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.
- News07 October 2016 Mitigating the effect of food insecurity on adherence to HIV treatment in Tanzania: Are conditional cash and food transfers effective strategies? Learning Lab, 20 October 2016 Sephy Valuks
- News28 September 2016 RESCHEDULED! Knowledge into action: Alliance building for alcohol policy change – Learning Lab, 4 October 2016 Michelle Moore
- Financing the HIV response in sub-Saharan Africa from domestic sources: Moving beyond a normative approach Despite optimism about the end of AIDS, the HIV response requires sustained financing into the future. Given flat-lining international aid, countries' willingness and ability to shoulder this responsibility will be central to access to HIV care....
- Reducing violence and increasing condom use in the intimate partnerships of female sex workers: study protocol for Samvedana Plus, a cluster randomised controlled trial in Karnataka state, south India Female sex workers (FSWs) are at increased risk of HIV and STIs compared to women in the general population, and frequently experience violence in their working and domestic lives from a variety of perpetrators, which can enhance this risk. While...
- Evidence for interventions to strengthen the HIV prevention cascade: a systematic review of reviews - Shari Krishnaratne How do we invigorate HIV prevention? Shari Krishnaratne outlines the prevention cascade.
- Knowledge into action: Alliance building for alcohol policy change - Savera Kalideen STRIVE partner Soul City explains how their Phuza Wize initiative lobbied for a public-health oriented alcohol policy in South Africa.
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