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Violence against women health workers is often a symptom of significant underlying power imbalances that affect women's participation and leadership as well as their safety and well-being. This paper provides a framework to understand the influence of gender power relations, intersectional identities, social norms, and institutional structures on this form of violence. This overview is useful for implementers and decision-makers working with health systems.
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A case study on the violence faced by ASHA workers in India.
by Jashodhara Dasgupta,... 20 min read