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  1. Children's Rights: China

    China has ratified major international documents with regard to children’s rights protection. China’s domestic legislation also provides protection for a wide range of children’s rights. The reality, however, is disputable. Few accurate statistics could be obtained directly from the official source. In practice, enforcement of the treaty obligations and the legislative declarations remains a huge problem.

  2. Legal protections against HIV-related human rights violations: Experiences and lessons learned from national HIV laws in Asia and the Pacific

    This report is a direct follow-up to Global Commission on HIV and the Law: Risks, Rights and Health (July 2012) and the Asia-Pacific Regional Dialogue of the Global Commission on HIV and the Law convened in Bangkok in February 2011. This study identifies the laws that states of Asia and the Pacific have put in place to provide legal protections against HIV-related human rights violations and the lessons learned from implementation and enforcement. …

  3. Innovative uses of communication technology for HIV programming for MSM and TG populations

    This paper is a summary report of a two-day technical consultation whose goal was to provide a forum for key stakeholders in HIV research, programming, implementation, and evaluation to take stock of important developments in the field and develop strategies to improve communication technology for enhanced HIV services. During the meeting, which was co-sponsored by the U.S. …

  4. Regulations on AIDS Prevention and Treatment

    Regulations on AIDS Prevention and Treatment

  5. HIV/AIDS strategic information framework: indicators to support HIV/AIDS policy making in China

    The HIV/AIDS Strategic Information Framework is intended as a tool to support policymakers and key officials at the national and provincial levels. Application of this framework is meant to: Support monitoring of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in China; Guide the collection of strategic information from multiple sources; Help identify gaps in currently available information and how to fill them; Strengthen the evidence base for effective HIV/AIDS policies; Permit the evaluation of efforts to scale up HIV/AIDS programmes; and Ensure accountability in the use of resources. …

  6. Notice of the State Council on further strengthening HIV/AIDS response

    This document describes the steps the further enhance HIV and AIDS prevention and control and effectively contain the spread of HIV.

  7. Toward Universal Access: Examples of municipal HIV programming for men who have sex with men and transgender people is six Asian cities

    This report analyzes current city-level responses in Manila, Bangkok, Jakarta, Yangon, Ho Chi Minh City and Chengdu to highlight innovate responses and underlines that city-based responses will have a critical impact on tackling HIV among MSM and transgender persons. The study also confirms that progress continues to be hampered by the existence of restrictive legal environment and policies, selective enforcement practices and the lack of local coordination between health, law enforcement officials and community based organizations. …

  8. China's action plan for reducing and preventing the spread of HIV/AIDS (2006-2010)

    The general objective of this action plan is further improving the working mechanism of government-led, multi-sectoral assigned, responsibilities with strong societal participation on HIV control; totally implementing the measures on HIV prevention, control and treatment; reducing the harm of HIV on people living with HIV, AIDS patients, their families as well as the general population. The number of HIV infections will be kept within 1.5 million by the year of 2010.

  9. Decree of the State Council of the People's Republic of China No. 457: regulations on AIDS prevention and treatment

    These Regulations are formulated in accordance with the law of the PRC on the Prevention and Treatment of Infectious Diseases for the purpose of ensuring human and public health, preventing and controlling the occurrence and epidemic of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS).

  10. Report card. HIV prevention for girls and young women: China

    This report card aims to provide a summary of HIV prevention for girls and young women in China. This Report Card is one in a series produced by the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF), under the umbrella of the Global Coalition on Women and AIDS, and with the support of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and Young Positives. The Report Card is an advocacy tool. It aims to increase and improve the programmatic, policy and funding actions taken on HIV prevention for girls and young women in China. …

  11. HIV and AIDS Related Employment Discrimination in China

    This report summarizes a broad body of existing research as well as reviews new research conducted by the ILO and Maries Stopes International. The findings point to a trend of increasing discrimination against workers that contradicts both national policies and international standards. …

  12. Evolution of China's response to HIV/AIDS

    This documents talks about Four factors which have driven China's response to the HIV/AIDS pandemic: (1) existing government structures and networks of relationships; (2) increasing scientific information; (3) external influences that underscored the potential consequences of an HIV/AIDS pandemic and thus accelerated strategic planning; and (4) increasing political commitment at the highest levels. China's response culminated in legislation to control HIV/AIDS - the AIDS Prevention and Control Regulations. Three major initiatives are being scaled up concurrently. …

  13. Assessment of Curriculum Response in 35 countries for the EFA Monitoring Report 2005 "The Quality Imperative"

    This study does not address the level of implementation of HIV/AIDS education, but the framework and conditions set in policies and curricula for curriculum implementation. This analysis will however lead to an evaluation of the likely quality of implementation that may be expected, regarding criteria established through existing research and evaluation. From the analysis of the curriculum, which states goals, intention and, what can be expected to be actually implemented as HIV/AIDS education in schools and class rooms. …

  14. HIV/AIDS epidemiology and prevention in China

    This article presents a review on HIV/AIDS epidemic history, current situation and prevention policy in China. HIV/AIDS epidemic groups and trends for HIV transmission were also discussed. In January 2006, 650 000 people were estimated to be living with HIV in China. The overall HIV/AIDS epidemic is at a low level (0.05%) and concentrated in several at risk populations. However, the data show that new cases of HIV infection are growing every year and spreading from at risk populations to the general population. …

  15. Midterm Assessment of the UN-Joint Programme on AIDS in China

    A mid-term assessment of the UN Joint Programme on HIV/AIDS for 2007-2010 was undertaken between 17 November and 12 December 2008. The assessment was to: Assess the status of the two-year work plan, the UNJP framework and functioning of the Joint UN Team on AIDS using the UNAIDS assessment tool among other things. Identify and document elements of the programme that have performed well and should be retained, together with those that should be dropped from the forward programme. …

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