HIV/AIDS, Food Security, and Gender Equality Report

Publish Year : 2006
Publisher : Interagency Coalition on AIDS and Development (ICAD)
Author Name : Hill C.L.M.
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Description :

The XVI International AIDS Conference, August 2006, identified food and nutrition security as issues that are critically interlinked with HIV/AIDS and that need to be addressed along a continuum of prevention, treatment, care, and positive living. Four sessions focused specifically on the particular relationships between food security and HIV/AIDS; one was on HIV, Gender, and Development. This report synthesizes the key issues raised and identifies common themes.

 


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