In a new piece written for World AIDS Day in The Guardian, Center for Health and Gender Equity president Serra Sippel discusses the need to continue the progress that has been made on HIV prevention for girls and young women.
Sippel argues the need for the United States to continue funding HIV research and prevention for women and girls, highlighting the DREAMS partnership as an example of a successful public-privation collaboration.
"The programme has put into use the Girl Roster, a new tool created by the Population Council to identify girls who are particularly at risk of HIV and hard to find, with prevention efforts focused accordingly. Dreams also provides girls and their families with access to financial literacy and savings education programmes."
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