Gender and HIV/AIDS: Supporting Resources Collection

Publish Year : 2010
Publisher : Institute of Development Studies
Author Name : Bell E.
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Description :

This resource pack aims to contribute to a better understanding of how incorporating gender awareness into approaches to address the HIV/AIDS epidemic greatly improves their chances of success. The collection features key texts which discuss different strategies that have been employed to combat the epidemic and provides recommendations for policymakers and practitioners. It provides practical examples of innovative approaches from around the world, aiming to strengthen capacity building, advocacy, service delivery, and research through addressing gender inequality. The publication also provides summaries of operational toolkits and guides as well as information about course, useful websites, networking and contact details for organization from around the world specializing in gender and HIV/AIDS.


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