Women, HIV/AIDS and Development: Towards Gender Appropriate Strategies in South East Asia and the South Pacific

Publish Year : 1992
Publisher : BRIDGE (development - gender)
Author Name : S. Baden
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Description :

This report consists of six sections and provides an overview of the gender implications of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in South East Asia and the South Pacific, and a review of HIV/AIDS prevention and control strategies in these regions, with particular reference to gender issues in their design and implementation. The issues involved are complex and there is considerable diversity of situations among countries. Hence, this document draws out broad themes with illustrative examples from particular countries.

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