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  1. Reproductive health during conflict and displacement : a guide for programme managers

    This inter-agency field manual provides a tool that defines how to develop practical and appropriately-focused reproductive health programmes during each phase of conflict and displacement: pre-conflict, conflict, stabilization, and post-conflict.

  2. Adolescent girls' livelihoods. Essential questions, essential tools : a report on a workshop

    A report of the Workshop on Essential Questions, Essential Tools convened in Cairo, Egypt, 13-14 October 1999, by Population Council, and the International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) to learn more about the nature of both younger and older adolescents; work experience, and to differentiate the particular needs and potentials of adolescent girls. …

  3. HIV-positive - what next? For people who have recently discovered that they are HIV-positive

    Cette brochure a été conçue pour des personnes qui viennent d'apprendre leur séropositivité. Elle a pour but de les aider à faire face à cette situation angoissante en mettant à leur disposition des informations sur la maladie et des témoignages de personnes qui ont vécu la même chose. Elle présente également les traitements disponibles et leur efficacité. De plus, ce document explique les implications du VIH sur la sexualité, la vie professionnelle, les assurances, etc. …

  4. The increasing vulnerability of children in Nepal: an assessment of children and families affected by HIV/AIDS and the response at family, community, district and national level.

    This assessment is one of UNICEF's contributions to His Majesty's Government of Nepal's National Strategic Plan on HIV/AIDS (2002-2006) and actions to meet its commitments from the UN General Assembly Special Sessions on HIV/AIDS (June 2001) on Children (May 2002) and the Millenium Development Goals and targets.The overall aim of the national assessment is to provide substance for the development of a national strategy and action plan on children and families affected by HIV/AIDS under the National Strategic Plan 2002-2006. …

  5. The Socio-economic Impact of HIV/AIDS on Children in a Low Prevalence Context: the case of Senegal

    This chapter analyses the socio-economic impacts of HIV/AIDS on children in Senegal as well as the response policies implemented by the differnt actors. Data were collected at seven research sites across the country and complemented by a review of available reports and articles. Their analysis reveals an insignificant nationwide impact of HIV/AIDS in sectors of health, education, demography and economy.

  6. The Impact of HIV/AIDS on Orphans and Programme and Policy Responses

    As policymakers assess the growing weight of the orphans and children affected by the AIDS burden, there are key policy challenges apparent. This chapter will outline these challenges and attempt to offer some solutions, although the complexity of the debate makes such an analysis difficult.

  7. The Impact of HIV/AIDS on Children: Lights and Shadows in the "Successful Case" of Uganda

    This chapter analyses the socio-economic impact of HIV/AIDS on children in Uganda, with specific focus on their health, education and social welfare, and on the current and future policy/programme responses in the field of prevention, treatment and mitigation.

  8. The Current and Future Impact of the HIV/AIDS Epidemic on South Africa's Children

    This chapter has three aims. One, to investigate the impacts of the HIV/AIDS epidemic upon the children of South Africa with a focus on health, welfare and education implications. Two, to examine the responses of families, communities, civil society and governments to the crisis confronting the children. Three, to critique those responses and offer alternatives, which may assist in improving the impacts on children.

  9. The American Federation of Teachers Educational Foundation and the Kenya National Union of Teachers Prevention and Access to Treatment Program. Report submitted to the American Federation of Teachers Education Foundation/The Kenya National Union of Teachers/USAID

    The Prevention and Treatment Access (PTA) program of the American Federation of Teachers Educational Foundation (AFT-EF) is a unique partnership designed to strengthen the capacity of the 230,000-member Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) to implement effective HIV/AIDS interventions for Kenyan teachers and other stakeholders in the education sector. The PTA partners work in close cooperation with the Kenya Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MoEST), the Teacher Service Commission (TSC), the National AIDS Control Counsel (NACC) and USAID. …

  10. Taking Better Care? Review of a decade of work with orphans and vulnerable children in Rakai, Uganda

    This study was carried out between March and September 2003. It aims to inform policymakers at national and international levels about models of community-based care for children who have lost one or both parents (orphans) and vulnerable children - in particular, models which are sustainable and capable of delivering long-term benefits for children. …

  11. Strengthening care and support services in the era of treatment: Symposium report, 22-23 November 2005, Johannesburg, South Africa

    In response to a growing call from program managers and researchers in South Africa to engage in a dialogue with policymakers and donors about strengthening care and support services in the era of treatment, the Horizons Program organized a one-and-a-half day symposium on 22-23 November 2005 in Johannesburg. The symposium was designed to review current research and field experiences in order to identify ways to strengthen care and support programs, and to link them with treatment services. It also aimed to identify research, program, and policy gaps and priorities. …

  12. Situation of HIV/AIDS among Young People in the Asia-Pacific Region

    This note highlights the increasing risk of young people to HIV infection. It begins with an epidemiological overview and then analyses the factors that contribute to young people's vulnerability, including lack of information and access to youth-friendly health services, the needs of special target groups, and the links between drug use and HIV/AIDS. The paper then highlights the need for youth-friendly programmes and services, including peer-to-peer education and life skills. It also notes the importance of integrated youth health policies and high-level political comittment. …

  13. Republic of Malawi national policy on orphans and other vulnerable children

    The Government of Malawi is deeply concerned about the situation of orphans in the country. The HIV/AIDS pandemic is tragically claiming a lot of lives. More people in the productive age group (15 to 49 years) are becoming ill and dying leaving behind the elderly and the young to fend for themselves. Family structures are being disrupted and the continuing high levels of HIV infections mean that the HIV/AIDS pandemic will continue to exert more social and economic pressures on children, families and communities in Malawi. In the past the orphan problem posed no major challenges to society. …

  14. Reaching out to Africa's orphans: A framework for public action

    AIDS, conflicts, and other crises have swelled the number of orphans in much of Sub-Saharan Africa, thereby threatening realization of the Millennium Development Goals in the areas of education, health, nutrition, and poverty reduction. Few studies have attempted to synthesize evidence of risks to orphans or to analyze the extent and effectiveness of actions by governments and others to mitigate the risks. …

  15. Predicting the social consequences of orphanhood in South Africa

    This paper examines and questions the predictions found in the academic and policy literature of social breakdown in Southern Africa in the wake of anticipated high rates of orphanhood caused by the AIDS epidemic. Analysis of the logic underlying these predictions reveals four causal relationships necessary to fulfil such dramatic and apocalyptic predictions:1. High AIDS mortality rates will produce high numbers of orphans.2. These orphans will become children who do not live in appropriate social environments to equip them for adult citizenship.3. …

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