Robyn Dayton, MPHTechnical Advisor, Research Utilization
Areas of expertise
- Sexual and reproductive health
- Family planning
- Sexuality education
Projects & Resources
Microbicides are intended to fill the gap for a much-needed female-initiated HIV prevention method. But, biomedical technology alone will not alter the underlying gender inequalities that make women vulnerable to HIV.
Linkages across the Continuum of HIV Services for Key Populations Affected by HIV (LINKAGES): Country Resources
LINKAGES briefs, reports and other materials from country programs offer up-to-date knowledge and tools that can be utilized to strengthen key population HIV and AIDS programming efforts worldwide.
August 2014 — Microbicides have been hailed as a much-needed female-initiated HIV prevention method.
FHI 360 and Sonke Gender Justice conducted a gender analysis in South Africa. This pocket card, created with input from the South African National AIDS Council (SANAC) Men’s and Women’s Sectors, is designed to help build support for a gender-integrated microbicides rollout among both community members and policy makers.