Population mobility is increasingly recognised as a central determinant of health, yet public health responses fail to engage with migration. This is especially true when thinking about HIV prevention and treatment programmes. This webinar (rescheduled from 2014): explores the relationship between migration and HIV; suggests ways to improve responses; and proposes methods for measuring population movements in formative and evaluation research.
Vearey, J. STRIVE Learning Lab 33. Migration and HIV - linkages and responses. (2015) [36 min. 28 sec.]