Gender, poverty, and intergenerational vulnerability to HIV/AIDS
This article examines how poverty and inequality increase girls’ vulnerability to HIV, and affect the ability of older women to care for AIDS sufferers. It outlines the responses of health providers and development organisations to the crisis, and recommends that gender and age analysis be integrated into health and development policy and practice.
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