mainly by making grants or loans that build knowledge and strengthen organizations and networks. (See Details)
Farrar, Straus & Giroux
WomanSource Documentation Centre
WomanSource is a comprehensive specialized collection of women and development materials. The collections include both print and nonprint current materials such as handbooks, directories, field reports, unpublished papers, books, working papers, training materials, conference reports, subject and organizational files, funding files, periodicals, tapes, videos, slides, and clippings. Materials are collected in English and Spanish. Some ephemeral in French, Arabic and Portuguese. Other services include online access to the Internet, a database of recently published books and over 800 periodicals, research services for a fee, access and participation in electronic mail conferences, networking among Women's Documentation Centres; a document exchange program, capacity building workshops in Information and Communications as well as monitor and evaluation of policies.
Visual Studies Workshop Press
Commonwealth Fund
Supports independent research on health and social issues and makes grants to improve health care practice and policy. Helps people become more informed about their health care, and improves care for vulnerable populations such as children, elderly people, low-income families, minority Americans, and the uninsured. (See Details)