Gender, Food Security and AIDS in Internally Displaced People's (IDP's) Camps in Uganda: Implications for HIV-Responsive Policy and Programming

Publish Year : 2008
Publisher : International Food Policy Research Institute
Author Name : Bukuluki P.
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Description :

This paper provides an overview of research conducted in 2007-08 into the interactions between gender relations, HIV and AIDS and food security in war-affected communities in Northern Uganda. It first reviews the policy and legal context associated with these issues; and then outlines key findings and lists policy recommendations.

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