Created on Friday, 04 Dec 2015 04:39:49

The Journal of the International AIDS Society has today published its Special Supplement on the Sexual and Reproductive Health and Human Rights of Women living with HIV.

All the supplement can be downloaded here: http://www.jiasociety.org/index.php/jias/article/view/20834/pdf

In particular, we want to draw your attention to the two articles based on the global values and preferences survey on this topic commissioned by WHO in 2014, the report from which, "Building a Safe House on FirmGround", we published in January. 

 

These two articles firmly place mental health and GBV on the map as part of the formal evidence base and as key global issues for women living with HIV in all our diversities. 

These two articles are entitled: 

How does living with HIV impact on women’s mental health? Voices from a global survey

Luisa Orza, Susan Bewley, Carmen H Logie, Elizabeth Tyler Crone, Svetlana Moroz, Sophie Strachan,

Marijo Vazquez and Alice Welbourn 

‘‘Violence. Enough already’’: findings from a global participatory survey among women living with HIV

Luisa Orza, Susan Bewley, Cecilia Chung, E Tyler Crone, Hajjarah Nagadya, Marijo Vazquez and Alice Welbourn

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