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.
- News27 May 2015 Achieving Value for Money in HIV, Health and Development Annie Holmes
- News26 May 2015 End-user engagement on alcohol and violence Priti Prabhughate and Michelle Moore
Taking Stock: Secondary education in Bagalkot and Bijupar districts in northern Karnataka
The Government of India has issued regulations to make high schools more ‘girl-friendly’. How well do schools meet these requirements? What else must be done?
Barriers and Enablers to Education: A qualitative exploration of factors among communities in northern Karnataka
A research update from the Samata programme on keeping girls in secondary school.
Masculinities, gender norms and intimate partner violence affecting female sex workers
A qualitative inquiry with female sex workers and their non-paying intimate partners
“Why should I take drugs for your infection?”: Outcomes of formative research on the use of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis in Nigeria
Nigeria has the second highest number of new HIV infections annually, and prevention efforts have yet to significantly slow the epidemic.
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