The pillars of this plan are the following: 1. Policy, Advocacy and Enabling Environment, 2. Coordination and Management of the Decentralized response, 3. Mitigating the Social, Cultural, Legal and Economic Impacts, 4. Prevention and Behaviour Change Communication, 5.
The impact of the epidemic has given a new dimension to the University's social responsibility in the wake of changing socioeconomic milieu.
This National Program of Action (NPA) for children in Pakistan has developed set targets and indicators to assess progress towards the achievement of the Goals and will also envisage a process of monitoring progress towards the achievement of the Goals through the development of a system to measu
El presente documento se ha desarrollado para apoyar el objetivo de la International Planned Parenthood Federation, de aumentar el acceso a una educación integral en sexualidad, orientada a la juventud y sensible al tema de género, y para aprovechar las recomendaciones de una extensa consulta int
Loi togolaise portant protection des personnes en matière du VIH/SIDA.
Therapeutic Education: Recommendations Regarding Disclosure of HIV Status to Children under ARV in MSF Projects is a document developed by Médecins sans frontières, in 2005. It focuses particularly upon the objectives and means of disclosure of pediatric HIV.
POLICY GOALS (i) To improve health, welfare and productivity of ZNUT members and employees. (ii) To mainstream HIV and AIDS support programme for ZNUT infected and affected members and employees.
This policy is designed to engage prevention programmes in the fight against HIV and AIDS. Partnerships needs to be established between student and staff communities.
The Policy Framework for orphans and other children made vulnerable by HIV and AIDS serves to: confirm existing policy and refer to intended policy; reinforce existing, relevant legislation and the links between various pieces of legislation and policies; provide a rationale for common action by
Integrated global communications and markets, increased awareness of violence from non-state actors, and the surge in infection and death rates from HIV/AIDS have drawn attention to development in a way that has not been seen since the end of World War II.