This report highlights existing key evidence on the relationship between disability and HIV. It discusses the concrete steps needed for a person-centred, disability-inclusive HIV response that allows for increased participation of people with disabilities and integrates rehabilitation within the continuum of HIV care.
Using simple language and hundreds of pictures, this book provides information on how a woman's body changes, and on monthly bleeding, and has chapters among others on health concerns of girls, mental health and violence against women
A special edition focusing entirely on information about AIDS. The theme was chosen because many disabled people do not receive information about HIV, making them more vulnerable to infection. The articles included are not disability specific
Source e-bulletin on Disability and Inclusion