Women's Property Rights as an AIDS Response: Emerging Efforts in South Asia

Publish Year : 2007
Publisher : International Center for Research on Women (ICRW)
Author Name : Swaminathan H., Bhatla N., and Chakraborty S.
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Description :

This report highlights programs that work through legal and cultural mechanisms to prevent women from being dispossessed and impoverished due to HIV and AIDS. Evidence shows that a complex, comprehensive strategy is needed to link women's property rights with HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment, counseling and care services.

 


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