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  1. In Brief: Meeting the Sexual and Reproductive Health Needs of People Living with HIV, Guttmacher Institute & The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (2006)

    Guttmacher Institute outlines the changing sexual and reproductive health needs of people living with HIV as the disease has become a manageable chronic disease. Included is information on fertility issues and childbearing, prevention of unplanned pregnan ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 4/12/2020 11:06am

  2. Capacitación de Mujeres Jóvenes para Liderar el Cambio, El YWCA Mundial & El Fondo de Población de las Naciones Unidas (2006)

    Capacitación de Mujeres Jóvenes para Liderar el Cambio es una guía que ha sido diseñado para dar apoyo al desarrollo de las habilidades y destrezas de las mujeres jóvenes, y los que trabajan con ellas, para capacitarlas para que asuman el liderazgo en los ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 4/21/2018 5:10pm

  3. Empowering Young Women to Lead Change: A Training Manual, World YWCA & United Nations Population Fund (2006)

    This guide for young women and those working with them offers activities to motivate and enable young women to advocate for change and to mobilize others to do the same. A chapter on HIV/AIDS encourages discussion of  the specific challenges facing women ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 4/12/2020 11:33am

  4. Women In Peril- HIV & AIDS- The Rising Toll on Women of Color, A Report of the New York State AIDS Advisory Council (2005)

    A report based on hearings and meetings with consumers, health care practitioners and social service providers about epidemiologic trends, and successful service models for addressing the needs of women at greatest risk of HIV in New York State. The repor ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 4/21/2018 5:42pm

  5. Perception of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual People of Primary Healthcare Services (New Zealand), Stephen Neville, Mark Henrickson, Issues and Innovation in Nursing Practice (2006)

    More women than men reported that their health care provider usually presumed that they were heterosexual; this kind of attitude among health care providers is an important factor in the selection of a provider, particularly among women. Providers need to ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 2/13/2020 6:46pm