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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HIV-related stigma and universal testing and treatment for HIV prevention and care: design of an implementation science evaluation nested in the HPTN 071 (PopART) cluster-randomized trial in Zambia and South Africa
HIV-related stigma and discrimination can act as barriers to the implementation of successful HIV prevention programmes.
The HIV prevention cascade: integrating theories of epidemiological, behavioural, and social science into programme design and monitoring
The HIV prevention cascade is emerging as a new approach to guide the design and monitoring of HIV prevention programmes in a way that integrates these multiple perspectives.
Maisha: Microfinance and gender training to reduce violence against women
This brochure highlights the impact and cost-effectiveness of the Maisha study, a specific intervention to reduce intimate partner violence.
Reframing men and boys in policy for gender equality - Jerker Edström
This session outlines evidence-based principles as guidance for reframing gender policy and understanding the transformation of gender norms in dynamic structural contexts.
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