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.
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- News05 November 2013 Violence: The measure of a man? Learning Lab, 20 November Alexandra Hyde
Violence: The measure of a man?
It has been said that violence is part of an exaggerated version of masculinity but the link between violence and masculinities is far from clear.
AIDSTAR-One draft resource tool for structural approaches to HIV prevention
What are the interventions that address structural factors? How can they be prioritised, operationalised and evaluated?
Roadmap for promoting women’s economic empowerment
What works best to increase women’s productivity and earnings in developing countries?
Schooling, income, and HIV risk: Some insights from cash transfer experiments
Is the impact of cash transfers achieved through increased income or schooling?
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