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  1. HIV/AIDS in post conflict Sudan: vision, strategies, challenges and plan of action

    The document provides links to different information which describe the magnitude of problems related to HIV/AIDS. It recognises the inadequacy of the national response and the challenges that emerged in the conflict period which need to be seriously considered during the post conflict period.

  2. El VIH y los refugiados

    El presente informe de política se centra específicamente en las medidas necesarias para abordar la propagación y los efectos del VIH en los refugiados y las comunidades de acogida.

  3. Overcoming barriers to reproductive healthcare in post-conflict Afghanistan

    Overcoming barriers to reproductive healthcare in post-conflict Afghanistan

  4. Reproductive health for communities in crisis: UNFPA emergency response

    This advocacy booklet details UNFPA's work with global partners to respond to the reproductive health needs of refugees and internally displaced persons in crisis situations around the world: providing services to address complications of pregnancy and delivery, the transmission of sexually transmitted infections including HIV/AIDS, adolescent health, violence against women, and access to condoms and other contraceptives.

  5. 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.

  6. HIV and AIDS: information and activity book for mentors

    This booklet is an example of life skills based education materials used in emergency situations, especially for children and young people who are vulnerable to sexual abuse and rape. While the materials are intended for an audience aged 10 and above, the core content of the material is universally applicable and the materials can be adapted to a particular situation. It is the HIV and AIDS module of the life skills programme of Southern Sudan. …

  7. Tailoring the education message: a diversity of settings and needs. Symposium report UNAIDS Inter-Agency Task Team on Education, 14 May 2007

    This is a report on the Symposium that accompanied the 15 - 16 May, 2007 meeting of the UNAIDS Inter-Agency Task Team (IATT) on Education. It consists of five parts: 1. The Introduction gives a brief summary of the purpose and operating procedures of the IATT, outlines the purposes, organization, and structure of the May 2007 Symposium, and briefly describes each of the hosting organizations. 2. …

  8. HIV/AIDS and school children in post emergency situations in primary schools in Uganda

    This paper was presented at the Plan - Waro colloquium on education, violence, conflict and peace perspectives in Africa, Yaoundé, Cameroun 6-10 March 2006. The paper outlines a Plan Uganda project on training teachers as Reproductive Health Educators and psycho-social counselors.

  9. HIV/AIDS Education for Refugee Youth: the window of hope

    This paper has been written to meet the need for guidance, expressed by our field colleagues in Africa, on how to introduce and implement HIV/AIDS education in our refugee programmes targeting youth. It is addressed to humanitarian workers in refugee settings, especially UNHCR Community Service Officers, education personnel and the staff of implementing partners working on education related issues. We hope that it will provide you with some ideas and practical inputs on how you can approach the issue of HIV/AIDS in formal and non-formal refugee education programmes.

  10. Guidebook book for planning education in emergencies and reconstruction. HIV preventive education (Chapter 4.3)

    The Guidebook for planning education in emergencies and reconstruction aims to support educational authorities in providing equal access to education of quality for children affected by conflict or disaster. It is addressed primarilyat staff of ministries of education, including national, provincial and district level planners and managers, in countries affected by conflict or natural disasters, or hosting refugees from a neighbouring state. …

  11. Educational responses to HIV and AIDS for refugees and internally displaced persons: discussion paper for decision-makers

    This discussion paper, prepared by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), is intended for policy-makers and implementers in ministries of education, civil society organizations, and donor and development agencies involved in emergency, reconstruction and development responses.It examines the current situation with regard to conflict, displacement and HIV, and notes the protection risks faced by refugees and internally displaced persons. …

  12. Education in Emergencies and for Reconstruction: a developmental approach

    This document aims to provide programme guidance to those faced with the challenge of addressing education in emergency situations. It has been developed in cooperation with UNICEF colleagues in Emergency Operations and field offices, and with education advisors and others concerned with the impact of emergencies on education. Professional colleagues from sister UN organizations such as UNESCO and UNHCR, bilateral agencies, and non-governmental organizations such as Save the Children and the Norwegian Refugee Council have also provided valuable information. …

  13. Downward spiral. HIV/AIDS, state capacity, and political conflict in Zimbabwe

    The purpose of this study is to demonstrate, by focusing on the case of Zimbabwe, how HIV/AIDS operates simultaneously across various domains-demographic, economic, and governance-to destabilize states and threaten their national security. Given the complex mix of factors that are contributing to Zimbabwe's current malaise (political corruption, a land distribution crisis, and an enduring drought), it is perhaps best to think of the HIV/AIDS epidemic as a powerful "stressor" that is exerting a significant negative influence on the nation's economic health and political stability. …

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