Part 2 Gender and HIV/AIDS. HIV/AIDS IS A GENDER ISSUE BECAUSE: I Although HIV effects both men and women , women are more vulnerable because of biological, social, religious and economic factors. Gender and HIV/AIDS. According to UNAIDS global reports 2010
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HIV/AIDS IS A GENDER ISSUE BECAUSE:
I Although HIV effects both men and women, women are more vulnerable because of biological, social, religious and economic factors.
According to UNAIDS global reports 2010
In sub-Saharan Africa women increasingly make up the majority of People living with HIV/AIDS.
What is the number of women living with HIV/AIDS in your country?
II The rapidity of the spread of HIV/AIDS among women can be slowed only if changes are brought in the sexual behaviour of men.
III feminized poverty and women’s limited voice in decision-making
What is the link between HIV/AIDS and GBV?
Why should Health/HIV
project address GBV?
Use a “systems approach,” which entails:
How can Health/HIV project address GBV?
Support efforts to fully integrate attention to GBV within existing health programs, such as
Why should Health Policy project address GBV?
How can Health Policy project address GBV?
Why is it important working with Youth in addressing GBV and HIV/AIDS?
How can Youth work address GBV and HIV/AIDS?