Health / Emotional and sexual life - Jordan

Addressing gender issues in HIV programmes Qualitative analysis of access to and experience of HIV services in Jordan and Yemen

25.07.2016 / Created by (EMWF)

This study gives a gender analysis of women´s access to HIV/AIDS programmes and services in Jordan and Yemen. It aims at identifying whether gender norms may increase women´s vulnerability to acquire HIV, and have a negative impact on access to and quality of experience of HIV/AIDS programmes and services. The study is based on interviews with beneficiaries of HIV services and programmes, in addition to HIV service providers.The data generated from the analysis can be used by programme managers and policy-makers to strengthen the gender-responsiveness of HIV programming and HIV-related policies in the Region.

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  • Type of publication : Study / Report
  • Author : World Health Organization (WHO)
  • Publishing house : World Health Organization (WHO)
  • Publication date : 2015
  • Number of pages : 23
  • Language : English

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Al-Mashreq for development and population
Center for Research in Applied Economics for Development-CREAD
The Palestinian Association for Empowerment and Local Development - REFORM
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Challenge Association of Sustainable Development (A.C.D.D.)
Jordanian Journalist Association
Kings Road Association
Mauritanian Council of Businesswomen – CMFA
The Individual Initiative for Human Rights  - Masir
Amal Association for the family and the child
Association of Organisations of Mediterranean Businesswomen (AFAEMME)
Fédération de la Ligue Démocratique pour les Droits des Femmes (FLDDF Injad Beni Mellal)
Arab Women Parlamentarian Network
University of Sousse
Mediterranean Observatory of Communication (OMEC)
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Carmen Garraton
Benno pour reussir
Hassène Kassar
Oxfam Intermon Maroc
Infakto Research Workshop
Association Irtikaa
Faculty of Humanities-Martil, Abdelmalek Essaâdi University
Mediterravenir
Mor Masa Ritüeli
Action et Promotion Sociale et Culturelle
Women's Security Index (WSI)
Rayhana Association for Women of Jendouba
Jordan Forum for Business and Professional Women
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Arab Institute for Human Rights
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