|Stephen Lewis speech at South Africa HIV/AIDS Conference
Source: Stephen Lewis, UN Special Envoy on HIV/AIDS in Africa Date: 2003
Speech by Stephen Lewis, UN Envoy on HIV/AIDS in Africa, in Durban, South Africa, on the eve of the 2003 South African AIDS Conference. Stephen Lewis addresses in particular the issue of treatment.
The International Partnership against AIDS in Africa
Source: UNAIDS Date: 2003
The AIDS situation in Africa has become catastrophic. There is an urgent need for a broader, intensified response from all actors at all levels. In order to mobilize vastly more resources for this purpose, African countries, together with the seven UNAIDS cosponsors and secretariat, bilateral development agencies, NGOs, and the private sector are building the International Partnership against AIDS in Africa.
Health and Human Rights
Source: Oxford Textbook on Public Health Date: 2002
The paper provides background information and a suggested framework for considering the issues and challenges of integrating gender into programmatic and policy action
Integrating Gender into HIV/AIDS Programs
Source: UNIFEM Gender and HIV/AIDS Web Portal Date: 2001
An analysis of the "health and human rights" movement at the level of international law and policy/politics.
Just Die Quietly: Domestic Violence and Women’s Vulnerability to HIV in Uganda
Source: Human Rights Watch Date: 2003
The human disaster of HIV/AIDS (human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immune deficiency syndrome) has devastated the African continent, and disproportionately affects African women, who account for the majority of infected people in the sub-Saharan region.
Communication, a response to HIV/AIDS
Source: L'Institut Panos Afrique de l'Ouest & Society Women against AIDS in Africa Date: 2003
Communication has become a pivotal element in responses developed against HIV/AIDS. This article outlines the different communication procedures and awareness approaches undertaken by NGOs and other organizations to fight the HIV pandemic.