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In order to empower and bring forth the human rights of women it is important to have tools that match the purpose. In this section Make Every Woman count has gathered handouts and guides produced by various organisations and government entities.

These guides and handouts cover various aspects of human rights of women and can be used in a range of settings.

Source: Ipas
This manual: describes the context of reproductive and sexual health in Africa and the African regional human rights system,• demonstrates how the African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights (African Charter) relates to reproductive and sexual health rights, compiles basic texts such as the African Charter, regional declarations, selected resolutions of the African Commission, and selected national and African Commission case law relevant to reproductive and sexual health rights or to the African Commission's procedure.

Source: CDC
Reproductive health for women affected by conflict entails providing services to ensure safe pregnancies and deliveries, meeting family planning needs, preventing and treating sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and HIV/AIDS, and preventing gender-based violence (GBV) in populations affected by complex humanitarian emergencies. Assessing these needs requires gathering information and technical knowledge about how to conduct a survey.

Source: PATH and WHO
This manual focuses primarily on the issue of violence against women by their intimate partners. Gender-based violence assumes many forms, including rape, sexual assault and coercion, stalking, incest, sexual harassment, female genital mutilation,

Source: Christian Council of Ghana
The 'Facilitator's Guide for Training on HIV and AIDS Stigma and Discrimination Reduction' is a practical resource for participatory learning on understanding, recognizing and combating stigma.

Source: Make Every Woman Count
UN Security Council resolution 1889 was adopted in October 2009 with the aim of strengthening the implementation and monitoring of SCR 1325. It calls for the establishment of global indicators on SCR 1325, reiterates its mandate for increasing women’s participation and reinforces calls for mainstreaming gender perspectives in all decision-making processes,

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