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  1. Report of the mid-term review of the national HIV and AIDS strategic plan 2006-2011

    The multi-sectoral National Strategic Plan (NSP) for HIV and AIDS was developed and launched in 2006. It covers a five-year period from 2006-2011. The NSP was developed through an extensively participatory process following the joint review of the national multi-sectoral response to HIV and AIDS in 2005. From October 2008 to April 2009, the National AIDS Commission in collaboration with its stakeholders and partners who are involved in the national response to the HIV and AIDS commissioned the Mid-Term Review (MTR) of the NSP. …

  2. Children and AIDS: Fourth Stocktaking Report, 2009

    In 2005, the epidemic's consequences prompted UNICEF, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) and other partners to launch Unite for Children, Unite against AIDS, a global campaign to focus attention and resources on mitigating the worst effects of HIV and AIDS on children and young people. Four years into this effort, many lives have been saved or improved because national governments, non-governmental organizations, local communities and international organizations have been examining the evidence and responding. …

  3. Expanding the role of networks of people living with HIV/AIDS in Uganda: the Networks Model project 2006-2009. USAID project-end report

    This report outlines the background, achievements and lessons learned during the start up, implementation and close out of the Alliance's three-year United States Agency for International Development - funded project, Expanding the Role of Networks of People Living with HIV/AIDS in Uganda (the Networks Model project). The report aims to support learning across the Alliance's programmes and the wider HIV response.

  4. National HIV/AIDS policy

    HIV/AIDS has become a generalized epidemic in Jamaica that affects the health and wellbeing of large numbers of people from all social classes and occupational groups throughout the country. However, HIV/AIDS is not only a health problem; it is a developmental issue that affects the social, cultural, political and economic fabric of the nation. This policy recognizes that an effective response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic requires respect for and protection and fulfilment of all rights - human, civil, political, economic, social and cultural. …

  5. Jamaica national HIV/AIDS monitoring and evaluation system. Monitoring and evaluation plan. Document A

    The Mand E system to collect data and produce information and evidence for the Jamaica National HIV/AIDS/STI Programme is described in two documents: the Mand E Plan (Document A) and the M and E Operations Manual (Document B). The M and E Plan is the fundamental document following the National Strategic Plan (NSP). It explains how a programme will measure its achievements and provide for accountability to the stakeholder and donor communities. …

  6. The global economic crisis and HIV prevention and treatment programmes: vulnerabilities and impact

    The global economic crisis threatens recent gains in health and poverty reduction in developing countries. What is the effect of the crisis on HIV programmes, especially in high HIV prevalence countries? What are the possible consequences? What can be done to avoid negative impacts? Much is at risk: increased mortality and morbidity, unplanned interruptions or curtailed access to treatment, with increased risk of HIV transmission, higher future financial costs, increased burden on health systems and reversal of economic and social development gains.

  7. Promoting gender equality in HIV and AIDS responses: making aid more effective through tracking results

    UNIFEM and the European Commission (EC) have been working in collaboration to prioritize gender equality in aid agendas and to get a clearer picture of the effect that HIV funding and policy have on women's lives, focusing in particular on the impact it has on ending violence against women and in improving women's sexual and reproductive health access and rights. …

  8. Assessing the Integration of gender and Human Rights in HIV Related Documents and Processes in Selected Southern African Countries. A rapid assessment

    This report presents the findings of a desk study undertaken to assess the integration of gender and human rights in HIV-related documents and processes in Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. It highlights best practices, lessons learned, and areas for future action. The report implies an urgency to move from the status quo, whereby the centrality of gender equality and human rights in the pandemic regionally is underestimated. …

  9. Malawi HIV and AIDS Extended National Action Framework (NAF), 2010-2012

    The Malawi Extended National HIV and AIDS Action Framework (NAF) for the period 2010 to 2012 follows the NAF 2005 to 2009, and harmonises the national HIV and AIDS response with the Malawi Growth and Development Strategy (MGDS). The goals of the Extended NAF are: to prevent the spread of HIV infection among Malawians; provide access to treatment to People Living with HIV; and mitigate the health, socio-economic and psychosocial impacts of HIV and AIDS on individuals, families, communities and the nation. The extended NAF has 7 priority areas as listed below: 1. …

  10. Joint Mid-Term Review of the National Aids Strategic Framework 2006-2010. Technical Report

    Implementation of the NASF 2006-2010 is now mid-way through its planned period and as planned, this Joint Mid-Term Review (JMTR) is on course. The broad objectives of the review are to assess and appraise the status of the national response against the set targets and indicators spelt out in the National Strategic Framework and/or Action Plans during the period under review. …

  11. HIV proposed action plan in Scotland. Phase one: May 2009 to March 2011

    This action plan outlines how the Scottish Government will lead an increased focus on the prevention of HIV transmission in Scotland. It will also identify how the provision of high quality care and treatment for people with HIV can be delivered across Scotland. The Scottish Government's approach to an HIV action plan will therefore have two phases: phase one will outline those things that can be taken action on now and during that period consider the evidence to inform the government priorities for continuous improvements leading to a phase two plan from March 2011. …

  12. State programme on HIV Prevention for 2001-2005. Resolution of the council of ministers N°2041

    The main objective of the state programme on HIV prevention for 2001-2005 is preventing a further spreading of HIV amongst the population and minimising its adverse impacts. The programme will be based on the target programmes of the ministries and other government authorities of the republic responsible for fulfilment of actions stated in this programme.

  13. National HIV/AIDS programme 2004 - 2008

    The programme provides an overview of AIDS work in Switzerland, the current situation, the challenges to be faced, and serves as reference for players active in the HIV/AIDS field. It confirms the existing direction of AIDS work in Switzerland and initiates new developments where necessary and important. It sets national goals and specifies the players responsible for implementing them. It contributes towards implementing the United Nations guidelines on HIV/AIDS. The programme concentrates on the three core fields of prevention, therapy and counselling, as well as solidarity.

  14. Malawi national HIV/AIDS policy

    The goal of this policy is to prevent HIV infections, to reduce vulnerability to HIV, to improve the provision of treatment, care and support for people living with HIV/AIDS and to mitigate the socio-economic impact of HIV/AIDS on individuals, families, communities and the nation. …

  15. National plans of action for orphans and vulnerable children in sub-Saharan Africa. Where are the youngest children?

    In 2005, an estimated 48 million children aged 0-18 years, that is to say 12 percent of all children in sub-Saharan Africa, were orphans, and that number is expected to rise to 53 million by 2010. One quarter of all orphans are orphaned because of AIDS, and about 2.6 million children are currently infected with HIV. In response to the general awareness of the increasing number of these children, a global initiative to develop national plans of action (NPAs) for these orphans and vulnerable children (OVCs), or children affected by HIV and AIDS, has been launched. …

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