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  1. Report of the Asia-Pacific High-Level Intergovernmental Meeting on the Assessment of Progress against Commitments in the Political Declaration on HIV/AIDS and the Millennum Development Goals, 6 - 8 February 2012, Bangkok

    The Asia-Pacific High-level Intergovernmental Meeting on the Assessment of Progress against Commitments in the Political Declaration on HIV/AIDS and the Millennium Development Goals was convened in Bangkok from 6 to 8 February 2012. …

  2. HIV and AIDS in South-East Asia Region: Progress Report 2010

    This annual 2010 progress report on HIV/AIDS in the South-East Asia Region presents key achievements in prevention and control of HIV in the Region and highlights areas where further work is needed. This report elaborates the issue addressing HIV epidemic situation in the South-East Asia Region, Health sector response to the HIV epidemic, Challenges and future priorities.

  3. The Socioeconomic Impact of HIV/AIDS in China

    This report is the summary report of a full study supported by British Department for International Development, UN Theme Group on HIV/AIDS in China and United Nations Children's Fund.This study consists of the following parts: - Socioeconomic factors contributing to HIV epidemic; - The estimation the number of HIV/AIDS cases by the end of 2001 and projection the trend over the next decade; - An analysis of the socioeconomic impact of AIDS on three levels: family, health sector and macroeconomics; - Recommendations on prevention and control of HIV/AIDS.

  4. A response to HIV and AIDS. Examples of successful HIV prevention in Eastern Europe, South-East Europe and Central Asia

    HIV is a threat to development, especially in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. German development policy is active in this region to find a joint response to HIV and AIDS and to contain the epidemic. Some of its most successful approaches are presented in this report. The main difference between HIV epidemics in Eastern Europe and those in Africa, Western Europe and North America is in the transmission routes that are most common, i.e. via sexual transmission or via shared use of non-sterile injecting equipment. Another difference is the particular vulnerability of certain social groups. …

  5. Build it and they will come. Lessons from the Northern Economic Corridor: Migrating HIV and other diseases

    This report examines the impact on the local people of an important infrastructure project in northwest Lao - the upgrade of Route 3, which forms part of the northern economic corridor linking Thailand with China. The report also outlines the implications for future HIV mitigation programs, and recommends ways to ensure that future programs maximize the good that infrastructure development brings and minimize negative impacts.

  6. Cambodia Human Development Report. Societal aspects of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Cambodia progress report, 2001

    This year's Progress Report on the Societal Aspects of the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Cambodia sets a framework that outlines the fact that HIV/AIDS deepens the poverty of households and nation, while poverty favours the spread of the disease by increasing the vulnerability of individuals to infection. …

  7. MTV's staying alive 2002 HIV prevention campaign

    This fact sheet presents results of research on campaign exposure in three countries as a result of the FHI/YouthNet evaluation of the 2002 global HIV-prevention campaign, "Staying Alive," which reached 800 million households. Produced by YouthNet/Family Health International, the YouthNet Briefs are a new series of two-page summaries highlighting research findings, country projects, and technical leadership.

  8. Culture matters: working with communities and faith-based organizations: case studies from country programmes

    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.

  9. A web site at the service of HIV and development: remarks on role, strategy and effectiveness

    Foreword. The South East Asia HIV and Development Project focuses on: i) socio-economic and cultural dynamics between HIV/AIDS and Development, with a particular emphasis on one of the key factors in the spread of the epidemics inside the South East Asian region, i.e. mobility of populations; and, ii) the harnessing of development activities to increase the resilience of communities, households and individuals against the risk of HIV infection. …

  10. A strategic assessment of reproductive health in the Lao People's Democratic Republic

    This national strategic assesment of reproductive health was conducted by the Ministry of Public Health (MOPH), Lao PDR in collaboration with the World Health Organization, with objectives to identify priority areas for programme intervention and research in reproductive health; and to provide recommendations for strengthening reproductive health services and improving quality of care. The strategic assessment was intended to serve as input to the MOPH in its efforts to develop an integrated approach to reproductive health service delivery.

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