Making the Response to AIDS Work for Young Women and Girls

Publish Year : 2008
Publisher : UNIFEM
Author Name : Alberdi I.
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Description :

This speech by Ines Alberdi, Executive Director of UNIFEM, was made at the High-Level Meeting on AIDS, UN General Assembly, Panel Discussion 3. Speaking on behalf of the UN, Executive Director Ines Alberdi said that “it is vitally important to address the links between HIV and AIDS and violence against women and girls ... both a cause and a consequence of HIV among women of all ages, but especially young women and girls.”

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