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Triple jeopardy

The phrase 'triple jeopardy' was coined in 1989 to describe the dangers women face as individuals, mothers and carers in the face of the AIDS pandemic.

This dossier was an important step in the growing international awareness of the increasing threat of HIV to women and the importance of women-centred HIV prevention and care.

Medical issues are clearly laid out alongside the social, economic and political constraints on women's behaviour and choices. The information is as vital for individuals as for AIDS service organisations and policymakers worldwide.




Triple jeopardy - Portuguese (5.3mb)

Triple jeopardy - Spanish (4mb)

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