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Power concedes nothing without a fight Barack Obama, on the Eve of the 2008 US presidential elections
TOPIC Trends in HIV/SRHR programmes, its implications and challenges for women and for movement building
TRENDS in Testing Policies for Women Op-Out Pre-marital testing
SRHR/ HIV prevention/treatment services must extend to other key populations like PLHIV, migrant women, migrant spouses
IMPLICATIONS Gaps in SRHR/HIV services for key populations Positive Prevention Pre-departure and post arrival SRHR/HIV services
Challenges for Movement Building * Globalisation/migration and its impact on women’s SRHR/HIV * Decriminalizing laws and removal of coercive policies * Engage with faith-based organisations
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