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Read, explore and act: Ways you can help #EndHIV4Her
Edition 2: June 2016
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The issues we must address to #EndHIV4Her

Dr. Timothy Mastro, Director, Global, Health, Population & Nutrition, FHI 360

The momentum to protect girls and women from HIV and achieve an AIDS-free generation is picking up speed. The International AIDS Conference returns to Durban, South Africa, in July 2016, for the first time since 2000. The AIDS effort has been transformed during these 16 years, but there is still much to be done, especially for girls and young women. AIDS 2016 offers an opportunity to re-energize our HIV prevention efforts and bring together the holistic, integrated approaches that are most likely to lead to reduced HIV infections for those most vulnerable, especially girls and young women.
 

read.

Man and woman discussing #whatwomenwant

Global HIV advocates gather to discuss #whatwomenwant in the next phase of the response to HIV

by UNAIDS

Eliminating AIDS by 2030: End the epidemic in children, adolescents and young women

by Charles Lyons, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation

Empowering women and girls for an HIV-free future

by Tommy Lobben, Johnson & Johnson

Growing up HIV-positive: From diagnosis to activism

by Juliana Odindo, IAS member and youth advocate

explore.

Let's #EndHiv4Her!
Let's #EndHIV4Her!
Maryam’s Story: IAS Youth Voices
Maryam’s Story: IAS Youth Voices

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