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8 Gender-Main Messages
Pages 391-394

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... Continuing this focus is critical to changing one of the most important underlying structural drivers of vulnerability in the HIV epidemic. •  ver time, PEPFAR has increasingly supported policy, data collec O tion, and programming efforts for men who have sex with men that vary by country context and local need and are informed by available evidence.
From page 392...
... Activities supported by PEPFAR central initiatives and through country operational planning vary widely in type and intensity of focus across the articulated gender aims and the popula tions that are addressed. Recommendation Presented in This Chapter Recommendation 8-1: To achieve PEPFAR's stated aim of addressing gender norms and inequities as a way to reduce HIV risk and increase access to HIV services, the Office of the U.S.
From page 393...
... If gender efforts are to be appropriately integrated into all the aspects of service delivery and effectively implemented, this capacity cannot be limited to gender-specific experts but should also be incorpo rated as part of the core competencies of mission team staff across PEPFAR's programmatic areas. •  s an engaged participant with other global and partner country A stakeholders, through its implementation PEPFAR should contribute to generating evidence to inform gender-focused efforts through research and evaluation.

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