Gender-Based Violence and HIV/AIDS Trivia

This is a small quiz to guide you through a few facts about gender-based violence and AIDS. Being well-informed is a great way to help spread awareness and help support these issues. The more you know, the more you can help stop the spread of misinformation and help those in need!






The orange represents gender-based violence (GBV) and red represents HIV/AIDS.







Approximately 4.7 million women—or 30% of all women aged 15 and older—have been a victim of sexual assault outside of the context of intimate relationships (Statistics Canada, 2019).

There were also approximately 37.7 million people across the globe with HIV in 2020. Of these, 36 million were adults and 1.7 million were children aged 0-14 years. More than half (53%) of people living with HIV/AIDS are women and girls (Global Statistics, 2021). These staggering numbers are concerning, and demonstrate the need for a gender-based approach to HIV/AIDS prevention.


References:

Council of Europe, 2021

HIV.gov, 2021

National Health Service, 2021

Relief Web, 2020

Statistics Canada, 2019

World Health Organization, 2021





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