STOPAIDS factsheet: Adolescents and young people and HIV

STOPAIDS Factsheet Adolescents and young people and HIV.pdf

An estimated 3.9 million young people (15-24) are living with HIV and the rate of new infections is increasing. STOPAIDS has launched a factsheet with good practice guidance on how we can tailor programmes to meet young people’s needs. The factsheet takes a life course approach and looks at how biological, behavioural, social and structural factors influence HIV outcomes. 

A STRIVE case study featured on the factsheet details the ICRW partner project reducing stigma towards people living with HIV through training faculty members and young people at universities. 

Related resources on Stigma

A systematic review of interventions to reduce HIV-related stigma and discrimination from 2002 to 2013: how far have we come?

Stigma and discrimination among female sex workers: Learnings from a pilot project in north Karnataka, India

The gendered influence of stigma on HIV testing behaviour: Results from a population-based survey of women and men in Rwanda


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