In 2021, the United Nations University International Institute for Global Health (UNU-IIGH) worked with five UN agencies that operate under a health mandate to document and analyze what has worked institutionally and programmatically to promote gender equality in health over the last 25 years. Through a collaborative practice-based learning approach, the project studied 14 cases deemed successful, and identified the contextual elements that enabled their success, triggered change, and sustained positive shifts over time.

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