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  1. Rethinking HIV/AIDS in South Africa: has the response been overmedicalized?

    This paper examines the potential impact of HIV/AIDS on different levels of South African society (individual, household, and national) over time. Using differences in demographic projections to guide the analysis, the prospective implications of HIV/AIDS on households, society, economy and nation are discussed and issues that could influence or mitigate those possible impacts are examined. …

  2. Women and girls confronting HIV and AIDS in Malaysia

    This report grows out of the shared belief that there must be a response to the impeding HIV crisis confronting women and girls in Malaysia. The increasingly feminised nature of the HIV epidemic in the country has been linked to issues affecting women's ability to control and decide issues relating to sex. Whether as injecting drug users, housewives, migrant workers, professionals, refugees or sex workers, women and girls experience HIV and AIDS differently compared to men and boys. Their risks and vulnerabilities to HIV require a gendered response. …

  3. Strategy for the integration of family planning and HIV voluntary counselling and testing services

    The overall goal of this strategy is to assist the National AIDS and STD Control Programme and the Division of Reproductive Health of the Ministry of Health in maximising the opportunities provided by VCT and FP services to reach women, men, and couples with these services, using a more cost-effective and sustainable approach. The purpose of this strategy is to increase and sustain the support, demand, access, and utilisation of high-quality VCT and FP services offered through both the public and private sectors.

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