Families and Children Affected by HIV and AIDS and Other Vulnerable Children in Papua New Guinea. Department for Community Development (2008)

Families and Children Affected by HIV and AIDS and Other Vulnerable Children in Papua New Guinea. Department for Community Development (2008) It is with great pleasure that I introduce this summary of Fami ly and Children Affected by HIV and AIDS and Other Vulnerable Children in Papua New Guinea: A National Situation Analysis.i This Study was commissioned by the Department for Community Development with the support of the National AIDS Council and UNICEF. The Study was launched in 2007 by Dame Carol Kidu, Minister for Community Development, at the first National Leadership Forum for Children, convened by the Child Welfare Council. In reading this document, please ask yourself how, in a land as great as ours, can we allow our children to remain so vulnerable to violence, abuse and exploitation? Take for example the story of Wendy.

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Report: East Asia and Pacific Regional Partnership Forum on Children AND HIV & AIDS. UNICEF (2008)

Report: East Asia and Pacific Regional Partnership Forum on Children AND HIV & AIDS. UNICEF (2008) The East Asia and Pacific Regional Partnership Forum on Children and HIV & AIDS was convened from 31 March to 2 April 2008 in Bangkok, Thailand, with 133 delegates and partners from 17 countries, representing international, regional and national organizations. The Forum was a follow-up to the East Asia and Pacific Regional Consultation on Children and HIV & AIDS held from 22 to 24 March 2006 in Hanoi, Viet Nam.

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Scale Up of HIV-Related Prevention, Diagnosis, Care and Treatment for Infants and Children: A Programming Framework. WHO and UNICEF (2008)

Scale Up of HIV-Related Prevention, Diagnosis, Care and Treatment for Infants and Children: A Programming Framework. WHO and UNICEF (2008)
To help address this significant public health issue for children, UNICEF and WHO initiated a process to develop a programming framework designed to assist national health managers and implementing partners in resource constrained settings with a high HIV burden to scale up HIV prevention, diagnosis, care and treatment for children who are exposed to or who have HIV within the context of broader child survival and HIV programmes. This
framework was developed following an international consultation held in New York in 2006 that included more than 100 participants from the global pediatric HIV and child survival community.


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The Evidence Base for Programming for Children Affected by HIV/AIDS in Low Prevalence and Concentrated Epidemic Countries. Quality Assurance Project, USAID, Health Care Improvement Project, et al (2008)

The Evidence Base for Programming for Children Affected by HIV/AIDS in Low Prevalence and Concentrated Epidemic Countries. Quality Assurance Project, USAID, Health Care Improvement Project, et al (2008) The specific objectives of this study are to: 1) review, analyze, and document the situation of children affected by HIV/AIDS in low prevalence and concentrated epidemic settings related to health, nutrition, education, protection, placement, psychosocial and cognitive development as well as socioeconomic status and experiences with HIV/AIDS-related stigma and discrimination; 2) review, analyze, and document evidence on interventions to support children affected by HIV and AIDS in low prevalence and concentrated HIV epidemic areas; 3) summarize the extent of the evidence base,; and 4) formulate and prioritize practical recommendations to strengthen the evidence base for programming on affected children.

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The Evidence Base for Programming for Children Affected by HIV/AIDS in Low Prevalence and Concentrated Epidemic Countries. Quality Assurance Project, USAID, Health Care Improvement Project, et al (2008)

The Evidence Base for Programming for Children Affected by HIV/AIDS in Low Prevalence and Concentrated Epidemic Countries. Quality Assurance Project, USAID, Health Care Improvement Project, et al (2008) The specific objectives of this study are to: 1) review, analyze, and document the situation of children affected by HIV/AIDS in low prevalence and concentrated epidemic settings related to health, nutrition, education, protection, placement, psychosocial and cognitive development as well as socioeconomic status and experiences with HIV/AIDS-related stigma and discrimination; 2) review, analyze, and document evidence on interventions to support children affected by HIV and AIDS in low prevalence and concentrated HIV epidemic areas; 3) summarize the extent of the evidence base,; and 4) formulate and prioritize practical recommendations to strengthen the evidence base for programming on affected children.

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Women and Girls: Confrontation HIV and AIDS in Malaysia. Ministry of Health Malaysia and UNICEF (2008)

Women and Girls: Confrontation HIV and AIDS in Malaysia. Ministry of Health Malaysia and UNICEF (2008) This report grows out of the shared belief by the government and UNICEF that there must be a response to the impending HIV crisis confronting women and girls in Malaysia. Strong political commitment, leadership at the highest level and a multi-sectoral framework are required to address the complex issues affecting women's ability to control and make decisions regarding sexual and reproductive health.

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Committed to Caring Older Women and HIV & AIDS in Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam. The Global Coalition on Women and AIDS and HelpAge International (2007)

Committed to Caring Older Women and HIV & AIDS in Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam. The Global Coalition on Women and AIDS and HelpAge International (2007) HIV and AIDS can prove devastating in undermining traditional support structures that sustain many families in Asia, reversing the expectation that parents will be looked after by their adult children as they become older. Instead, older people, primarily women, are confronted with the task of caring for a sick adult child, coping with their eventual death, and possibly looking after a surviving grandchild.

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Early Detection of HIV Infection in Infants and Children. WHO (2007)

Early Detection of HIV Infection in Infants and Children. WHO (2007) Guidance note on consideration of options for selection of technology for early diagnosis of HIV in infants in resource-limited settings.

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Enhanced Protection for Children Affected by AIDS. UNICEF (2007)

Enhanced Protection for Children Affected by AIDS. UNICEF (2007) Enhanced Protection for Children Affected by AIDS A companion paper to The Framework for the Protection, Care and Support of Orphans and Vulnerable Children Living in a World with HIV and AIDS. All children have the right to protection. A child whose family is wealthy can still be raped or beaten. A girl in a loving family may still be married against her will where this is the social norm. But the risks for children increase when their families are poor, when children lack access to basic services or are stigmatized within their communities.

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Analysis of the Situation of Children and Women in DPR Korea. UNICEF (2006)

Analysis of the Situation of Children and Women in DPR Korea. UNICEF (2006) This analysis is meant to further the understanding of the situation of children and women in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK). We hope that it will serve as a resource for informing the policies and responses of both the government and the international community involved in protecting and promoting the rights and improving the lives of children and women. As the basis for UNICEF’s work in the country, this analysis is meant to illuminate and expound on the linkages between the prevailing conditions that impact on the situation of women and children.

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