Prevention is for Life

HIV/AIDS: Dispatches from the Field

No. of pages: 48

Publication Date: 2008

Author: UNFPA

ISBN: 978-0-89714-879-5

This advocacy booklet uses real-life examples to explain how HIV prevention can save lives in diverse cultural and geographical settings. It includes chapters on youth and HIV, condom programming, protecting women and girls, linking HIV prevention with other sexual and reproductive health care, and empowering populations who are at particular risk. It also features stories and stunning photography from Belize, China, Egypt, Ethiopia, Nigeria, the Russian Federation and Tajikistan.

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