Category Archives: Research

The Importance of Health Coverage to Support People Living With HIV/AIDS

THE IMPORTANCE OF HEALTH COVERAGE TO SUPPORT PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS Blog Post for World AIDS Day, December 1, 2016 On World AIDS Day, following an election that called for a referendum on the elimination of The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), it is important to consider the consequences of repealing the PPACA […]

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CREW Convening

Last week, WORLD held a convening on The Status of Women’s Health in Alameda County: A Grassroots Perspective at the California Endowment. We had over 70+ people attend, from physicians, to community members, local agencies, advocates, and government officials which created a diverse and dynamic group and discussion. We started the day honoring the CREW […]

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Save the Date: CREW Convening

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Gender Audit of National HIV/AIDS Strategy Released!

Thirteen organizations today released a gender audit of the first-ever U.S. National HIV/AIDS Strategy.  The document is an analysis, from a gender perspective, of the Strategy, and lays out recommendations for the Strategy’s implementation to improve all women’s, including transgender women’s, access to HIV prevention, care, and treatment consistent with the right to nondiscrimination, dignity, […]

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New HIV/AIDS Research Opportunity

We are delighted to share the following announcement with the WORLD community: The California HIV/AIDS Research Program at the University of California is pleased to announce the release of their 2010 Call for Applications, which can be downloaded from their web site. CHRP will be hosting two prospective applicant webinars: Thursday, June 24 or Monday, […]

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