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  1. Sierra Leone HIV/AIDS response project (SHARP) 2002-2006. Community and civil society initiatives (CCSI). Operations Manual (Detailed Guidelines)

    In West Africa, this disease is also spreading at an alarming rate. The situation in Sierra Leone is not as bad as elsewhere but the rate of increase each year is alarming. The Government of Sierra Leone is taking immediate action to curtail the spread of HIV/AIDS in the country. One of these actions is the HIV/AIDS Response Project or SHARP. SHARP is designed to have four major components : Capacity Building and Policy Development, Multi-Sectoral Responses for HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care, Health Sector Responses, Community and Civil Society Initiatives (CCSI). …

  2. Revised national strategic plan II for a comprehensive and multi-sectoral response to HIV/AIDS 2008-2010

    The National Strategic Plan for a Comprehensive and Multisectoral Response to HIV/AIDS 2006-2010 (NSP II) was originally developed in 2005. This revised version of the NSP II covers the remaining three years (2008-2010) and concerns an update. The revised NSP II is part of the National Strategic Development Plan (NSDP) for 2006-2010, which in turn supports the Royal Government's Rectangular Strategy for the development of Cambodia. The NSDP gives highest priority to poverty reduction and progress towards reaching the Cambodia Millennium Development Goals (CMDG) targets by 2015. …

  3. Caribbean education sector HIV/AIDS response capacity building program

    The objective of the operation is to improve the response of the education sector to the HIV/AIDS epidemic, as a partner in the multi-sectoral strategy of prevention and mitigation in each country. To achieve this objective, the program will develop and support the implementation of effective intervention models for use by the education sector to reach in and out of school youth, as well as the regional dissemination of results and leveraging of other available funding outside this project. …

  4. Programming for adolescent health and development: report of a WHO/UNFPA/UNICEF Study Group on Programming for Adolescent Health

    This report is a synthesis of the materials and experts' opinions presented in the WHO/UNFPA/UNICEF Study Group on Programming for Adolescent Health. The report is presented according to the components of the framework of the country programmes which are: goals of programmes, guiding concepts, major interventions, intervention settings, keys to success, building political commitment, assessing priorities for action, maintaining implementation, and monitoring and evaluation.

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