Reports

  • Getting to Zero: the HIV epidemic in the eastern and southern Africa
    Getting to Zero: the HIV epidemic in the eastern and southern Africa
    AIDS-related deaths have fallen by nearly 40% since 2005 in Eastern and Southern Africa  A ten-fold increase in access to antiretroviral therapy has contributed to significant declines in AIDS-related mortality and an average increase in life expectancy across the region  JOHANNESBURG, 30 July 2013—A new report by the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) Regional
  • Say No! To Gender Based Violence
    A growing body of evidence from sub-Saharan Africa highlights the positive link between HIV and gender based violence. REPSSI and MAGGA developed a pilot programme to respond to GBV. The programme focuses not just on the GBV survivor but on how to prevent GBV from happening. The three pronged approach puts emphasis on: i) enhancing
  • Access to Social Protection by PLHIV and Key Groups in Ethiopia
    The study looked into the accessibility of social protection programmes, both run by state and NGOs, by 4 groups: PLHIV, people of key groups (at risk for HIV and affected by),  people with a disability and poor people in general. In 4 study sides, the sample included 304 survey respondents (83% women), 123 focus group