This report is based on secondary data analyses performed on studies in Tanzania, Malawi, India and Nigeria. After a brief introduction to the importance of gender equity for health communication efforts to improve RH outcomes, this report outlines the methodology and results for each of the data sets analyzed. For each study, the following information is provided.
- Brief description and background of the project/study.
- Study methodology, including recruitment, information on the study population, measures and data
- Results, including descriptive, bivariate, multivariate and mediation and moderation
Following reports on each of the four secondary data analyses, the evidence is summarized in a final discussion section. This section highlights similarities and differences identified in results found in each of these four studies. Implications and next steps are suggested for future work designed to address gender equity and RH.
Gender Equity in Health Communication Programs – Summary Report
A four-page summary of the secondary analysis is available. [Download: Gender Equity in Health Communication Programs, Executive Summary from a Secondary Data Analysis]