Women and HIV in the Asia-Pacific Region: A Development Practitioner’s Guide

Publish Year : 2013
Publisher : UNDP
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Description :

This guide was developed to inform public health practitioners working in the Asia-Pacific region to reduce HIV vulnerabilities, empower women, and address the gender-based injustices which fuel the spread of HIV. It uses examples and region-specific evidence to provide suggestions for policy and programs. Topics such as prevention, education, violence against women, property rights, and vulnerable populations of women are covered in this guide.



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