CDC Recognizes Efforts To Prevent, Treat HIV On International Day Of The Girl

CDC’s “Our Global Voices”: Innovation and Commitment Needed to Turn Back the HIV Epidemic Among Girls
Shannon Hader, director of CDC’s Division of HIV & TB, highlights the 2015 International Day of the Girl and discusses how CDC is working to help girls by “Creating a supporting, empowering environment; … Addressing gender-based violence; … Expanding access to treatment for HIV-positive girls and young women; … Helping men control HIV [which] can also help young women; … [and] Partnering through PEPFAR to reach young women and girls…” (10/8).

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