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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Biomedical AIDS research: Recent and upcoming advances
A report captures key 2014 advances in biomedical science on HIV and profiles research to anticipate in 2015.
Early sexual debut: Voluntary or coerced? Evidence from longitudinal data in South Africa – the Birth to Twenty Plus study
The only study in South Africa that has collected prospective data from the pre-teen years on early sexual experience
Multi-level factors affecting entry into and engagement in the HIV continuum of care in Iringa, Tanzania
A multi-level framework for understanding barriers and facilitators to linkages to care
Addressing HIV risk in adolescent girls and young women
Targeting and engaging adolescent girls and young women for effective programme design and implementation
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