Tagged as: SRHR

PITCH end term evaluation report 03 Mar 2021

A critical analysis of the PITCH programme’s contribution to evidence-based changes in relation to its theory of change....

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From ‘Enemies of the state’ to allies 08 Jan 2021

LGBTI communities in Zimbabwe are forging new alliances with the Government in policy making to drive meaningful change. ...

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Young people challenging child marriage in Indonesia 08 Jan 2021

Legal success is turning the end of child marriage in Indonesia into a burgeoning movement for action on HIV and SRHR....

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Women living with HIV unite to challenge the World Health Organisation 08 Jan 2021

How women living with HIV in Uganda campaigned for the lifesaving medication they want and need. ...

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Gaining power: how sex workers in Mozambique made their voices heard 07 Jan 2021

Sex workers in Mozambique are demanding their rights and achieving results....

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Eswatini: ‘Is it a crime to love someone?’ 16 Dec 2020

In Eswatini, nowhere does the lack of respect shown to people because of their sexual orientation go deeper than in religious circles. Imagine then wh...

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Bakar’s story: the strength to be myself 05 Nov 2020

How Bakar, a young gay Mozambican, takes good care of his sexual health in a country where stigma and discrimination can make it a real challenge....

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UK must safeguard HIV funding despite cuts to aid budget 24 Jul 2020

The UK has revealed plans to cut Overseas Development Assistance (ODA) by £2.9 billion, following an announcement last month to merge the Department ...

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UNAIDS’ new strategy must focus on HIV prevention and face down the threats 04 Jun 2020

HIV prevention must be at the heart of UNAIDS new strategy for beyond 2021, but first it is vital to recognise the scale of failure to meet the 2020 t...

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