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    I am working on a project and would be very interested in hearing your thoughts regarding the impact of HIV/AIDS among women of color.

    I am hoping this project will set the roadmap for HIV prevention, testing and treatment in the U.S. for years to come. As the caregivers to women and girls living with HIV/AIDS, it is critically important that we are afforded the opportunity to inform this policy process, and that our voices be heard.

    In preparation for my presentation entitled 'Creating a Gender Responsive National HIV/AIDS Strategy for Americans(Women and Girls)'

    Points can cover the range of issues :

    women of color living with HIV/AIDS face, such as poverty, child-raising responsibilities, disclosure issues, IPV/DV, transportation and

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    Hope this helps you in your project. Let me know if you have more questions.
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    Your project is extremely interesting. I would recommend that your proposal include how the programs that are now in
    place can be improved to have a definite positive impact on the incidence of HIV/AIDS in women and girls as well as the quality of life of those living with the disease. Incorporating the perspective of the caregivers would definitely bring a fresh look to the problem.
    The CDC has a "Compendium of HIV Prevention Interventions with Evidence of Effectiveness from CDC's HIV/AIDS Prevention Research Synthesis Project" at http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/resources/reports/hiv_compendium/index.htm and the "Review of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Response to the HIV/AIDS Crisis Among Blacks in the United States, 1981-2009" at http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/topics/aa/resources/journals/sutton_et_al_ajph_2009.pdf gives you a sound base to start your proposal.

    More than barriers to access to care and retention in care, the factors are challenges to access to care and utilization of health care services. When talking about the incidence of HIV/AID in this subgroup behavioral components are the main issue. Addressing the key risk behaviors is the ...

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    The solution includes guidance on possible topics to use on a project proposal on HIV/AIDS in woman/girls, and resources where to find more information on the topic including present and past interventions.