Chapel Hill, NC: MEASURE Evaluation, 2014. 60 p.
Decades of research from around the world has demonstrated that gender inequality negatively affects a range of health outcomes for adults, and gender inequality has been recognized as a key driver of the worldwide HIV epidemic. Managers at the national and subnational levels need information on the intersection of gender and HIV to address gender in the planning and implementing of HIV programs. Policy makers need information on interventions that are effective in accounting for gender inequities for decision making on national and global levels. This report presents the results of a gender-based analysis conducted in Rwanda that used all HIV- and gender-related data made available to the MEASURE Evaluation team.
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