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En juin 2001, l'Assemblée générale des Nations unies a adopté une Déclaration d'engagement sur le VIH/SIDA présentant 10 domaines d'action avec des objectifs et cibles spécifiques. Ce guide d'action a été élaboré afin d'assurer la mise en oeuvre la plus exhaustive possible de cette Déclaration. Préparé pour aider les Equipes de pays des Nations unies à soutenir les efforts des Gouvernements à mettre en oeuvre la Déclaration, le guide propose un ensemble d'actions à entreprendre.
Nowhere has the impact of HIV/AIDS been more severe than Sub-Saharan Africa. The costs it imposes force countries to make heartbreaking choices between today's and future lives, and between health and dozens of other vital investments for development. Given these realities, African governments and their partners must act now to prevent further HIV infections and to care for and support the millions of Africans already infected and affected. …
Social marketing has become an increasingly popular way of addressing serious health issues in developing countries. By using traditional commercial marketing techniques, social marketing makes much-needed products available and affordable to low-income people. In the mid-80s, condom social marketing emerged as an effective tool against the spread of HIV/AIDS. This document defines social marketing, as well as highlighting the three key lessons learned in promoting condom social marketing. The document also discusses UNAIDS' role in social marketing.
The Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS is the culmination of a yearlong process of awareness, engagement and mobilization. It has been adopted by the Special Session of the General Assembly on HIV/AIDS of the United Nations Organization. …
This booklet attempts to capture details of a range of Best Practices in order to provide useful lessons and offer references for all actors of the International Partnership against AIDS in Africa (IPAA.)
This document provides information on how to set up and organise a national program against AIDS. It also covers the definition of program objectives, the formulation of strategies, the identification of appropriate activities and the evaluation of the program.
Les paramédicaux n'échappent pas aux divers aspects de l'épidémie du VIH, ni à son emprise directe sur la population et aux bouleversements du fonctionnement des institutions sanitaires dans lesquelles ils travaillent. …
This report presents the proceedings of and decisions made at the inaugural session of the World AIDS Commission. This Commission was created at the initiative of WHO to enable its Director-General to obtain the views of eminent experts from a range of disciplines and from various parts of the world on HIV/AIDS and strategies for prevention and control.
Ce document présente le résumé des données d'expérience échangées lors de la 2ème Conférence régionale sur le SIDA en Afrique en 1989. Les questions abordées ont trait à l'exécution et à la surveillance continue des programmes nationaux de lutte contre le SIDA, à la définition des groupes cibles, au counselling, à l'implication des médias, au préservatif.
This is a summary of "Confronting AIDS : Public Priorities in a Global Epidemic". It includes a foreword, introduction and table of contents. It argues that the AIDS epidemic can be overcome if national governments, NGOs and other groups in civil society, and the international community are involved in prevention, care and research.
This document outlines policies and principles for the prevention and care of Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs). It is designed to assist those who are involved in developing and implementing STD programmes. Although, it does not provide a detailed description of activities that may be used in the implementation of such programmes, some areas are highlighted in the Annexures to serve as models that can be adapted to local situations.
This paper is a discussion on policy and programming methods and reponses to HIV/AIDS. Drawn from the experiences of UNDP, it has a strong inclination towards the need for multisectoral and multidimensional approaches on the ground level. The need for this is argued by the fact that without the adjustment of developmental parameters through a strengthening of national policy and programming reponses, there will be an intensification of social and economic costs of the epidemic.
World Health Organization's global goal of Health for All by the Year 2000 (HFA) and achievement of this laudable goal through the Primary Health Care (PHC) approach has been accepted unanimously by participant countries of the Alma-Ata Conference in 1978 of which, Turkey is included. However, the approval did not generate as much interest among the policy makers until the 1990s. The year 1990 saw the commencement of attempts to produce a National Health Policy document that centred on the global goal for HFA and PHC in Turkey. …