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Title: Going Beyond Gender as Usual: Why and how Global HIV/AIDS Donors can do more for women and girls
Authors: Droggitis, Christina
Oomman, Nandini
Wendt, David
Keywords: HIV
AIDS
GENDER
PROGRAMME OWNERSHIP
PUBLIC HEALTH
WOMEN'S HEALTH
PEPFAR
GLOBAL FUND
WORLD BANK
MULTI-COUNTRY AIDS PROGRAM (MAP)
Date: Aug-2009
Series/Report no.: CGD brief; August 2009
Abstract: Few people doubt that gender inequality influences the spread of HIV/AIDS. Yet public health efforts tend to focus on changing individual behavior rather than addressing structural factors—social, economic, physical and political—that influence the spread and effects of HIV and AIDS.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/49314
Project Number: 103853
Project Title: HIV/AIDS Monitor Country Studies
Access: IDRC Only
Copyright: Center for Global Development
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