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Case Study

There continues to be a tremendous focus on enrolling people in treatment programs and ensuring that they remain in care. This case study examines

Although many in Ecuador do not recognize the link between gender-based violence (GBV) and HIV, the Ministry of Public Health has made an effort to

Gender-based violence (GBV) is widely recognized as both a cause and a consequence of HIV infection. To help program managers integrate GBV prevent

A complex matrix of factors, such as low literacy, early sexual initiation, and limited economic opportunities, increases the vulnerability of wome

Family Planning Integration Documents

In recent years, the Government of the Republic of Zambia (GRZ) has made some significant improvements in health outcomes. The country is on track

Uganda has enjoyed relative stability, has achieved economic reform, and has had many political and social advances since 1986, under President Yow

Tanzania, with an unbroken record of political stability and abundant natural resources, is a key partner of the United States in East Africa. In r

Rwanda is one of the most densely populated, poorest countries in Africa. The 1994 genocide fueled the spread of HIV infection, with thousands of s

Nigeria is Africa’s most populous nation, and although it enjoys considerable oil and gas resources, its health indicators are among the worst in t

Malawi is a small, land-locked country in Southern Africa. The latest estimates of Malawi’s health workforce in the 2000s demonstrate a critical sh

Promising Practice

Between July 2004 and July 2005, a research team discussed with girls and women individually and in focus groups the "wayo" sy

Biruh Tesfa addresses vulnerabilities of migrant adolescent girls who have relocated to urban areas and are at risk of coerced

HIV Prevention Knowledge Base Entry

Providing family planning services to women with HIV who wish to postpone or avoid pregnancy can prevent vertical transmission of HIV from mother t

Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) aims to prevent acquisition of HIV through use of antiretroviral (ARV) agents before potential exposure to HIV. Sev

Microbicides are products formulated for individuals to apply topically (vaginally or rectally) to reduce their risk of HIV and possibly other sexu

couples, microbicides, women

Technical Consultation Material

May 2010, Washington, DC - At this consultation, country delegates along with invited research, program, and gender-based violence experts

Report

A gender assessment was conducted in Kyrgyzstan to inform and guide the design and formulation of the PEPFAR/Central Asia Region gender strategy. T

Because gender-based violence (GBV) is widely recognized as both a cause and a consequence of HIV infection, the President's Emergency Plan for AID

Spotlight

Quarraisha Abdool Karim calls on implementers to “push the paradigm,” amplifying promising approaches to HIV prevention among young sub-Saharan wom

microbicides, women

Technical Brief

While gender, poverty, and gender-based violence alone do not define HIV risk, they increase women’s vulnerability. Gender-responsive economic em

Tools and Curricula

This guide serves as a tool for program managers to not only begin to address GBV within their programs, but also to plan for greater integration a

This compendium describes how 31 programs in Africa are using gender strategies to improve HIV services and reduce vulnerability to HIV infection.

Health Policy Initiative Document

This success story focuses on how the first-ever registered NGO for HIV-positive women in Mexico promotes empowerment and networking.

This brief provides an overview of the activities to combat gender-based violence (GBV) being implemented by the Health Policy Initiative in Tanzan

This literature and program review focuses on programs to prevent HIV infection among vulnerable female adolescents and the general population—inc

This document summarizes the process that resulted in the design and validation of two resources developed by HPI | TO1.

This training manual aims to educate religious leaders and communities about how they can come together to end violence against women.

This report reviews Post-exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) policies for sexual assault.