Research on structural change to prevent HIV
Social forces drive the HIV epidemic and block prevention efforts. STRIVE partners investigate how structural factors create vulnerability and what programmes work to tackle them.
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The impact of SASA!, a community mobilisation intervention, on women’s experiences of intimate partner violence: secondary findings from a cluster randomised trial in Kampala, Uganda
This secondary analysis of data from the SASA! study assesses the potential of a community mobilisation IPV prevention intervention to reduce overall prevalence of IPV.
Optimizing HIV prevention for women: a review of evidence from microbicide studies and considerations for gender-sensitive microbicide introduction
This study reviewed published vaginal microbicide studies to identify gender-related factors that are likely to affect microbicide acceptability, access and adherence.
Redefining masculinity: An interview with Dr Ravi Verma
A short video interview with Dr Ravi Verma of ICRW-ARO on the challenges of social norms and masculinity.
Ecological pathways to prevention: How does the SASA! community mobilisation model work to prevent physical intimate partner violence against women?
The SASA! study was the first cluster randomised controlled trial in sub-Saharan Africa to assess the community-level impact of a violence prevention programme.
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