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Scaling Up Evidence-Informed HIV Prevention for Adolescent Girls and Young Women

2014 | Download

This brief offers priority interventions for programmers based on evidence from successful programming for women and girls; though a number of the interventions listed also benefit men and boys. The brief is divided into three parts: evidence-informed priority areas for programming; implementation and research gaps that must be addressed; and considerations for scaling up successful programming for girls and young women. For more information on these and other interventions, see www.whatworksforwomen.org. The interventions described here are based on a thorough review of global evidence; however, each country and community response must be tailored to meet the specific opportunities and challenges faced locally.


Karen Hardee, Jill Gay

Produced through PHI's:

What Works for Women & Girls: Evidence for HIV-AIDS Interventions Health Policy Project