Getting Started: HIV, AIDS and Gender in WFP Programmes

Publish Year : 2006
Publisher : World Food Programme (WFP)
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Description :

This publication provides specific information for WFP staff and its partners about gender and HIV and AIDS to help strengthen programmes. It is based on lessons learned during case studies on gender HIV/AIDS, literature review of gender and HIV/AIDS related tools and documents, and input from the Global HIV/AIDS Meeting held in Dubai in 2005. The relevance to food security is discussed, gender analysis is reviewed, and the basic steps for WFB described.


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