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The Faceless Epidemic: Where are the Women with HIV?

In the United States, women make up approximately 25 percent of the people living with HIV. Globally, the statistics are quite different: 52 percent of the people living with HIV are women.


It's Time for the Next Generation of HIV Activists to Lead

Young African-American women must be at the forefront of the reproductive justice movement as they are more likely to receive an HIV diagnosis, to die during childbirth and receive a late cervical cancer diagnosis.


Why Young South African Women Are So Vulnerable To HIV

Adolescent girls and young women in South Africa are more susceptible to contracting HIV than their male counterparts. This article takes a gendered look at the HIV epidemic and the challenges adolescent girls and young women face which contribute to high rates of new infections among this demographic.


Skills Development is Key to Reducing HIV Among Girls

The First Lady of Ghana has called for education and skills development programmes to empower young women and girls and so they are better informed to take decisions about their sexuality and prevent HIV.


HIV in Indigenous Women: Underlying Causes and Unsuccessful Resources

Tina Nash, a health promotion facilitator in Alberta, Canada, explains the role HIV status plays when it comes to decisions Indigenous women living with HIV make around their sexual and reproductive health.