When women lead, change happens

by
UNAIDS

More women are accessing antiretroviral therapy than men, transferring the benefits of their good health to their families and economies. When young women are empowered and have their rights fulfilled, HIV prevalence falls, there are fewer unintended pregnancies, fewer maternal deaths and fewer dropouts from school and more women join the workforce. When young women have access to education, health outcomes dramatically improve.

Tags: People living with HIV (PLHIV), Women, Global, Epidemiology, Gender, Human rights, Inequalities in health, Social issues, Stigma and discrimination

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