When Drought and HIV Collide

Why climate change’s impact on women in sub-Saharan Africa needs to be treated as the health crisis that it is By Edith Magak When the HIV pandemic emerged in the 1980s, men were more likely than women to acquire the disease. But today, women are the face of the virus. In sub-Saharan Africa, over 60% of people living with HIV are female. This feminization of … Continue reading When Drought and HIV Collide