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Case Study

Entrenched gender inequality is a major contributor to Swaziland's HIV prevalence rate, which in turn, hinders poverty reduction and national devel

Although many in Ecuador do not recognize the link between gender-based violence (GBV) and HIV, the Ministry of Public Health has made an effort to

Gender-based violence (GBV) is widely recognized as both a cause and a consequence of HIV infection. To help program managers integrate GBV prevent

Home-based HIV testing and counseling (HBHTC) has emerged as a promising approach to meet the Kenyan government’s challenge—that 80 percent of al

In South Africa, men are increasingly rejecting wide-spread stereotypes of manhood by stepping forward to challenge gender roles that compromise th

In Kenya, the government's work against HIV is supplemented frequently by civil society organizations (CSOs). These organizations, however, are oft

The Polyclinic of Hope in Rwanda takes a comprehensive approach to combating gender-based violence for genocide survivors affected by HIV by facili

A complex matrix of factors, such as low literacy, early sexual initiation, and limited economic opportunities, increases the vulnerability of wome

Integrating strategies to address gender inequity and change harmful gender norms is an increasingly important component of HIV programs. Howev

Successful outreach to most-at-risk populations (MARPs) recognizes the sociocultural context and particularly the gendered norms in which MARPs liv

Family Planning Integration Documents

Rwanda is one of the most densely populated, poorest countries in Africa. The 1994 genocide fueled the spread of HIV infection, with thousands of s

Promising Practice

HIV infection and intimate-partner violence share a common risk environment in much of southern Africa. The aim of the Interve

The overall objective of the Women's Health CoOp study is to obtain a better understanding of the relationship between alcohol

Refentse uses an integrated, nurse-driven delivery model of post-rape care that includes the following services: post-exposure

The One Man Can Campaign supports men and boys to take action to end domestic and sexual violence and to promote healthy, equi

The Kivulini Women's Rights Organization's core purpose is to build momentum for the prevention of domestic violence against w

Technical Consultation Material

October 2012, Johannesburg, South Africa- This technical exchange brought together Gender Focal Points from PEPFAR country teams and headqua

April 2012, Washington, DC- This meeting, hosted by the PEPFAR Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) and Gender Technical Working Gr

April 2011, Namibia - More than 80 participants representing fourteen countries joined multilateral donors and organizations to share appr

May 2010, Washington, DC - At this consultation, country delegates along with invited research, program, and gender-based violence experts

Report

Sexual violence and exploitation against children is steeped in contextual determinants, such as the socio-economic development and legacy of war-t

AIDSTAR-One conducted a situational analysis to determine factors that support or hinder effective care for children who have experienced sexual vi

A gender assessment was conducted in Kyrgyzstan to inform and guide the design and formulation of the PEPFAR/Central Asia Region gender strategy. T

Because gender-based violence (GBV) is widely recognized as both a cause and a consequence of HIV infection, the President's Emergency Plan for AID

Despite increased understanding of the link between gender and HIV and, more recently, the value of using multiple gender strategies to mitigate wo

Spotlight

Gender-based violence (GBV) is increasingly recognized as a critical driver of the HIV epidemic in many settings, particularly in sub-Saharan Afric

gender-based violence (GBV)

Technical Brief

While gender, poverty, and gender-based violence alone do not define HIV risk, they increase women’s vulnerability. Gender-responsive economic em

Gender inequity is a fundamental driver in the HIV epidemic, and integrating strategies to address gender inequity and change harmful gender no

Tools and Curricula

These technical considerations and accompanying job aids serve as a guide for medical providers to address and respond to the unique needs and righ

This guide serves as a tool for program managers to not only begin to address GBV within their programs, but also to plan for greater integration a

This compendium describes how 31 programs in Africa are using gender strategies to improve HIV services and reduce vulnerability to HIV infection.

Health Policy Initiative Document

Guide focusing on building the capacity of religious leaders to address gender-based violence in their communities.

This brief provides an overview of the activities to combat gender-based violence (GBV) being implemented by the Health Policy Initiative in Tanzan

This document describes a project targeted at GHV in Mexico and Thailand, countries with concentrated HIV epidemics but differing services for MSM

The HPI piloted HIV clinic-based screening for violence and other forms of S&D against MSM and TG in select sites in Mexico and Thailand.

This flyer describes USAID | Health Policy Initiative's tools and resources for combating gender-based violence.

This training manual aims to educate religious leaders and communities about how they can come together to end violence against women.

This report reviews Post-exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) policies for sexual assault.

This manual is designed to guide trainers in conducting awareness raising workshops for religious leaders and women leaders of faith on GBV and HIV