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.
- Research to inform adaptation: An IPV case study from Rwanda How do we re-implement programmes in new contexts while maintaining core goals, delivery techniques and intensity? Frequent mismatches often arise between the priority population, implementing agency and local community, and those of the original...
- Samata intervention briefs Structural factors cut short the education of many adolescent girls belonging to scheduled caste and scheduled tribe families in northern Karnataka, India.
- Samvedana Plus intervention briefs Violence in the intimate relationships of female sex workers increases their vulnerability to HIV/AIDS. An intervention and evaluation study in northern Karnataka, India, Samvedana Plus seeks to understand and address this form of violence and HIV...
- Policy: Map the interactions between Sustainable Development Goals An article published in Nature proposes a framework for identifying linkages between targets of various sustainable development goals (SDGs). The authors argue that tackling the SDGs separately is an approach that may lead to detrimental outcomes.
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