Lipstick & HIV/AIDS prevention
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Globally, experts agree that gender equality is critical to effective HIV prevention. However, despite some pockets of success, efforts to advance gender equality in the context of HIV prevention have been hindered by a range of factors. Then enters a cosmetics house, and a unique project gets on the road. KATHLEEN PITHOUSE-MORGAN and VASU REDDY et al. tell us more.
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