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    Globalization, debt relief and poverty reduction concepts and policies

    City University, London, 2000
    This paper is focussed on contributing towards a fuller understanding of the relationship between debt relief and reduction of poverty in a political economy and historical frame.It unfolds the role of state and non state institutions in initiating, co-ordinating, and practicing bold and innovative measures to reduce the debt burden and fulfil essential human needs while inducing long term stru
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    Potential uses of food aid to support HIV/AIDS mitigation activities in Sub-Saharan Africa

    Food and Nutrition Technical Assistance Project, 2000
    This article looks at ways of using food aid as an intervention to mitigate the impacts of HIV/AIDS.
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    The bitterest pill of all: the collapse of Africa's health system

    Save the Children Fund, 2001
    World leaders are discussing a multi-billion dollar package of initiatives aimed at tackling major diseases in poor countries. However, economic crisis and unsuccessful reforms in the past two decades have left many nations with failing health systems. What groundwork is needed before such vast resources are committed?
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    No quick fix: a sustained response to HIV/AIDS and children

    Save the Children Fund, 2001
    Report looks at how the AIDS epidemic is affecting children and young people, what is being done to address the consequences of the epidemic, and possible ways forwardPaper addresses the UN Declaration of Commitment to combatting HIV/AIDS, and makes recommendations, specifically regarding the following issues:comprehensive responses to the epidemicincreased prevention efforts, espec
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    HIV/AIDS as a human security issue: a gender perspective

    United Nations [UN] Division for the Advancement of Women, 2000
    The HIV/AIDS epidemic today is not simply a health issue. Its spread and impact cuts across all levels of society causing important consequences for human security.
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    How to Create an Effective Communication Project [on HIV / AIDS]

    Family Health International, 1996
    Careful planning of communication projects is necessary for the success of HIV/AIDS prevention programs. This handbook will guide you through the development of behavior change communication (BCC) projects using a strategy developed by the AIDS Control and Prevention (AIDSCAP) Project of Family Health International. The strategy is illustrated by the Communication Pyramid.
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    Behavior Change Through Mass Communication [HIV / AIDS]

    Family Health International, 1996
    This handbook is one in a series of practical handbooks designed by AIDSCAP's Behavior Change Communication (BCC) Unit. Its main objective is to help field level planners and implementors use mass media as a part of their overall communication strategy. This handbook will help you:Approach and work with TV, radio and print media staff Write short scripts for radio and TV programs.
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    TB/HIV:a clinical manual (2nd edition)

    WHO Tuberculosis Programme, 2004
    This World Health Organization manual provides a guide to the clinical management of tuberculosis, particularly in patients suffering from co-infection with HIV.It aims to promote the best possible diagnosis and treatment in low-income countries with high tuberculosis (TB) and HIV prevalence.Though primarily addressed to clinicians working at district hospitals in sub-Saharan Africa, the manual is
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    The intimate enemy: Gender Violence and Reproductive Health

    Panos Institute, London, 1998
    Gender violence causes more death and disability among women aged 15 to 44 than cancer, malaria, traffic accidents or even war.
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    Aftermath: women and women's organisations in post-conflict Cambodia

    US Agency for International Development, 2000
    Despite their small number, this paper finds that the post-conflict emergence of women's organisations in Cambodia have been contributing to the empowerment of women via vocational training and microcredit programs. They are assisting victims of HIV/AIDS, of domestic violence, and of trafficking and forced prostitution.

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