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Nigeria Country Report for the 2011-2012 Education Sector HIV and AIDS Global Progress Survey.
Brazil Country Report for the 2011-2012 Education Sector HIV and AIDS Global Progress Survey.
UNESCO is collaborating with script writers and traditional performance artists from Cambodia, Indonesia, P.R. China, and Viet Nam to expand the use of innovative HIV prevention approaches using traditional forms of performing arts in Asia.
Under the umbrella of Joint HIV Mainstreaming in German Development Cooperation the implementing agencies GTZ, ded, InWent, KfW and the German Embassy in Tanzania held their First joint HIV Mainstreaming Day for national Personnel on 7th August 2009 in Dar es Salaam. The main focus of the meeting was on learning more about the implementation of HIV Workplace Programmes (WPP) and discussing different aspects of HIV Policies, such as the importance of equal rights and employment opportunities. The document is a folder which was distributed to the participants of the meeting. …
This publication documents the results of partnerships between UNFPA and faith-based organizations in the areas of population and development, including human rights, reproductive health, women's empowerment, adolescents and youth, humanitarian assistance, and HIV and AIDS. It provides an analysis of best practices and lessons learned in faith-based partnerships around the world. Key resources on faith-based engagement and organizations are also suggested.
This review is part of a UNFPA effort to strengthen its capacity to explore windows of opportunities for the implementation of the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) in 1994 and to address resistance that is rooted in traditions, customs and social practices in country where UNFPA supports programmes. It attempts to explore the contribution of culturally sensitive approaches and partnerships with local power structures and institutions to the effective implementation of rights-based population and development programmes.