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- DocumentSonke Gender Justice Network, 2008The One Man Can Campaign encourages men to become actively involved in advocating gender equality, preventing gender-based violence and responding to HIV and AIDS.Document
Neurodevelopmental trajectory of HIV-infected children accessing care in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo2009This articles aims to assess the effect of HIV care on neurodevelopment.Document
The One Man Can model: Community mobilisation as an approach to promote gender equality and reduce HIV vulnerability in South Africa’ EMERGE Story of Change 6BRIDGE, 2015This story of change pulls out the key findings and recommendations from EMERGE case study 6, which focuses on the One Man Can model in South Africa. One Man Can uses a community mobilisation approach to question gender norms and improve knowledge and practices around sexual and reproductive health.DocumentSTEPS Centre, Institute of Development Studies, 2010Throughout Sub-Saharan Africa, the human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS) pandemic is having devastating and tragic social, economic, and political impacts. HIV/AIDS is both a health issue and a development problem, with complex links to rural livelihoods, human capacity, and natural resource conservation.Document
The SASA! study: a cluster randomised trial to assess the impact of a violence and HIV prevention programme in Kampala, UgandaInternational Initiative for Impact Evaluation, 2014SASA! is a community mobilisation intervention that seeks to prevent violence against women and reduce HIV-risk behaviours. The SASA! study was conducted between 2008 and 2012 in two administrative divisions of Kampala (Makindye and Rubaga).Document
Identifying structural barriers to an effective HIV response: using the national composite policy index data to evaluate the human rights, legal and policy environmentJournal of the International AIDS Society, 2013Attention to the negative effects of structural barriers on HIV efforts is increasing. Reviewing national legal and policy environments with attention to the international human rights commitments of states is a means of assessing and providing focus for addressing these barriers to effective HIV responses.Document2010Despite the significant intersection between HIV and disability, people with disabilities have been largely ignored within national responses to HIV and AIDS, and existing HIV prevention, treatment, care and support programmes generally fail to meet their specific needs.Document2010Recent studies amongst people with disabilities (PWD) in selected African countries suggest that rates of HIV infection are at least similar to, or higher than those of the general population. Despite such studies, PWD have not been routinely identified as a vulnerable population to be integrated within national strategic plans on HIV and AIDS (NSPs) in Eastern and Southern Africa (ESA).Document2010Following the ‘gender get together’ workshop of HEARD’s Gender Equality and HIV Prevention Project, this workshop report identifies several emerging issues in gender and HIV/AIDS research.Document2011Research has shown that HIV prevalence is higher in urban areas than in rural areas in southern and eastern Africa. Furthermore, as urbanisation and the treatment of HIV increases, so does the proportion of people living with HIV and AIDS in cities.