by Jill Gay, Karen Hardee, Melanie Croce-Galis, Shannon Kowalski, Chanelle Gutari, Claire Wingfield, Kimberly Rovin, Kristine Berzin

With women now making up half of those living with HIV worldwide, there is increasing interest among governments and donors in addressing the needs of women and girls in the global AIDS pandemic and  supporting women as agents of change.Now, new research undertaken by PAI and colleagues, in collaboration with the Open Society Institute (OSI) and UNDP, provides a roadmap for success.

What Works for Women and Girls: Evidence for HIV/AIDS Interventions is a comprehensive review of successful HIV programming for women and girls that includes data from 455 interventions in over 90 countries.  This evidence is available on a searchable website: