Martin Savidge interviews Nazneen Damji of United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM)

Martin Savidge is a veteran anchor and foreign news correspondent from NBC News and CNN.
Nazneen Damji is a graduate of the London School of Economics Gender Institute.

Martin Savidge interviews Nazneen DamjiMartin Savidge interviews Nazneen Damji, the program manager of gender equality at the United Nations Development Fund for Women, about the troubling issue of women and AIDS.

Damji discusses the growth of AIDS among women and looks at the countries where women are most vulnerable to the virus.

She also discusses possible solutions to bringing down the rate of infection for women with AIDS.

http://worldfocus.org/blog/2009/11/23/targeting-the-global-growth-of-aids-among-women/8561/

Profile of Nazneen Damji: 1994/95

Nazneen Damji writes in June 2001: I am working with UNIFEM (UN Development Fund for Women) on their global Gender and HIV/AIDS programme. I used to be with the Economic Empowerment section, then the Asia-Pacific regional section, and am now with gender and HIV/AIDS. We are also working on the issue of gender and HIV/AIDS within the context of conflict. It is obviously a key issue area – which seems to have not been getting as much attention as one would think, given that its gender and unequal power relations that fuel the epidemic. And, so we are looking to make some linkages to researchers in this area. Source

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