Protecting the Land and Inheritance Rights of HIV-Affected Women in Kenya and Uganda: A Compendium of Current Programmatic and Monitoring and Evaluation Approaches

Publish Year : 2013
Publisher : MEASURE Evaluation, International Center for Research on Women (ICRW)
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Description :

The compendium provides a review of programs working at the intersection of HIV and women's property and inheritance rights in Kenya and Uganda, countries that have been heavily affected by the HIV epidemic and subsequently are experiencing a high occurrence of property grabbing and disinheritance from widows and orphans. It includes descriptions and analysis of 11 identified organizations and two in-depth case studies.


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