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.
- News12 September 2014 Developing a structural intervention to delay underage alcohol use and reduce HIV risk among vulnerable youth in Kampala, Uganda - Learning Lab 16 September 2014 Annie Holmes
- News26 August 2014 STRIVE website and social media Annie Holmes
Global action to reduce HIV stigma and discrimination: JIAS special edition
A series of papers examine HIV-related stigma in a variety of contexts and settings, exploring the impact of stigma on several different populations.
Is early sexual debut a risk factor for HIV infection?
A systematic review summarises published evidence on the association between early sexual debut and women’s risk of HIV infection in sub-Saharan Africa.
Co-financing HIV programmes improves overall development results: RethinkHIV Policy Brief
Policy-makers need to stop taking a ‘silo’ approach to budgeting, where one sector’s gain is another sector’s loss.
Nudging health outcomes: Using behavioural economics to design health interventions in developing countries
What is behavioural economics and how can it help design more effective interventions?
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