This article discusses the importance of situation analysis in the process of formulating interventions for children and families affected by HIV/AIDS.
This article discusses the various effects that Children affected by HIV/AIDS (CABA) are exposed to.
This is a power point presentation that discusses the impact of HIV/AIDS on children in relation to access to education. There are various indicators that are highlighted and some strategies are suggested to help assist these vulnerable children.
This study used formal reproductive health education and communication with parents on reproductive health among 15-19 year old males from the National Survey of Adolescent Males (1988 and 1995). Female adolescent reports were taken from the 1995 National Survey of Family Growth.
The rate of HIV infection in Cambodia is the highest for all of South East Asia at present.
Age-related data regularly show AIDS cases being at their lowest for boys and girls between the ages of 5 and 14. The low occurrence of AIDS among those aged 5-14 has led to children in this age range being regarded as constituting a "window of hope".
Drug use and HIV vulnerability remain issues of great concern for many countries in Asia and the Pacific because surveys indicate that in some geographical areas more than sixty per cent of all injecting drug users are HIV-positive.
The report identifies the principal findings from each of the three studies along with policy and practice implication. The three studies are: Young people and risk-taking in sexual relations; Community responses to AIDS; Use of the female condom: genders relations and sexual negotiation.
Since the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD), the HIV/AIDS epidemic has worsened dramatically.
This document explores the validity and interpretation of observed trends in HIV prevalence and incidence. It attempts to develop a better understanding of epidemiological patterns. It generates guidelines for evaluating changes in HIV.