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Emerging evidence from several African countries points to a similarly strong relationship between experience of child sexual abuse and physical abuse and a range of later risk factors, including age at first sex, alcohol and drug use, and intimate partner violence. The stress of HIV or AIDS and its potentially impoverishing effects, a pattern of inter-generational violence, harmful cultural norms, and separation from family may individually or concurrently play a role in creating an environment that puts a child at heightened risk for maltreatment.
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Related efforts to bolster child protection systems, from informal community responses to formal government and civil sector actors, prioritized by PEPFAR include supporting an enabling policy and legislative environment, strengthening the social welfare work force, and establishing capacity to respond to gender-based violence and other forms of abuse. Efforts to reduce financial strain through social protection programs, such as cash transfers that provide a reliable source of funds to families in desperate circumstances, are gaining momentum within HIV and AIDS programs.
Parenting interventions studied in higher income countries have demonstrated impact on a number of factors pertinent to the HIV and AIDS response including prevention of child maltreatment and reduction in adolescent risk behaviors.
Such programs however range greatly in design, intent and effectiveness and, most importantly, they are not easily replicated in terms of cultural appropriateness or cost. Incredible advances in HIV treatment occurred with the discovery of therapeutic regimens that combine three drugs to create multiple obstacles to virus replication.
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While there is no pill to reduce vulnerability in the age of AIDS, the triple combination of social protection, child protection and parenting may well prove to be the game changer for children as PEPFAR approaches its second decade.
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