Gender and Monitoring the Response to HIV/AIDS Pandemic

Publish Year : 2004
Publisher : Emerging Infectious Diseases, 10 (11)
Author Name : P. DeLay

Description :

The mechanisms, techniques, and data sources used to monitor and evaluate global AIDS prevention and treatment services may vary according to gender. UNAIDS has been charged with tracking the response to the pandemic by using a set of indicators developed as part of the Declaration of Commitment. The article reviews different types of data that can be used.

 

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