The ASEAN Guidelines for A Non-Violent Approach to Nurture, Care and Development of Children, in All Settings. ASEAN. (2016)

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The ASEAN Guidelines for a Non-violent Approach to Nurture, Care and Development of Children in All Settings is one of the projects in the ACWC Work Plan (2012 - 2016). This Guidelines reflects the serious concern of ASEAN, the expression of commitment of the ACWC and its contribution to the well-being of children in ASEAN.

 


Keywords: HIV, AIDS, rights, children, school, violence 

 

 

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WHO Essential Medicines and Health Products Annual Report 2015. WHO/EMP. (2016)

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2015 confirmed a significant recent trend in the flagship WHO Model List of Essential Medicines with groundbreaking new treatments for hepatitis C and a variety of cancers included in the list despite their high prices. The list also included five new medicines for multidrug resistant tuberculosis (TB), among other updates. Traditionally considered a tool for developing countries to use as a guide for national medicines selection, the WHO Essential Medicines List is increasingly seen as a tool to increase access globally.


Keywords: HIV, AIDS, treatment, hepatitis C, tuberculosis (TB), drug resistant

 

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Punjab Development Statistics 2016. Bureau of Statistics Planning and Development Department, Punjab. (2016)

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Bureau of Statistics has been issuing this publication since 1972. The present edition is the 42nd in the series. It provides important statistics in respect of social, economic and financial sectors of the economy at aggregate as well as sectoral levels. This publication contains data on almost all sectors of the Provincial economy with their break-up by Tehsil, District & Division as far as possible. Two tables on Vital Statistics and Total Number of Registerd Voters are also added in this issue.


Keywords: HIV, AIDS, MICS, health care, child mortality, reproductive health

 

 

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Health Information Booklet 2015. Ministry of Health Brunei Darussalam. (2016)

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Brunei Darussalam has been successful in reversing the trend for HIV/AIDS and Malaria and other diseases. This is made possible by providing universal access to treatment for HIV/AIDS for all those who need it, through as series of integrated measures aimed at preventing and contraolling the outbreak of existing diseases and the emergence of new ones. 


Keywords: HIV, AIDS, SDGs, health care, treatment, maternal and child Health

 

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Strategic Framework for Prevention of Parent to Child Transmission (PPTCT) of HIV in Pakistan. Khan A. (2017)

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This strategic framework provides a road map to scale-up PPTCT services in the most efficient manner, where value for money is achieved with the promise that no infected mother will be missed and no child will be born with HIV, where every HIV exposed infant will receive the much needed HIV test at 6 weeks of age, and linked to treatment where required.

 


Keywords: HIV, PPTCT, ART, treatment, care

 

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Annual Report 2016: Millions of Lives Transformed. UNFPA. (2017)

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Now more than ever, we must ensure that the marginalized, the forgotten—the ones often left behind—can exercise their fundamental human right to decide, free of coercion, discrimination and violence, when or how often to have children.

UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund, is proud to have enabled millions of women of childbearing age to exercise that right and to have helped to nearly double modern contraceptive use worldwide from 36 per cent in 1970 to 64 per cent in 2016.

This annual report shows how funds entrusted to UNFPA have enabled us to protect and promote the health and rights of millions of women and young people and enable them to realize their full potential.

 

Keywords: violence, rights, women, girls, young people

 

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HIV/AIDS Situation in Hong Kong [2016]. Centre for Health Protection, Department of Health. (2017)

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The first case of HIV infection in Hong Kong was reported in 1984. As of 2016, the Department of Health has received a cumulative total of 8,410 reports of HIV infection and 1,766 AIDS cases under the voluntary and anonymous HIV/AIDS reporting system. The number of HIV reports in 2016 was 692, 5% decrease compared to the 725 cases in 2015. People infected with HIV progress to AIDS when they suffer from clinical complications of severe immunodeficiency due to HIV. In 2016, 111 AIDS reports were received. The most common illnesses presenting at AIDS were Pneumocystis pneumonia and tuberculosis.

 

Keywords: HIV, AIDS, MSM, IDU, adults, transmission, cases

 

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Factsheet: HARiS - HIV and AIDS Response Indicator Survey 2016 for Male-to-female Transgender. Centre for Health Protection, Department of Health. (2017)

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Male-to-female transgender (TG) has been a neglected and hard-to-reach community, yet various overseas studies have shown that their HIV prevalence can be quite high. To better study the situation in Hong Kong, it has been included as one distinct at-risk populations in the HIV/AIDS Response Indicator Survey (HARiS) since 2014.
The fourth HARiS was conducted in 2016 via commissioning to the Stanley Ho Centre for Emerging Infectious Disease, School of Public Health and Primary Care of the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

 


Keywords: Hong Kong, HIV, TG, sexual behaviours, testing, alcohol use

 

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Factsheet: HARIS - HIV and AIDS Response Indicator Survey 2016 for Men who have Sex with Men. Centre for Health Protection, Department of Health. (2017)

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Men who have sex with men (MSM) has continued to account for a significant proportion of newly acquired HIV infections in Hong Kong. To keep on tracking the epidemic and inform intervention, MSM population has been included as one of the five major at-risk populations in the HIV/AIDS Response Indicator Survey (HARiS).
The fourth HARiS was conducted in 2016 via commissioning to the Stanley Ho Centre for Emerging Infectious Disease, School of Public Health and Primary Care of the Chinese University of Hong Kong.


Keywords: Hong Kong, HIV, MSM, testing, counselling and testing (VCT)

 

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Factsheet: HARiS - HIV and AIDS Response Indicator Survey 2016 for Injecting Drug User. Centre for Health Protection, Department of Health. (2017)

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In Hong Kong, the number of HIV cases transmitted through injecting drug use (IDU) has remained low up till now and contributed to less than 5% of all reported cases cumulatively. However, the potential risk of cluster outbreak and rapid upsurge of infection among the IDU population is always a concern. To monitor HIV-related risk behaviours and access to HIV testing services among IDU, this population has been included as one of the four at-risk populations in the HIV/AIDS Response Indicator Survey (HARiS) implemented since 2013. The fourth round of survey was conducted in 2016 via commissioning to the Stanley Ho Centre for Emerging Infectious Disease, School of Public Health and Primary Care of the Chinese University of Hong Kong.


Keywords: Hong Kong, HIV, IDU, STI, sexual behaviours, testing, needle, condom

 

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