FHI 360 Blog Post Discusses Research Examining Intersection Between Economics, HIV

FHI 360’s “R&E Search for Evidence”: New research underscores the connection between economics and HIV
Mandy Swann, technical adviser for FHI 360’s ASPIRES project, writes, “To dive more deeply into the interplay between household economics and HIV, the Accelerating Strategies for Practical Innovation and Research in Economic Strengthening (ASPIRES) project — funded by USAID/PEPFAR and implemented by FHI 360 — published a supplemental issue of AIDS Care focused on household economic strengthening interventions. The open access issue contains an evidence review summarized in a recent post by Emily Namey, as well as three original research articles. The three original research articles provide insight into the role of economic factors in HIV prevention, testing uptake and treatment adherence. I summarize these three articles in this post…” (9/6).

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