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New HIV Infections Worry Stakeholders

In Uganda, The International Community of Women Living with HIV in Eastern Africa (ICWEA) and its partners are training young women in practical skills towards economic empowerment and preventing HIV infections.

85% Raj Rural Women Don't Know About HIV/AIDS

According to India's National Family Health Survey (NFHS) 2016, only 14.7% of women in rural Rajasthan, India have a comprehensive knowledge of HIV and AIDS.

World Renowned Professors Visit Chatsworth Hospice

Prof. Quarraisha Abdool Karim explained that reducing HIV in young women is the only answer to downtrend the epidemic and interventions that address gender, power and the value of women must be given priority.

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Recent Resource

HIV Risk and Barriers to Care for African-born Immigrant Women

The primary objective of this study was to gain an insight into the strategies that will limit the...

The Sexual and Reproductive Health Needs of Very Young Adolescents Aged 10–14 in Developing Countries: What Does the Evidence Show?

This report draws on analyses of national survey data and literature review results to provide an...

Knowing is Not Enough: Migrant Workers’ Spouses Vulnerability to HIV

A cross-sectional survey among migrants' wives in two rural villages of Chitwan district, Nepal...

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