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.
- News30 July 2015 Violence and structural HIV risk to sex workers - Learning Lab, 19 August 2015 Michelle Moore
- News29 July 2015 South African AIDS Conference 2015 Annie Holmes
Strengthening the enabling environment for women and girls: what is the evidence in social and structural approaches in the HIV response?
Evidence related to six key social and structural drivers of HIV have led to increased in HIV-protective behaviours, improvement of services for women and created more gender-equitable relationships and decreased violence
STOPAIDS sex-worker factsheet and resources
A factsheet encourages further dialogue and contribution to the huge advocacy efforts of the global sex worker rights movement.
Length of secondary schooling and risk of HIV infection in Botswana: evidence from a natural experiment
Similar to the work of STRIVE, this study supports further investment in structural interventions.
Supporting adolescent girls to stay in school, reduce child marriage and reduce entry into sex work as HIV risk prevention in north Karnataka, India
This protocol describes the evaluation of STRIVE programme Samata, a cluster randomised controlled trial.
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