Tag Archives: reproductive health

Blueprint: Bridge the gap between HIV and family planning services

By on .

Heather Boonstra is a senior public policy associate at the Guttmacher Institute. This blog post was adapted for Science Speaks’ Blueprint series, in which clinicians, researchers and advocates address the key elements they would like to see in the Global AIDS response blueprint that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called at the 2012 International AIDS Conference in […]

ID Week: From family planning to HIV-positive pregnancy to growing up with HIV, researchers track challenges, changes

By on .

SAN DIEGO, CA — A trio of presentations on HIV, Women and Child Health this morning told a story of success in preventing transmission of HIV from parents to children in the United States that has yet to be duplicated in developing countries, of options that could make a difference, and, in a look at […]

HIV Epidemic, family planning needs are linked, and demand an integrated approach

By on .

The following is a guest post from Suzanne Ehlers, President and CEO of Population Action International (PAI) and Charles Lyons, President and CEO of the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF). With the conclusion of the international London Summit on Family Planning earlier this month, the global health community has shifted its focus to the […]

Putting Women First in the Fight against Global HIV/AIDS

By on .

Last week, the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) brought together a number of panelists from various administration agencies and NGOs at an event called “Linkages between Gender, AIDS, and Development – Implications for U.S. Policy.”  Panelists discussed the importance of placing women’s and girl’s health at the forefront of the Obama Administration’s global […]