|Publish Year :||2011|
|Publisher :||Population Council|
|Author Name :||Bruce J., Haberland N., Joyce A., Roca E., Sapiano T.N.|
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As the recognition towards the disproportionate female-to-male infection ratio is being recognized, more programs around gender and HIV are being developed. However, this paper argues that many of these programs do not have specific target audiences, content, or evaluation plans. This paper reviews 63 well-known HIV and Gender programs and evaluates their attribution to gender inequities, selected target populations, measurement of results, and more. Recommendations are given to ensure the strengthening of HIV program design moving forward.