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  1. Master of Public Health Research Project: Unmarried Women in Ghana, Africa: Predictors of Condom Use- An Analysis of the 2008 Ghana Demographic and Health Survey/Questionnaire Database, Emilie Hill, May 2010.

    This research project evaluates data from Ghana's 2008 Demographic and Health Survey to predict condom use at last sexual encounter among unmarried women and concludes in part that education, not threat of violence, is the most significant indicator ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 5/8/2013 1:46pm

  2. Sex Work, Criminalization, and HIV: Lessons from Advocacy History, Anna Forbes, BETA (2010)

    Sex workers are frequently omitted from discussions about the links between criminalization, marginalization, and increased HIV transmission. At the IAS 2010 conference in Vienna, substantial attention was focused on the negative impacts that criminalizat ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 6/14/2017 11:19am

  3. 10 Reasons Why Criminalization of HIV Exposure or Transmission Harms Women, Athena Network (2009)

    The authors conclude that HIV criminalization leads to negative public health outcomes, increased gender-based violence, and greater social and political inequalities for women. Because women are more likely to be the first to know their HIV status due to ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 12/3/2017 11:43am

  4. HIV INTERVIEW FORM No. 917, Mississippi State Department of Health (2009)

    The six "requirements" which all HIV-positive individuals are directed to acknowledge in writing on this Mississippi State Department of Health form include the " n ecessity of not causing pregnancy or becoming pregnant, " and the nece ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 11/15/2017 4:31pm

  5. Guide to HIV, Pregnancy and Women's Health, i-Base (2009)

    The guide focuses on providing women with the information that they need regarding HIV treatment and care if they are considering pregnancy or are currently pregnant.  The information provided is to act as a reference before, during, and after pregnancy.  ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 10/15/2018 5:26pm

  6. Know Your Rights: HIV and Pregnancy, The Center for HIV Law and Policy (2010)

    Women who are HIV-positive and pregnant or considering becoming pregnant often face judgment and discrimination from the very medical care providers they rely upon to keep them healthy. This brief front-and-back handout provides an outline of the rights o ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 4/10/2018 5:50pm

  7. Protecting HIV-Positive Women’s Human Rights: Recommendations for the United States National HIV/AIDS Strategy, Aziza Ahmed et al., 17 Reproductive Health Matters 127 (2009)

    This article argues that the U.S. National HIV/AIDS Strategy must explicitly commit to a human rights framework when developing programs and policies that address the needs of women. This is particularly vital with regard to government-sanctioned stigma a ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 5/11/2016 12:08pm

  8. HIV and Pregnancy: Medical and Legal Considerations for Women and Their Advocates, Center for HIV Law and Policy (2009)

    This report and guide outlines the medical and legal issues surrounding HIV and pregnancy in the United States. It makes it clear that persistent beliefs among medical, social service, and justice system professionals that women with HIV should avoid chil ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 3/13/2018 3:28pm

  9. Sex Rights and the Law in a World with AIDS, Meeting Report and Recommendations, International Center for Research on Women (2009)

    This report represents conclusions reached at a 2009 conference sponsored by the International Center for Research on Women, aids2031, the United Nations Development Program, the Global Coalition on Women and AIDS, and the Ford Foundation. The conference& ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 11/15/2017 4:50pm

  10. Missing Targets: Failing Women, Failing Children: HIV Vertical Transmission and Women's Health, International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (2009)

    This report, published by the International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC), investigates why the world is missing its target, set back in 2001, to reduce mother-to-child HIV transmission by half. Based on extensive research on the ground, the rep ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 10/15/2018 6:14pm

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