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Unequal Power Relations in HIV Prevention

A qualitative study among pregnant women in South Africa found many interviewees reported feeling they did not have a say in negotiating condom use and were unable to ask their partner of their HIV status.


Toxic Masculinities and the Spread of HIV in Uganda

Though HIV rates continue to decrease in Uganda, it is still significantly more prevalent among women than men. The reasons behind this disparity are complex, but largely boil down to different forms of gender inequality.


Youth Urged to Create Digital Solutions to Help Tackle HIV and AIDS

A forum in Rwanda focused on the importance of engaging youth to design new innovative solutions to tackle the HIV epidemic and provide access to sexual and reproductive health information and services.


Women, HIV and the Criminal Justice System in the US

Adequate HIV knowledge, prevention, treatment and care services for women in the US criminal justice system is critical, as they are are disproportionately affected by HIV compared to the general population.


Using Innovative Approaches to Fight HIV and AIDS

The Community Rights and Gender Meeting hosted in Ghana focused on adopting innovative approaches to end HIV and AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. Discussions focused around human rights and developing gender-responsive instruments to reduce HIV among adolescent girls and young women.


First Lady of Zimbabwe Signs Declaration on HIV and Tuberculosis

Ms. Mnangagwa signed the Declaration and stressed the importance of health education, appropriate information for behaviour change and use of prevention services for HIV and tuberculosis.


New Project Promotes Healthy Sexuality for Women living with HIV

Allison Carter, a health sciences researcher, is launching a new feminist, sex-positive website and social media project that aims to normalize sex and reduce stigma and fear for women living with HIV. Her research comes from a cohort study which indicated that over 80% of women living with HIV in Canada have experienced some form of violence.


Researchers Working on New Way to Prevent HIV Infection in Women

University of Waterloo researchers are working on a new way to prevent women from becoming infected with HIV. Due to socio-cultural factors, they are often unable to negotiate condom usage. The team is looking at long-term methods to protect women from infection.


Women living with HIV are Invisible in our Society but We are Working Towards Equality

‘Invisible No Longer’, the latest report from Terrence Higgins Trust and the Sophia Forum, has shed a light on a number of issues that impact women living with HIV in the UK - particularly violence.


Join the Fight with Eve for Life

Based in Jamaica, Eve for Life is a non-governmental organization which provides psycho-social support and improving sexual and reproductive health and rights for women and girls living with or affected by HIV.