Children’s Risk and Resilience in the Age of HIV/AIDS
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93% of all children directly affected by HIV and AIDS continue to live in extended families
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Only 34% of youth have a comprehensive understanding of HIV transmission and how to protect themselves
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Creating powerful and effective partnerships
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Poverty fuels the HIV and AIDS epidemic
Learn how household economic strengthening can empower families to provide for the essential needs of children »
Children should be active participants rather than passive recipients
Learn more about using a rights-based approach to involve children in the decisions that affect them »
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- Preventing sexual violence and HIV in children.
- Effective approaches for programming to reduce adolescent vulnerability to HIV infection, HIV risk, and HIV-related morbidity and mortality: a systematic review of systematic reviews.
- Evidence-based programming for adolescent HIV prevention and care: operational research to inform best practices.