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  1. National HIV/AIDS strategy (2006-2011) Nepal

    National Strategic Plan (2006-2011) aims to contribute directly to the Millennium Development Goal (Halt and begin to reverse the increasing trend of HIV by 2015) through numbers of key strategies for prevention; and treatment care and support. …

  2. Ley 23798 de lucha contra el sindrome de immunodeficiencia adquirida (SIDA)

    Ley 23798 de lucha contra el sindrome de immunodeficiencia adquirida (SIDA)

  3. Papua New Guinea National Strategic Plan on HIV/AIDS, 2006-2010

    The government's National Strategic Plan (NSP) on HIV/AIDS, 2004-2008 is the second National Plan succeeding the Medium Term Plan (1998-2002). Over the past fifteen years, the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Papua New Guinea (PNG) reached significant heights calling for renewed energies and directions to contain a fast spreading epidemic. PNG has recently been declared the fourth country in the Asia-Pacific region with a generalised epidemic. The National Strategic Plan places priority on seven focus areas : 1. Treatment, counselling, care and support; 2. Education and prevention; 3. …

  4. Plan régional de santé publique de Guadeloupe. Programme 2005 - 2008 de lutte contre le virus de l'immuno-déficience humaine et le SIDA

    Ce document présente le programme régional de santé «prévention et lutte contre le SIDA» pour les années 2005-2008. Cinq objectifs stratégiques ont été définis se répartissant chacun en objectifs opérationnels et en actions concrètes. 1er objectif stratégique : intégrer, consolider et améliorer la prévention du VIH-SIDA dans une démarche globale de santé. 2ème objectif stratégique : favoriser l'accès au dépistage et optimiser le suivi épidémiologique. 3ème objectif stratégique : améliorer l'accès aux soins et le suivi médico-psycho-social des personnes vivant avec le VIH-SIDA. …

  5. National HIV/AIDS policy

    The goal of this policy is to prevent HIV infections, to reduce vulnerability to HIV, to improve the provision of treatment, care and support for people living with HIV/AIDS and to mitigate the socio-economic impact of HIV/AIDS on individuals, families, communities and the nation. The objectives are to: 1. Prevent HIV infections, 2. Improve delivery of prevention, treatment, care and support services, 3. Mitigate the impact of HIV/AIDS on individuals, the family and communities, 4. Reduce individual and societal vulnerability to HIV/AIDS through the creation of an enabling environment. 5. …

  6. El programa de Acción para la Prevención y el Control de VIH/SIDA e ITS 2001-2006

    Los objetivos de este programa son los siguientes: incrementar el uso de medidas preventivas en las poblaciones con prácticas de riesgo y mayor vulnerabilidad para la adquisición de VIH/SIDA e ITS; disminuir la transmisión sexual y sanguínea del VIH/SIDA e ITS en las poblaciones y entidades federativas más afectadas del país.; interrumpir la transmisión perinatal del VIH y de la sífilis, asegurando el acceso a la información, a las pruebas de detección y tratamiento; garantizar a toda la población servicios integrales de detección, tratamiento y seguimiento adecuados de cualquier ITS y VIH en  …

  7. HIV prevention in the era of expanded treatment access

    This report was published by the Global HIV Prevention Working Group, a panel of experts from various fields convened by the Gates Foundation and the Kaiser Foundation. Its intended audience is composed of policy makers, program managers and donors. However, its explanation of the risks associated with expanded treatment access is informative to anyone concerned with the HIV/AIDS epidemic. The report contains an executive summary, an explanation of the prevention-treatment dynamics, information from studies and conclusions with four major recommendations. …

  8. University of Namibia Policy on HIV/AIDS

    In the past, UNAM's 1997 policy guidelines on HIV/AIDS provided a basis for action, but since that time, the country and the region have seen a massive escalation in the HIV/AIDS pandemic. The 1997 guidelines do not promote a coherent focus on HIV/AIDS across the curriculum and in all faculties and are not informed by a strategic work plan. The Namibian Senate thus mandated an ad hoc committee to review and recast existing policy guidelines. …

  9. University of Dar es Salaam HIV/AIDS Policy

    The UDSM HIV/AIDS Policy aims at preventing the spread of HIV infection, providing equal access to treatment, care and support services to people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS, generating and disseminating HIV/AIDS knowledge, and providing a strong and committed leadership in response to the pandemic at the UDSM and the wider society.

  10. The University of the West Indies policy on HIV/AIDS

    As with other communities, those in higher education must respond effectively to the epidemic of HIV infection. The University of the West Indies (UWI) accepts that HIV infection and AIDS can happen in any section of a community and that it is accountable to its community to do everything possible to prevent people from being infected and to limit the consequences of established infection.

  11. National strategy for the fight against HIV/AIDS 2005-2010

    The general goal of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy in Serbia is the prevention of HIV infection and STIs, as well as the provision of treatment and support to the PLWHAs. Main components of the National Strategy are the following: 1. HIV/AIDS prevention in the general population, among young people and particularly vulnerable populations. 2. Treatment, care and support to the PLWHAs. 3. Support of the community to the fight against HIV/AIDS. 4. Epidemiological supervision over HIV/AIDS, monitoring and reporting.

  12. National University of Rwanda HIV/AIDS control policy

    This document details the HIV and AIDS policy and programmes of the National University of Rwanda.

  13. National Strategic Plan For HIV/AIDS 2002-2006

    This document is the result of a review of implementation of the National AIDS Programme Strategic Plan 1999-2001, together with the input of a wide cross section of Government Ministry Officials, NGOs, legal profession, Persons Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHAs), religious organisations, UN and other international and bilateral agencies. The 1999-2001 strategic plan was comprehensive, but suffered from an insufficiency of resources, human, technological and financial, for its execution. …

  14. National HIV/AIDS policy for the education sector

    The National HIV/AIDS Policy for the Education Sector formalises the rights and responsibilities of every person involved, directly or indirectly, in the education sector with regard to HIV and AIDS: the learners, their parents and care givers, educators, managers, administrators, support staff and civil society. This (policy) national strategy will provide a framework to implement and monitor and evaluate the impact of its HIV/AIDS interventions and the effects of HIV/AIDS on its labour force over time. …

  15. National HIV/AIDS Policy: a call for renewed action

    More than 20 years from the onset of the epidemic, HIV/AIDS remains a global challenge. According to the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), HIV/AIDS has particularly affected sub-Saharan Africa, with 28.5 million people estimated to be living with the virus in the region by 2001 (UNAIDS, 2001). This figure represents approximately 71% of all people living with HIV/AIDS in the world. About 81% of all HIV-infected women and 79% of all HIV/AIDS orphans live in sub-Saharan Africa. …

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