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  1. National programme on the response to HIV epidemic in the Republic of Armenia for 2007-2011

    The national programme on the response to the HIV epidemic in the Republic of Armenia for 2007-2011 has been developed on the basis of the National strategic plan on the response to the HIV epidemic in the Republic of Armenia.The strategies and activities aimed at an effective response to the epidemic are related to six key sections:Development of a multisectoral response to HIVHIV preventionTreatment, care and supportMonitoring and evaluationManagement, coordination and partnershipFinancing and financial resources mobilization

  2. National programme on HIV/AIDS prevention 2002-2006

    The National Programme on HIV/AIDS Prevention has the following goals:Developing and implementing the national policy on HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment; HIV/AIDS prevention amongst injecting drug-users; Forming safer sexual behaviour; Prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmissionEnsuring donated blood safety; HIV/AIDS and STI prevention among minors and youth; Caring for people living with HIV/AIDS.

  3. National policy on HIV/AIDS for the Republic of Zimbabwe

    National policy on HIV/AIDS for the Republic of Zimbabwe

  4. National policy on HIV/AIDS

    This National Policy on HIV/AIDS provides a framework, based on human rights, for the prevention of HIV and the reduction of its impacts at all levels of society. It outlines the specific objectives and strategies of the Government's response to HIV and AIDS.

  5. National plan of action for orphans and other vulnerable children Zimbabwe

    The NPA for OVC was developed with the participation of children as key stakeholders at the National Stakeholders' Conference in June 2003. …

  6. National University of Science and Technology HIV/AIDS policy

    The University shall be guided by the following four principle policy components with respect to HIV/AIDS prevention, care and support, research and mitigation impact:Rights and responsibilities of staff and students affected and infected by HIV/AIDS.Integration of HIV/AIDS into teaching research and service activities of all University faculties, centers and units.To provide preventive measures, care and support to staff and students affected and/infected with HIV/AIDS to alleviate fear, stigma, and discrimination surrounding HIV/AIDS.Policy implementation: structures, procedures, monitoring  …

  7. National University of Rwanda HIV/AIDS control policy

    This document details the HIV and AIDS policy and programmes of the National University of Rwanda.

  8. National Strategy on HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control in VietNam till 2010 with a Vision to 2020

    National Strategy on HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control in VietNam till 2010 with a Vision to 2020

  9. National strategic plan for a comprehensive and multi-sectoral response to HIV/AIDS/STI. 2002 - 2005

    This Strategic Plan for HIV/AIDS/STI covers a three-year span from 2002 to 2005. It provides the strategic content of the HIV component of the National Development Plan and is consistent with the National Health Policy and Plan of East Timor. The plan is developed in the context of challenges of a post-conflict new nation in its Nation-building phase, which requires extensive capacity building, building of social capital, infrastructure and institution development. Four mutually supporting strategies guides this Plan:1. Creating an enabling environment.2. …

  10. National Strategic Plan against AIDS 2002 - 2006

    From the emergence of the first AIDS case in the world, in the beginning of the eighties, the number of cases reported to WHO didn't stop increasing, becoming the first mortality cause at African continent level and the fourth at world level, in the adults.Since then, many progresses were already made in research and treatment areas. However, the results of the efforts made in the fight against AIDS are not very visible, mainly in the countries in development, where poverty reaches most of the population. …

  11. National Strategic Plan For HIV/AIDS 2002-2006

    This document is the result of a review of implementation of the National AIDS Programme Strategic Plan 1999-2001, together with the input of a wide cross section of Government Ministry Officials, NGOs, legal profession, Persons Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHAs), religious organisations, UN and other international and bilateral agencies. The 1999-2001 strategic plan was comprehensive, but suffered from an insufficiency of resources, human, technological and financial, for its execution. …

  12. National Programme on Prevention and Control of HIV/AIDS and STIs 2006-2010

    Major objectives of the programme:- succession and sustainability in planning and implementation of activities and interventions; - joining efforts, involvement, interaction and coordination of the activities of state institutions, local public authorities, individual persons, including people living with HIV/AIDS, NGOs and international organizations as partners in the implementation of activities to fight HIV/AIDS/STIs in the Republic of Moldova; - attracting and making rational use of bugetary financial resources, from grants, communication projects, raising awareness and behavioral change; …

  13. National programme for the Aquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome and sexually transmitted diseases prevention and control (2001-2007)

    At present HIV/AIDS spread in Bulgaria is still comparatively limited. 310 HIV positive patients have been recorded so far. The data from the recent few years, however, outline a trend of increasing the number of newly infected people. Whereas in 1990 only three new cases were registered, during the current year their number has increased tenfold. The WHO record list ranks Bulgaria in the seventh out of the ten world regions in ascending order that are most threatened by the infection rate over the next 10 years. …

  14. National Program on Prevention and Control of HIV/AIDS and STIs for (STI) in 2001 - 2005

    The spreading of HIV/AIDS and STIs infections in Moldova during last years has got an epidemic character. As of 01.07.2000 a total cumulative number of 1110 cases of HIV have been officially reported with the Ministry of Health, 27 cases of AIDS and 21 death cases.The Republic of Moldova has the forth position on prevalence of HIVAIDS in population, after Russia, Ukraine and Belorusia.Practically, the epidemiological process is present in all territorial administrative areas. The situational analyses of the epidemics shows a high prevalence of HIV/AIDS among injecting drug users - 84 %. …

  15. National Policy on HIV/AIDS, for learners and educators in public schools, and students and educators in further education and training institutions

    National Policy on HIV/AIDS, for learners and educators in public schools, and students and educators in further education and training institutions


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