Wendy Knerr

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Most sexual health education programmes use fear and risk of disease to try to motivate people to practise safer sex. This gives the impression that safer sex and pleasurable sex are mutually exclusive. Yet there is growing evidence that promoting pleasure alongside safer sex messaging can increase the consistent use of condoms and other forms of safer sex.(More)
Condom social marketing (CSM) has increased condom supplies, broadened commercial markets for condoms and introduced marketing innovations in developing countries. Yet rigorous and reliable evidence of the impact on condom usage and disease prevention is limited, as is evidence of the impact on equity of access to condoms for poor populations, women and(More)
Acknowledgements Through the participation of practitioners, researchers, advocates, funders and others, this workshop will assist in ensuring that the papers commissioned by the SVRI to explore and identify promising practices for the prevention of child sexual abuse and ultimately sexual violence in resource poor settings will be rooted in both evidence(More)
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