Increase Women's Control Over HIV Prevention: Fight AIDS

Publish Year : 2006
Publisher : Global Coalition on Women and AIDS
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Description :

Women account for nearly half of HIV infections worldwide and almost two-thirds of those among young people, with female infections rising in almost every region. Yet 25 years into the global AIDS epidemic, there is still no widely-available technology that women can control to protect themselves from HIV. This is a brief that addresses women's lack of resources to protect themselves from infection and highlights the need for strategies and methods.


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