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Case Study

Both NGO and community-based organization (CBO) approaches can benefit HIV program management. This case study explores the significant role of com

The Georgian Harm Reduction Network (GHRN) is a combination HIV prevention approach that includes a mix of strategies and risk reduction approaches

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

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

Gender inequality is a major contributor to men who have sex with men's (MSM) vulnerability to HIV. Understanding the gender dynamics of MSM, as we

Together, a support network plus access to legal and psychological support are essential components of HIV programming for most-at-risk populations

In Peru, where cultural norms emphasize women's subordination and the importance of masculinity, programs with a focus on gender—particularly those

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

Orphans and other vulnerable children (OVC) are susceptible to abuse, exploitation, violence, and neglect and often do not have access to support s

Events

On December 10th, 2010, in honor of International Human Rights Day, UNAIDS, the United Nations Development Programme, and the Global A

On September 21st, 2010, UNAIDS and 11 other partner organizations hosted a forum in Washington, D.C. The purpose of this event was to

HIV Prevention Knowledge Base Entry

Structural approaches reduce an individual’s vulnerability to HIV by creating the conditions in which people can adopt safer behaviors. For example

Men who have sex with men (MSM) can be difficult to reach with HIV prevention messages and services, since many are secretive about their sexual ac

Due to the complexity of HIV prevention, both programmatic and policy-related interven

Technical Consultation Material

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

February 2009, India - This meeting centered on a discussion of essential program dimensions that must be part of any effort to reach MARP

Report

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

In this issue of Spotlight on Prevention, George Ayala underscores the need for increased attention to and resources for HIV prevention programming

Technical Brief

This technical brief provides a systematic global review and synthesis of practical approaches, program examples, and resources to support human ri

Although only 4 of the 12 Anglophone Caribbean countries publicly collect HIV prevalence data among men who have sex with men (MSM), in Jamaica,

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

Health Policy Initiative Document

This case study describes how TO1 of the HPI and its predecessor, the POLICY Project, helped establish Kenya's first national network of HIV-positi

This brief describes how TO1 of the HPI in Kenya helped HIV-positive health workers come together to form a network to fight stigma and discriminat

This document describes the HPI's efforts to support HIV positive teachers in Kenya in fighting stigma and discrimination, advocating for teachers'

This paper describes how projects supported by USAID, including the HPI, helped Vietnam to greatly improve its HIV policy and legal framework.

The HPI collaborated with in-country partners to establish and operate legal clinics and a hotline as a way to facilitate implementation and monito