Breaking the Vicious Circle of Sexism, Poverty and AIDS PDF Print E-mail
An ambitious plan to curb extreme poverty and promote gender equality in the next decade will not get off the ground unless governments in the world's least developed countries put the HIV/AIDS pandemic at the top of their agendas, said U.N. experts yesterday. This means aggressively pursuing policies that promote women's empowerment and fight discrimination against people living with the disease, according to a new report. Read more...