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.
- News26 February 2015 FACTS 001 and the need for women-centred HIV prevention Deborah Baron and Annie Holmes
- News19 February 2015 Structural solutions? Impact of cash and care on adolescent HIV prevention and adherence - Learning Lab, 11 March 2015 Michelle Moore
Parivartan for Girls programme tools
Innovative curricula and activities for implementing this sports-based programme.
AVAC Report 2014/15: Prevention on the Line
Analysis of the state of HIV prevention research and implementation, identifying requirements from research to rollout.
Hope: A new approach to understanding structural factors in HIV acquisition
Findings of a long-term project exploring the use of 'hope' to understand the social epidemiology of HIV.
Samvedana Plus brochure
Explaining KHPT's intervention study to reduce violence against female sex workers by their lovers and husbands.
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