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30 Oct 17 Gender-Based Violence

Gender-based violence and HIV/AIDS are recognised as significant public health issues throughout Sub- Saharan Africa. Countless women, men, and children in the region are affected by these twin epidemics. While an array of programmes and advocacy strategies have emerged to challenge men’s violence and slow the spread of the virus, much remains to be done. Crucial to the success of this work is ensuring a central role for those most directly affected by violence and HIV.

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