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  1. National school health policy

    The key objective of this policy is to guide, protect, and promote healthy measures for all school children in Papua New Guinea. The policy will address these key areas: 1. Effective collaboration and partnership between NDoH, DoE, and other stakeholders; 2. Promoting school health education programs, health promoting schools and providing school medical; 3. Proper nutrition for school aged children; 4. Sexual reproductive education for upper primary and secondary schools; 5. Ensuring all schools in Papua New Guinea (PNG) are drug, alcohol and tobacco free; 6. …

  2. National research agenda for HIV and AIDS Papua New Guinea 2008‐2013

    Guided by stakeholder consultation and the review of available research literature, the National Research Agenda provides a guide for Papua New Guinea over the next 5 years. Priority areas for research are under 3 subtheme areas of: i) Increasing knowledge of the drivers of the epidemic and understanding the lives of those directly infected and affected by HIV and AIDS; ii) Evaluating the effectiveness and appropriateness of the National Response to HIV; and iii) Measuring the impact and intersection of the epidemic on sectors and civil society.

  3. HIV and sexually transmitted infections in the Western Pacific region 2000-2010

    The countries in the Western Pacific Region have made good progress in reducing the transmission of HIV and providing services to people living with HIV (PLHIV). However, challenges remain and there are important gaps to be filled. This report documents the achievements and challenges of the health sector’s response to the HIV epidemic in the Region over the past decade. It identifies best practices and important opportunities to further reduce the number of new infections, and prolong and improve the quality of life of people living with HIV in the Western Pacific Region. …

  4. Papua New Guinea national HIV and AIDS strategy 2011-2015: implementation framework

    This implementation Framework is a companion document to the National HIV and AIDS Strategy, designed to guide partners with how they go about implementing the Strategy. Itásets out the major activity areas that need to be implemented for a particular strategic objective to be achieved. …

  5. Papua New Guinea National HIV and AIDS strategy 2011-2015

    The new National HIV and AIDS Strategy, 2011-2015 seeks to build on past achievements and address shortcomings in PNG's response to the HIV epidemic. The NHS replaces the National Strategic Plan on HIV/AIDS, 2006-2010 (NSP). Its overarching goal is to reduce transmission of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STI) and minimise their impact on individuals, families and communities. To effectively achieve the goals of these two priority areas, the national response will also need to make a concerted effort to address a range of key cross-cutting issues. …

  6. Papua New Guinea National HIV and AIDS Strategy 2011-2015

    The purpose of the National HIV and AIDS Strategy is to provide an overarching framework for everyone at all levels to guide and drive an expanded response to HIV, AIDS and STIs in Papua New Guinea. It focusses on three priority areas: Prevention; Counselling, Testing, Treatment, Care and Support; and System Strengthening.

  7. Gender and HIV in the Pacific Islands Region

    This study presents evidence linking the spread of HIV with gender inequality in law and in custom in Pacific Island countries and territories. It suggests recommendations based on the findings, proposing policy responses and programme approaches which can and should be fundamental to fighting the spread of HIV in Pacific Island countries and territories. …

  8. Enabling Effective Responses HIV in Pacific Island Countries: Options for Human Rights-Based Legislative

    This report presents options for human rights-based legislation for the prevention and management of HIV, for protecting those already infected and those particularly affected by or vulnerable to HIV, and ensuring that people living with HIV can continue to live useful and productive lives. …

  9. Intersections - gender, HIV, and infrastructure operations. Lessons from selected ADB-financed transport projects

    ADB is committed to mainstream gender equality approaches in all sectors of its operations. This publication assesses the nexus between gender inequalities, HIV spread, and infrastructure development. A desk review and comparative analysis of existing infrastructure sector policies, legal and regulatory frameworks related to HIV prevention in Cambodia, the People's Republic of China, India, Papua New Guinea, and Tajikistan identifies factors which may contribute to promote an effective response to the epidemic. …

  10. Case study of the education response to HIV and AIDS in Papua New Guinea

    This report was commissioned by the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) on behalf of the National Department of Education (NDoE). Its main purpose is to provide an analysis of the education sector's contribution to the HIV and AIDS response in PNG. Specifically, this case study seeks to inform the Government of PNG and its partners of successful interventions, critical factors of success, and emerging challenges. In doing so, the study aims at bringing to the forefront perceptions and concerns of key stakeholders and highlighting examples of best practice from PNG. …

  11. Papua New Guinea National Strategic Plan on HIV/AIDS, 2006-2010

    The government's National Strategic Plan (NSP) on HIV/AIDS, 2004-2008 is the second National Plan succeeding the Medium Term Plan (1998-2002). Over the past fifteen years, the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Papua New Guinea (PNG) reached significant heights calling for renewed energies and directions to contain a fast spreading epidemic. PNG has recently been declared the fourth country in the Asia-Pacific region with a generalised epidemic. The National Strategic Plan places priority on seven focus areas : 1. Treatment, counselling, care and support; 2. Education and prevention; 3. …

  12. HIV/AIDS management and prevention act 2003

    The HIV/AIDS Management and Prevention Act 2003 was passed in 2003; its main purpose is to manage and provide avenues towards prevention and spread of HIV/AIDS. The objectives of the act are : 1. protect the privacy; liberty and mobility rights of persons infected or affected by HIV/AIDS; 2. provide an atmosphere where persons are encouraged to go in for voluntary testing and post-test counseling and support services; 3. prevents mandatory HIV testing; 4. safeguards confidentiality; 5. empowers an affected person to seek redress from the Courts; 6. …

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