Gender, Rights, and Diversity: Making the Global Fund Work for Women

Publish Year : 2015
Publisher : ATHENA Network
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Description :

This article examines opportunities for women to engage with the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria. Suggestions are made for the community, national, and global levels. Insight and discussions are included from collaborations of various organizations including: AIDS Legal Network, ATHENA Network, Access Chapter 2 South Africa, International Community of Women Living with HIV East Africa (ICWEA), Uganda, and Coalition of Women Living with HIV and AIDS (COWLHA) in Malawi.  



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