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Pour renforcer la lutte contre le VIH/SIDA qui constitue l'une des priorités auxquelles le Gouvernement doit faire face aujourd'hui, le Congo a mené un processus de planification stratégique qui a aboutià l'élaboration du document du Cadre Stratégique National de Lutte contre le VIH/IST/SIDA. …
The HIV and AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) Strategic Plan for South Africa 2007-2011 flows from the National Strategic Plan (NSP) of 2000-2005 as well as the Operational Plan for Comprehensive HIV and AIDS Care, Management and Treatment. It represents the country's multi-sectoral response to the challenge with HIV infection and the wide-ranging impacts of AIDS.
The purpose of the NSF is firstly, to articulate, disseminate, and educate the public at large on agreed national priorities and strategies within the scope of Vision 2016. Secondly, it is to provide clear guidance for Ministries, districts, NGOs, and the Private Sector to enable them to work in a collaborative manner in achieving the intended goal of the National Response to HIV/AIDS: to eliminate the incidence of HIV and reduce the impact of AIDS in Botswana.
The first case of AIDS in Botswana was identified in 1985, and it is estimated that significant spread of HIV in the country started in the mid-1980's. Since then the spread of the virus in the population has been explosive, starting in the urban and peri-urban areas, and rapidly expanding to rural localities. HIV seroprevalence studies among pregnant women in 1997 showed a high prevalence of 42.9
Prior to this report, little scientific documentation existed on HIV/AIDS policies, legislation, financing and programme implementation in Southern African Development Community countries. This study reviews the HIV/AIDS policy and related issues in six southern African countries and provides recommendations on how best to strengthen policy in these areas.
This project uses stories rather than projections to explore the future of AIDS in Africa over the next 20 years. Statistics may give a succinct and tragic snapshot of recent events, but they say little of the AIDS epidemic's wider context, or its complex interconnections with other major issues, such as economic development, human security, peace, and violence. Statistics can only hint at the future. Indeed, by 2025, no one under the age of 50 in Africa will be able to remember a world without AIDS.The book is rich and detailed-reflecting the complexity of its subject matter. …
The Introduction of Buckling positions South Africa's epidemic and its anticipated impact in a wider historical and ideological context. Chapter Two ('Gauging the epidemic') examines the epidemiological evidence and the controversies surrounding it. Chapter Three ('Ground Zero') reviews and critiques the customary narratives of AIDS impact on households, of orphan-hood and of home-based care, and shows how the epidemic is accentuating and hardening some of the most grievous features of society. …
Cette étude fournit de nombreuses données sur la santé publique et de nombreuses références sur le Rwanda et sa structure socio-politique.
This booklet attempts to capture details of a range of Best Practices in order to provide useful lessons and offer references for all actors of the International Partnership against AIDS in Africa (IPAA.)
Ce document présente le résumé des données d'expérience échangées lors de la 2ème Conférence régionale sur le SIDA en Afrique en 1989. Les questions abordées ont trait à l'exécution et à la surveillance continue des programmes nationaux de lutte contre le SIDA, à la définition des groupes cibles, au counselling, à l'implication des médias, au préservatif.
This paper is a discussion on policy and programming methods and reponses to HIV/AIDS. Drawn from the experiences of UNDP, it has a strong inclination towards the need for multisectoral and multidimensional approaches on the ground level. The need for this is argued by the fact that without the adjustment of developmental parameters through a strengthening of national policy and programming reponses, there will be an intensification of social and economic costs of the epidemic.