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Question 1 of 5
Adopting gender transformative approaches results in more gender equitable communities that reject destructive gender and sexual norms for all, improving access to SRHR information and services and enabling better SRHR outcomes.CorrectIncorrect
Question 2 of 5
The “urban health penalty” is the likelihood that poor urban young people are at greater risk of negative health outcomes. What are some of the factors that contribute to early adolescent females being at the highest risk among urban young people?CorrectIncorrect
Question 3 of 5
Changing individuals’ behavior and beliefs is possible through short-term programmatic interventions. However, changing harmful gender and sexual norms in a community or a society can take generations.CorrectIncorrect
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How do you intend to use the information reviewed and/or tools that you accessed?
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How useful did you find the information and/or tools presented on this page? Please write your response in the box below using one of the following phrases: Very useful, Useful, Somewhat useful, Not useful.
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