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Read, explore and act: Ways you can help #EndHIV4Her
Edition 3: July 2016
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Getting to the full story: AIDS 2016 offers young women’s perspectives in fight against HIV

By Amy Rupert, Technical Officer, OPTIONS Consortium, FHI 360

The 21st International AIDS Conference in Durban was a celebration of the progress we have made in the last 16 years since the conference was last held in South Africa. But despite this progress, we know that young women around the world, particularly in southern Africa, are two to three times more likely to acquire HIV than young men. In order to halt the HIV epidemic in girls and women, we must be able to empower them to protect themselves from the virus with new prevention tools and the full realization of their sexual and reproductive health and rights.
 

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Man and woman discussing #whatwomenwant

AIDS conference 2016: The gains, the gaps, the next global steps

by Linda-Gail Bekker, President, International AIDS Society

How mothers’ love is reducing pediatric HIV infections in Panama

by Alexandra Hernandez, Johnson & Johnson

HIV/AIDS prevention starts with combating gender inequality

by Hayley Trinh, Education for Equality International

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Adherence to HIV Treatment: Joyce Ouma
Adherence to HIV Treatment: Joyce Ouma
It’s Time to Listen: Young Women and HIV/AIDS in Zambia
It’s time to listen: Young women and HIV/AIDS in Zambia

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