New guide helps put gender at the centre of the HIV response

New guide helps put gender at the centre of the HIV response

Gender inequality, gender-based violence and harmful gender norms fuel the global HIV pandemic, and are in turn entrenched and exacerbated by HIV. Therefore, on the first day of 16 days of activism against gender-based violence, the Partnership to Inspire, Transform and Connect the HIV response (PITCH), presents a new guide for HIV advocates and civil society organisations. The guide provides valuable advice, strategies and examples for using gender transformative approaches across HIV programmes and advocacy. 

Using five dimensions emerging from the PITCH programme experience, it provides a framework for implementing an effective gender transformative HIV response. 

An effective HIV response must have gender at its centre.

 

What does it take to achieve a gender transformative HIV response?

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