The factsheet draws out connections between the disproportionate impact of HIV on women, gender inequality and economic empowerment. Using case studies from STOPAIDS members, the factsheet highlights the importance of meaningfully involving women, addressing structural barriers, transforming gender norms, closely involving the wider community, funding existing community groups to ensure sustainability.
In this consensus paper, STOPAIDS members call for an ambitious framework including an outcomes focussed health goal and targets aiming to end all HIV related deaths, prevent any new HIV infections, and eradicate all stigma and discrimination by 2030.
Entitled “Increasing DFID’s contribution to Addressing HIV among key populations” and building on our earlier critique of DFID’s position paper on HIV and AIDS, the report makes a series of recommendations about how STOPAIDS members believe DFID can work more effectively to advance the rights of communities who are disproportionately affected by AIDS, notably men who … Continued
This fact sheet explores how violence against women and girls increases vulnerability to HIV, why women living with HIV face violence, and current interventions to address violence (2013)