STRIVE joins SHARE in 'making connections': Women, sanitation and health

Women and girls have distinct needs that are often overlooked in policy and planning in the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector. As result, specific vulnerabilities experienced by women are not always addressed.

Women and girls have distinct needs that are often overlooked in policy and planning in the water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) sector. As result, specific vulnerabilities experienced by women are not always addressed.

Understanding stigma together: A workshop with sex workers

An assessment of the forms and manifestations of stigma against HIV-positive sex workers in Belgaum district in Karnataka, India.

Can women ‘refuse’ condoms? Dilemmas of condom negotiation among men living with HIV in South Africa

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Research on the nature of relationships, disclosure of HIV status and gender power dynamics

New Raising Voices website

STRIVE affiliate Raising Voices has launched a fantastic new website.

You can visit their resource library, learn about Raising Voices' approach to activism and read about SASA!, the community mobilisation approach to preventing violence against women.

Describing the impact of health research: A research impact framework

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Helping researchers systematically identify a range of specific and verifiable impacts related to their work

Gender Violence and Health Centre submits evidence to UK Parliament Select Committee

The Gender Violence and Health Centre (GVHC) at LSHTM has submitted written evidence to the UK Parliament Select Committee on International Development.  

SASA! An introduction

This short version of STRIVE's video about SASA! introduces the programme and its work in Uganda. SASA! is an innovative approach to mobilising communities to prevent violence against women and HIV. It is designed by Raising Voices and implemented in Kampala, Uganda, by the Center for Domestic Violence Prevention, CEDOVIP.

New case studies on reducing HIV stigma

ICRW tested a range of interventions to reduce HIV stigma in India. Key outcomes and lessons learned are summarised in a series of five case studies.

ICRW tested a range of interventions to reduce HIV stigma in India. Key outcomes and lessons learned are summarised in a series of five case studies.

Stigma reduction case studies

Series of five case studies based on ICRW’s work to adapt and test a global HIV stigma reduction framework in India.

Stemming girls’ chronic poverty: Catalysing development change by building just social institutions

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This report highlights ways in which five context-specific social institutions inform and determine the life opportunities and agency of girls and young women.

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