Partnerships Critical to Stopping HIV/AIDS Among Women, Gender-Based Violence
March 16, 2012
"For the past two weeks, the buzz in Washington, D.C., and at the White House is all about women and girls," Roxana Rogers, director of the USAID Office of HIV/AIDS, writes in this "IMPACTblog" post. She highlights a recently announced initiative, funded through PEPFAR, "to help local communities and grassroots organizations fight HIV/AIDS and gender-based violence [GBV]." Rogers continues, "Partnerships between U.S. agencies, civil society, private corporations, and international institutions are key to tackling these issues," and describes several USAID-supported programs working to address HIV/AIDS and GBV (3/15).
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