We can enhance social protection for people affected by HIV
Social protection efforts have long served the most vulnerable people in many industrialized countries. More recently, expanded social protection efforts also aim to promote human development, asset accumulation and economic self-sufficiency. These efforts challenge stigma and discrimination and aim to transform the lives of vulnerable individuals. Over the long term, such efforts can also address many of the structural inequities that ultimately drive the HIV epidemic.
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