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10 Sep 2018 description

Tikambisane – Support Group Intervention for Girls Living with HIV in Zambia

The International Center for Research on Women (ICRW), Zambart, 3C Regional Consultants and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine conducted a pilot study between September 2017 and March 2018 to assess the feasibility, acceptability and preliminary efficacy of a six-session support group intervention designed to facilitate healthy transitions to adulthood among adolescent girls aged 15-19 living with HIV in Lusaka, Zambia.

11 Sep 2014 description

Worldwide, India ranks third in terms of the number of people live with HIV, affecting 2.1 million people according to recent estimates. Programming efforts aimed at vulnerable populations, including sex workers, men who have sex with men, injecting drugs users, and truckers, have resulted in a decline in the HIV incidence rate. Building off of that success, the National AIDS Control Program (NACP) is working to further accelerate progress in decreasing the transmission of HIV, by targeting increases in low prevalence states, including through spousal transmission.

09 Jan 2013 description

Women and girls between the ages of 15-24 are the population most vulnerable to HIV – double the infection rates among young men. The International Center for Research on Women, as a member of the HIV/AIDS research & advocacy consortium, STRIVE, is working to find solutions that will bring down HIV infection rates among women – and especially young women and adolescent girls who are worst-affected.

This infographic was created by our GOODMaker Challenge winner, Deirdre Mahon.

01 Aug 2006 description

HIV/AIDS-related stigma has long been recognized as a crucial barrier to the prevention, care and treatment of HIV and AIDS. Yet not enough is being done to combat it. One reason has been a lack of information: How do we define stigma? Can stigma be measured? Another reason has been the assumption by development practitioners that stigma is too tied to culture, too context-specific and too linked to taboo subjects like sex to be effectively addressed. Action also has been impeded by a lack of tools and tested interventions.