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Ravindran, T. K. Sundari, George Atiim, Remme, Michelle and Johanna Riha (2023). A Compendium of the History of Gender Mainstreaming in Five United Nations Agencies. UNU International Institute for Global Health. 299  
Riha, Johanna, Malhotra, Anju and Oluseye, Ayomide, (2022). Gender equality and climate action: lessons from evidence on SRHR. The Lancet, 339(10343), n/a-n/a 73 32
Jennifer Curry Josef, Arlene B. Galvez, Johanna Riha and Zaida Orth (2023). Gender integration in Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center (Philippines). What Works? Integrating gender into Government Health programmes in Africa, South Asia, and Southeast Asia. UNU International Institute for Global Health. 26 11
Johanna Riha, Zaida Orth and Rajat Khosla, (2024). Investing in women’s health is essential in the era of polycrises. The BMJ, n/a-n/a 11  
Riha, Johanna, Lopes, Claudia A., Ibrahim, Naima A. and Srinivasan, Sharath, (2021). Media and Digital Technologies for Mixed Methods Research in Public Health Emergencies Such as COVID-19: Lessons Learned From Using Interactive Radio–SMS for Social Research in Somalia. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 15(3), 304-326 112 89
Ramalingaswami Centre on Equity and Social Determinants of Health, Shreelata Rao Seshadri, Rajalakshmi RamPrakash, Johanna Riha, Zaida Orth and Michelle de Jong (2023). Meeting the healthcare needs of the transgender community – The gender guidance clinics of Tamil Nadu (India). What Works? Integrating Gender into Government Health Programmes in Africa, South Asia, and Southeast Asia. UNU International Institute for Global Health. 25 14
Riha, Johanna, Ravindran, TK Sundari, Atiim, George A., Remme, Michelle and Khanna, Renu (2021). What Works in Gender and Health in the United Nations: Lessons Learned from Cases of Successful Gender Mainstreaming across Five UN Agencies. United Nations University International Institute for Global Health. 417 670
Johanna Riha (2020). Women and Non-communicable diseases in Africa: Mapping the scale, actors and extent of rights-based work to address the impact of NCDs on African women, Ghana: African Women’s Development Fund. African Women's Development Fund. 115 33