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Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11

CHAPTER 5

1. United Nations. 1999. Key Actions for the Further Implementation of the Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development (A/S-21/5/Add.1), paragraph 48. New York: United Nations.

2. UNFPA. 2004. Investing in People: National Progress in Implementing the ICPD Programme of Action. New York: UNFPA.

3. Centre for Development and Population Activities. 2001. Adolescent Girls in India Choose a Better Future: An Impact Assessment. Washington, D.C.: Centre for Development and Population Activities.

4. Barnett, B., et al. 1996. Case Study of the Women’s Center of Jamaica Foundation Programme for Adolescent Mothers. Research Triangle Park, North Carolina: Women’s Studies Project, Family Health International; Gayle, H. 2002. “Jamaican Fathers and their Sons: A Tracer Study of the Baby-fathers and Sons of Female Participants of the Women’s Centre Foundation of Jamaica in Westmoreland and St. Catherine, with a Focus on Father-son Relationships and Reproductive Health.” Report for the Youth.now Project. Kingston, Jamaica: University of the West Indies and the Futures Group; and McNeil, P. 1999. ´Women’s Centre: Jamaica: Preventing Second Adolescent Pregnancies by Supporting Young Mothers.” FOCUS on Young Adults Project Highlights. Web site: www.fhi.org/en/Youth/YouthNet/ Publications/FOCUS/ProjectHighlights/ womenscentrejamaica.htm, last accessed 6 May 2004.

5. Instituto Mexicano de Investigación de Familia y Población (IMIFAP). 2002. Salud y Empoderamiento para Las Mujeres del Medio Rural y Sus Familias. IMIFAP Action-Research Summary. Mexico City: Instituto Mexicano de Investigación de Familia y Población. Web site: www.imifap.org.mx/espanol/ resumenes/resumen13.pdf, last accessed 6 May 2004; and Pick, S. 2002. “Si Yo Estoy Bien, Mi Familia También (If I Am OK, My Family Is Too).” Paper presented at the PsychoSocial Workshop, Atlanta, Georgia, 7 May 2002.

6 Boland, R. 2004. Population and Law database. Special compendium provided on request.

7. UNFPA 2004, p. 26.

8. Ibid., p. xiii, Chs. 3, 4 and 9.

9. Ibid., p. xxiii.

10. UN Millennium Project. 2004. “Task Force 3 Interim Report on Gender Equality.” New York: UN Millennium Project.

11. UNDP, 2003. Millennium Development Goals: National Reports: A Look through a Gender Lens, p. 22. New York: UNDP.

12. UN Millennium Project 2004.

13 Commonwealth Secretariat. 1999- 2004. GMS Series of Reference Manuals on Gender Mainstreaming in Various Sectors and Development Issues for Policy Makers and Other Stakeholders. London: Commonwealth Secretariat. Web site: www.thecommonwealth.org/gender, last accessed 21 June 2004.

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