Case Study: Understanding Positive Women's Experiences to Improve Responses (South Africa)
The AIDS Legal Network, a South African non-profit organization, undertook an extensive study covering four areas of the country (New Brighton, Eastern Cape; Illovo, KwaZulu Natal; and Beacon Valley and Tafelsig, Western Cape) to better understand the experiences and realities of positive women. The study was undertaken to enhance women’s access to, and benefit from available HIV prevention, testing, treatment, care and support services without fear of discrimination, abuse and other rights violations.
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Situational Analysis of HIV and Violence against Women. The following tool can be used as a guide when conducting a situational analysis of HIV and violence against women and girls at the Macro, Sectoral, Provincial, Institutional/Organizational, Community and Individual levels: Luciano, D. 2009. Development Connections: A Manual for Integrating the Programmes and Services of HIV and Violence Against Women (pgs. 47-50). Available in English and Spanish.
Stakeholder mapping for integrating HIV and Violence against Women programmes and services. The following tool can be used as a guide when conducting Stakeholder mapping for integrating HIV and violence against women and girls programmes and services: Luciano, D. 2009. Development Connections: A Manual for Integrating the Programmes and Services of HIV and Violence Against Women (pg. 53). Available in English and Spanish.
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