Publications on HIV & AIDS

Issued in conjunction with  World AIDS Day 2010, this report states that achieving an AIDS-free generation is possible if the international community steps up efforts to provide universal access to HIV prevention,...

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Issued in conjunction with  World AIDS Day 2010, this report states that achieving an AIDS-free generation is possible if the international community steps up efforts to provide universal access to HIV prevention,...

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  In Uganda, the use and availability of male condoms is essential to preventing unplanned pregnancy and the spread of diseases such as HIV/AIDS. From 1992 to 2002, Uganda successfully reduced the prevalence of HIV/...

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Swaziland has the highest HIV prevalence of any country in the world, with more than one-quarter of the adult population infected. Although large-scale HIV prevention efforts have resulted in a decline in incidence...

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South Africa has the greatest number of people living with HIV in the world, with an estimated 16.9% of the adult population infected. Although large-scale HIV prevention efforts have resulted in a decrease in new...

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In Mali, the use and availability of male condoms is essential to preventing unplanned pregnancy and the spread of diseases such as HIV. Male condoms are an important part of Mali’s national strategy for HIV prevention...

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The prevalence of HIV in Lesotho is among the highest in the world, with almost one-quarter of the adult population infected. Although large-scale HIV prevention efforts have resulted in a 16% decrease in new...

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 The prevalence of HIV in Botswana is among the highest in the world, with nearly one-fifth of the population infected. Although large-scale HIV prevention efforts have resulted in a decrease in new infections over the...

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Gender is an inextricable part of the HIV/AIDS equation. Young women are disproportionately vulnerable to infection; elderly women and young girls are disproportionately affected by the burden of care-giving in the...

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In the HIV/AIDS epidemic,gender – defined as the array of societal beliefs,norms, customs and practices that define ‘masculine’ and ‘feminine’ attributes andbehaviours – plays an integral role in determining an...

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