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- Integrating Family Planning and HIV Services - Programs in Kenya & Ethiopia Lead the Way
- E. Scholl / US Agency for International Development, 2011
- In regions of high fertility and HIV prevalence, integration of family planning and HIV services has emerged as a promising strategy to prevent transmission of HIV, particularly from mother to child. This case study explores different model...
- Lay perceptions of the relationship between TB and HIV in Ethiopia
- M.K. Gebremariam; G.A. Bjune; J.C. Frich / BioMed Central, 2011
- Knowledge about lay perceptions of the relationship between tuberculosis (TB) and HIV is important for understanding patients’ health seeking behaviour and adherence to treatment. This study explores lay beliefs about TB and TB/HIV co...
- Ethiopia’s AIDS response and its successful “integrated health system strengthening approach”
- Y. Assefa; A. Alebachew; H. Fassil / Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, 2010
- Ethiopia’s AIDS response is distinguished by its ‘integrated health system strengthening approach’ to expanding health service-delivery. This study on Ethiopia’s experience in this relevance aims at improving underst...
- What are the major causes of death in conflict affected areas?
- P. Salama; P. Spiegel; L. Talley; R. Waldman / The Lancet, 2004
- Major advances have been made during the past decade in the way the international community responds to the health and nutrition consequences of complex emergencies. The public health and clinical response to diseases of acute epidemic pote...
- Country health sector teams in ten countries
- A. Harmer / Department for International Development Health Resource Centre (HRC), 2008
- This review outlines the current arrangements for country health sector teams (CHSTs) in ten International Health Partnership countries: Burundi, Cambodia, Ethiopia, Kenya, Madagascar, Mali, Mozambique, Nepal, Nigeria and Zambia. It provide...
- How effectively do National Plans of Action address the needs of the youngest orphans and vulnerable children?
- P. Engle / Bernard van Leer Foundation, 2008
- Although it is recognised that the focus of support must be on all children made vulnerable by HIV and AIDS, including those living with sick parents or in extreme poverty, the youngest are often invisible to programme planners, despite the...
- A policy guide to ending girl child marriage
- International Center for Research on Women, USA, 2007
- Girls who marry as children (younger than 18 years of age) are often more susceptible to the health risks associated with early sexual initiation and childbearing, including HIV and obstetric fistula. Lacking status and power, these girls a...
- Prevalence of HIV is low amongst high school students in northwestern Ethiopia
- G. Andargie / Ethiopian Journal of Health Development, 2007
- This paper from the Ethiopian Journal of Health Development investigates the prevalence of HIV infection and to assess personal knowledge, attitude and practice related to HIV/AIDS in Gondar; northwest Ethiopia. A total of 565 students were...
- Report cards detail plans to strengthen HIV prevention strategies in 23 countries
- International Planned Parenthood Federation, 2008
- Under the Global Coalition on Women and AIDS (GCWA), the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF), together with the United Nations Populations Fund (UNFPA) and Young Positives are developing 23 country Report Cards with the aim t...
- Food assistance and HIV: a step-by-step guide to integrated programming
- Academy for Educational Development, USA, 2007
- This guide from the FANTA project outlines key steps for integrating food assistance and nutrition into HIV programmes. It identifies key challenges to integrated HIV programming: inadequate understanding of how to address the overlaps betw...