Maria de Bruyn is a medical anthropologist and began her work on gender-related issues in the field of HIV/AIDS in 1990 at the Royal Tropical Institute in Amsterdam. She now works as a senior policy advisor at Ipas, an international NGO focused on women’s reproductive choice and rights.
Published in: 50.50HIV, women and abortion rights
Interventions to link HIV-related and reproductive health services must not only include access to modern...
Published in: 50.50HIV: what kind of evidence counts ?
Some will find no evidence of value if it doesn’t coincide with the views that they already hold, or the interests...