Gender Inequality and HIV

Publish Year : 2016
Publisher : AVERT
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Description :

This webpage provides a comprehensive understanding of how gender inequalities are linked to increased HIV vulnerabilities. It discusses many different aspects of inequality in relation to HIV, including violence, social norms, education, legislation, poverty and more. It also provides information on what global-level commitments exist to combat gender inequalities and reduce the disproportionate burden of HIV on women and girls. 


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