Sexual and Reproductive Health Needs of Women and Adolescent Girls Living with HIV

Publish Year : 2006
Publisher : UNFPA
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Description :

In this report, research was conducted in Brazil, Ethiopia, and Ukraine with policy influencers, women and girls living with HIV, and male partners of women living with HIV to explore issues of sexual and reproductive health needs of individuals, family planning, maternal care, and more. Findings revealed that many challenges women and girls living with HIV are due to stigma and discrimination, limited access to information, and poor family and community support.  


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