Going Beyond Gender as Usual: Why and How Global HIV/AIDS Donors Can Do More for Women and Girls
AbstractThis brief shows how three of the biggest donors to global HIV/AIDS programs can go beyond their stated commitments to address gender inequality and more effectively combat HIV and AIDS.
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Women; girls; HIV/AIDS; global programs; gender inequality; violence; men; family; community; donors; gender; world bank; Uganda;
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