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What Works for Women: Evidence for HIV/AIDS Interventions

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This is essentially an online report reviewing the research on evidence-based methods for addressing the unique vulnerabilities of women to HIV. The website provides strategies and evidence on a range of gender-sensitive programmatic activities for women and girls, organized by 11 broad strategies. Each strategy is divided into three sections: an overview, a summary of available evidence of successful interventions, and a list of gaps in research, programming, or evaluation. In addition, the report provides several overarching recommendations, or "key themes," based on this research.

Publisher: Open Society Institute
Language: English
Formats: Web site, PDF
Region: Global
Audiences: Policymakers, Program Managers, Researchers
Topic Areas: Orphans & Affected Families, Primary Care of HIV-Infected Women, Reproductive Health & Family Planning, Testing & Counseling, General HIV Resources, Primary Care of HIV Infected & Exposed Children
Resource Type: Research Summaries and Reviews