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  1. Emerging issues and developments at the regional level : socio-economic measures to alleviate poverty in rural and urban areas : report of the third Asia-Pacific Intergovernmental Meeting on Human Resources Development for Youth

    The theme of the Meeting was "Integrated approaches to youth health: focus on sexual and reproductive health, substance abuse and HIV/AIDS". The Meeting provided a forum for the exchange of national experiences and good practices on the interrelated areas of sexual and reproductive health and prevention of substance abuse and HIV/AIDS among youth. …

  2. Adolescent and Youth Health (AYH) Policy

    The document presents the administrative order of the Secretary of Health, Department of Health (Philippines) that contains guidelines, procedures and implementing mechanism for Adolescent & Youth Health framework to ensure that all adolescents and youth have access to quality comprehensive health care and service in youth friendly environment.

  3. Youth in the Philippines : a review of the youth situation and national policies and programmes

    The monograph contains six chapters: youth development; youth education; youth health; youth employment; youth participation; and conclusions and recommendations. The first chapter on youth development provides an overview of youth participation in national development followed by a review of the national youth policy and programmes. Each of the three chapters on education, health and employment begin with an analysis of policy and followed by a quantitative and a qualitative analysis on youth issues in the relevant area.

  4. Strategic Plan 2002-2006

    Human Immune-deficiency Virus (HIV) started to spread in Zimbabwe in the early 1980s with the first case of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) identified in 1985. Since then, the number of reported cases of AIDS have been rising expontenaly from 119 reported in 1987 to over 655,000 cumulative estimated cases by the end of 2000.Current estimates from the National AIDS Coordination Programme of the Ministry of Health and Child Welfare, show that around 2000 people are dying of AIDS every week.What makes AIDS unique from other diseases is that it is affecting the young . …

  5. National Policy for HIV/AIDS Management in Schools

    Internationally, the first case of AIDS was diagnosed more than twenty years ago. In spite of extensive research, the origin of HIV has not been discovered. The spread of HIV in Jamaica is mainly through sexual contact between men and women. Additionally, about one-third of all babies born to HIV infected women are infected during pregnancy, at birth or through breast feeding unless anti-retroviral medication is given to prevent HIV transmission from mother to child.Persons infected with HIV do not immediately develop AIDS or AIDS symptoms. …

  6. Effects of the HIV/AIDS Pandemic on Rural Communities in ACP Countries-A Reader

    This report focuses on the effects of the HIV/AIDS pandemic on rural communities in African, Caribbean and Pacific countries. The report is a collection of information on HIV/AIDS from various documents and websites. It gives statistics of the pandemic from various regions including Sub-Saharan Africa and also highlights on the impact of HIV/AIDS on women, food security, agriculture and youth. It also looks at issues on mainstreaming of HIV/AIDS in development, governance and accountabilty on HIV/AIDS, HIV treatment and challenges and opportunities for civil society. …

  7. Principles to Guide Programming for Orphans and other children Affected by HIV/AIDS

    This document offers a set of guiding principles for an effective and greatly expanded response to children and adolescents affected by HIV/AIDS. It is hoped that it will enrich discussions among stakeholders at all national and international levels It is anticipated that in the coming years these principles will be revised to incorporate new lessons as community, national, regional and global efforts expand and evolve.

  8. Improving youth livelihoods in sub-Saharan Africa. A review of policies and programmes with particular reference to the link between sexual behaviour and economic well being

    This document provides comprehensive in-depth examination of the many facts involved in improving the lot of youth. In particular, the focus should be more integrated and include both reproductive health and economic improvements.

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