June 27, 2016

Integration to #EndHIV4Her

Welcome to the #EndHIV4Her blog series on integrated development. This series will feature blogs from a variety of perspectives from the global health community on why an integrative approach to development is essential to alleviate and potentially end the HIV epidemic for girls and women. Share your thoughts with us by using #EndHIV4Her on social media.

June 27, 2016

Photo credit: Jessica Scranton/FHI 360

The issues we must address to #EndHIV4Her

Written by Dr. Timothy Mastro, FHI 360

The momentum to protect girls and women from HIV and achieve an AIDS-free generation is picking up speed. Integrated development approaches can help us get there.

June 28, 2016

Woman holding infant

Empowering women and girls for an HIV-free future

Written by Tommy Lobben, Johnson & Johnson

In order to #EndHIV4Her, global and local actors will need to work in concert and continue to give girls the opportunities to find their voice.

July 1, 2016

Portrait of a young woman

Integrated development: A response for women & HIV

Written by Zanele Mabaso, Girls’ Globe

Integrative development approaches to combating HIV/AIDS amongst women and girls is a key plausible solution to responding to the HIV/AIDS epidemic.