The Socio-Economic Impact of HIV at the Household Level in Asia: A Regional Analysis of the Impact on Women and Girls

The report outlines the specific impacts that women and girls face on a daily basis that range from employment and household burden to discrimination and access to treatment. By comparing across countries in the region, and across HIV-affected and non-affected households, the analysis provides unique insights into the dynamics of the epidemic and improved understanding of the specific impact HIV has on women and girls. It highlights the many differences between countries in the region, but also the numerous similarities, and therefore how they might learn from one another.

Unit: HIV, Health and Development
Year: 2011
Category: Research and Policy Series
Printed version available? Yes
File: SEImpactOfHIVAtTheHouseholdLevelInAsia-WomenAndGirls.pdf

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Created at 11/25/2011 3:08 PM  by Daniel James Cooper 
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