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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Alcohol, young people and HIV risk in Tanzania
Alcohol availability and drinking norms are understood to be among the social and economic factors shaping HIV vulnerability.
Community building to reduce the HIV/AIDS related stigma among female sex workers in Karnataka, India
A strong association was found between community mobilisation and a reduction in the stigmatising attitudes of female sex workers towards HIV/AIDS.
Financing structural interventions: going beyond HIV-only value for money assessments
STRIVE researchers compare three approaches for deciding whether to finance a structural intervention to keep adolescent girls in school in Malawi.
Structural drivers and interventions: State of the evidence and barriers to action
Michael Samson summarises what we know about the structural factors shaping HIV risk and how to tackle them.
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