Revolutionising the AIDS Response
Individual behaviour change interventions and technological approaches to HIV prevention can only be effective over time if the broader social environment in which health-related decisions are made facilitate their uptake. People need to be not only willing but also able to take up and maintain preventive behaviours, seek testing, treatment and care for HIV. This paper presents findings and recommendations of the Social Drivers Working Group of the aids2031 initiative, which focus on how to ensure that efforts to address the root causes of HIV vulnerability are integrated into AIDS responses at the national level. Specific guidance is given on how to operationalise a structural approach. © 2011 Copyright Taylor and Francis Group, LLC.
Global Public Health
HIV prevention, resilience, social determinants, structural approaches, vulnerability
Ogden, Jessica; Gupta, Geeta Rao; Warner, Ann; and Fisher, William F., "Revolutionising the AIDS Response" (2011). International Development, Community, and Environment. 513.