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Gender and HIV/AIDS in Zimbabwe

a community based research.

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Published by Administrator in United Nations Fund for Women-Southern Africa Regional Office

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        StatementUnited Nations Fund for Women-Southern Africa Regional Office
        PublishersUnited Nations Fund for Women-Southern Africa Regional Office
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        LC Classifications2002
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        Paginationxvi, 91 p. :
        Number of Pages53
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Unpublished PhD thesis, Durham University. However, the distribution of infections by sex varies significantly by region and mode of HIV transmission, reflecting differences in risk behaviours and gender norms in these regions.

Southern African Development Community, Minimum standards for HIV and AIDS, TB, hepatitis B and C, and sexually transmitted infections prevention, treatment, care and support in prisons in the SADC region Gaborone: Southern African Development Community, 2011. The YMCA has five branches and 28 activity groups dated around the country. Despite the fact that males had the right to land, lack of resources, insufficient rains, poor soils and wildlife resulted in extremely poor perennial harvests.

see note 12p. They cited fishing communities as highly susceptible to HIV due to factors such as fishermen staying away from Gender and HIV/AIDS in Zimbabwe for longer periods without their wives, engaging with fish traders from other areas, have access to cash income and a ready availability of commercial sex. Exploring structural violence in the context of disability and poverty in Zimbabwe. Several NGOs in the area provide food aid to people who are HIV positive.

In addition, it is difficult for the Ministry of Health and Child Care to give effect to disease prevention provisions of the act at the administrative and operational level given the thin budget allocations in this regard.

Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, General Comment No. MCC encourages men to support:• Girls therefore accounted for 75 per cent of new HIV infections among adolescents, globally. The Tonga are known to guard their culture and traditions which they still practice today Cumanzala and Muleya ; Currey ; Tremmel et al. Gender Norms in Zimbabwe Most men in Zimbabwe have little to do with feeding or caring for their children, leaving mothers to do Gender and HIV/AIDS in Zimbabwe majority of child-rearing.

Zimbabwe Demographic and Health Survey. See Amon see note 7.