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.
HIV and Violence against Women and Girls
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Mitigating the effect of food insecurity on adherence to HIV treatment in Tanzania: Are conditional cash and food transfers effective strategies? - Sandra McCoy
- News29 November 2016 'Teasing' girls: impact on safety and drop-out in North Karnataka Annie Holmes
- News29 November 2016 What do we (really) know about VAW and HIV risk? Sephy Valuks
- A systematic review of interventions to reduce HIV-related stigma and discrimination from 2002 to 2013: how far have we come? HIV-related stigma and discrimination continue to hamper efforts to prevent new infections and engage people in HIV treatment, care and support programmes. The identification of effective interventions to reduce stigma and discrimination that can be...
- Client-perpetrated and husband-perpetrated violence among female sex workers in Andhra Pradesh, India: HIV/STI risk across personal and work contexts This study examines personal and work based violence and its relation to HIV risk factors among female sex workers in Andrha Pradesh, India. To varying degrees women who experienced client or husband violence were:
- Potential impact of pre-exposure prophylaxis for female sex workers and men who have sex with men in Bangalore, India: a mathematical modelling study In Bangalore, new HIV infections of female sex workers and men who have sex with men continue to occur, despite high condom use. Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) has high anti-HIV efficacy for men who have sex with men. PrEP demonstration projects...
- Revisiting What Works: Women, Economic Empowerment and Smart Design Expanding women’s economic opportunities benefits both women and society. Women’s choices widen and societies gain from the contribution that women’s income makes to economic growth and family wellbeing. These benefits are increasingly well-...
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