Using Rights-Based Processes Towards Building Gender-Sensitive Responses for Women Living with HIV/AIDS: The UNIFEM South Asia Partnership with the Positive Women Network, India and Centre for Advocacy and Research in India

Publish Year : 2005
Publisher : UNIFEM, Positive Women Network and Centre for Advocacy and Research in India
Author Name : Kousalya P., Shiveshwarkar S., Sivadas A. and Dhar S.
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Description :

This report describes the partnership between UNIFEM South Asia, the Positive Women Network and Centre for Advocacy and Research in enabling the building of a rights-based gender sensitive response to HIV/AIDS.


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