Evidence for interventions to strengthen the HIV prevention cascade: a systematic review of reviews - Shari Krishnaratne

How do we invigorate HIV prevention? To address this question, Shari Krishnaratne presented a new model - the prevention cascade - as a basis to conceptualise, develop, implement and finance interventions. Rather than isolating biomedical, behavioural and structural measures from each other, the prevention cascade makes combination prevention practical.

Knowledge into action: Alliance building for alcohol policy change - Savera Kalideen

In this session, STRIVE partner Soul City explains how their Phuza Wize initiative combined research, social mobilisation and alliance building to lobby for a public-health oriented alcohol policy in South Africa. Presenter Savera Kalideen describes:

Mitigating the effect of food insecurity on adherence to HIV treatment in Tanzania: Are conditional cash and food transfers effective strategies? Learning Lab, 20 October 2016

Join us for a free webinar on 20 October 2016 at 4pm.

Join us for a free webinar on 20 October 2016 at 4pm.

Greentree II: Violence against Women and Girls, and HIV

Report on a high-level consultation on the evidence and implications

Pursuing authenticity from process to outcome in a community-based participatory research study of intimate partner violence and HIV vulnerability in north Karnataka, India

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This article describes how STRIVE researchers and partners used a community-based participatory research to better understand violence and lack of condom use among female sex workers and their male intimate partners.

Greentree II

In interviews, three participants reflect on Greentree II, a high level consultation on HIV and violence against women and girls.

Sunita Kishor, Director: Demographic Health Surveys, Maryland

Avni Amin, Technical Officer: Department of Reproductive Health and Research, WHO, Geneva

Pumulo Mandale, Director: Gender Rights Protection, Ministry of Gender and Child Development, Zambia

Also mothers, daughters and lovers: Social relations and sex work in India – Mirna Guha

In this webinar, Mirna Guha shares her PhD research on sex work, social relations and violence in Eastern India.

Greentree II: The evidence on HIV and sexual violence

What do we know about the links between HIV and violence against women and girls (VAWG)?

What do we know about the links between HIV and violence against women and girls (VAWG)?

Uptake from the grassroots, upward

In India, considerable decision-making power is devolved from the national government to state governments.

In India, considerable decision-making power is devolved from the national government to state governments.

Stakeholder meeting on violence prevention trial in Tanzania

The Maisha study in Mwanza assesses the effectiveness of microfinance and gender training in reducing partner violence and related HIV risk. On 31 August 2016, a number of organisations met in Dar-es-Salaam to learn more and align efforts.

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