Papua New Guinea–WHO Country Cooperation Strategy 2016–2020. WHO, Regional Office for the Western Pacific. (2016)

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This country cooperation strategy (CCS) follows the midterm review of the National Health Plan 2011–2020 and other assessments of the country situation. Papua New Guinea faces a critical transition with increased decentralization of health services, ongoing challenges in providing essential services and increasing donor challenges. This CCS is strategically focused on sustainable solutions: strengthening health security and health systems, and improving partner coordination.


Keywords: PNG, MDG, SDG, TH, HIV, funding

 

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Cambodia–WHO Country Cooperation Strategy 2016–2020. WHO, Regional Office for the Western Pacific. (2016)

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A Country Cooperation Strategy (CCS) provides a medium-term strategic vision for World Health Organization (WHO) cooperation with a particular Member State in support of that country’s national health policies, strategies and plans. WHO in consultation with the Government of Cambodia has drafted this Cambodia–WHO Country Cooperation Strategy 2016–2020 in parallel with the process of development of the Government’s Third Health Strategic Plan 2016–2020 (HSP3). The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the United Nations Development Assistance Framework 2016–2018 for Cambodia helped shape discussions among Government officials, WHO and other health partners.

 


Keywords: Cambodia, MDG, SDG, HIV, TB, expenditure

 

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Antibacterial Agents in Clinical Development: An Analysis of the Antibacterial Clinical Development Pipeline, Including Tuberculosis. WHO. (2017)

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The report – “Antibacterial agents in clinical development – an analysis of the antibacterial clinical development pipeline, including Mycobacterium tuberculosis” – shows a serious lack of new antibiotics under development to combat the growing threat of antimicrobial resistance. Most of the drugs currently in the clinical pipeline are modifications of existing classes of antibiotics and are only short-term solutions. The report found very few potential treatment options for those antibiotic-resistant infections identified by WHO as posing the greatest threat to health, including drug-resistant tuberculosis which kills around 250 000 people each year. In addition to multidrug-resistant tuberculosis, WHO has identified 12 classes of priority pathogens – some of them causing common infections such as pneumonia or urinary tract infections – that are increasingly resistant to existing antibiotics and urgently in need of new treatments.


Keywords: TB, treatment, drugs, antibiotics

 

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ILGA Annual Report 2016. ILGA. (2017)

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2016 has been a year in which ILGA expanded its output considerably, reaping the seeds planted since its arrival in Geneva. During this year, ILGA has provided activists, media organisations and partners with eight high-quality publications: crucial advocacy and education tools like its authoritative State Sponsored Homophobia report, which has now reached its 11th edition, but also the Trans Legal Mapping Report, The ILGA-RIWI Global Attitudes Survey on LGBTI People, the research on Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Expression, and Sex Characteristics at the UPR, the guide on Advocating on Gender Identity and Gender Expression – The Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, two annual compilations for the Treaty Bodies and a summary of the 12 Special Procedures’references on SOGIESC issues.

 

Keywords: LGBTI, SOGI, human rights, gender

 

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Progress in Partnership: 2017 Progress Report on the Every Woman Every Child Global Strategy for Women’s, Children’s and Adolescents’ Health. Every Woman Every Child and Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health. (2017)

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This report details the current situation in relation to the EWEC Global Strategy’s targets and objectives, analyses commitments, implementation and impact between September 2015 and December 2016, and presents the agreed priorities and milestones for further coordination and action from 2018 to 2020. Further progress reports will be produced annually to underpin the Independent Accountability Panel’s recommendations and to support annual reporting to the World Health Assembly and the High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development.


Keywords: violence, prevention and control, adolescent, young adult, behavior

 

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LINKAGES Enhanced Peer Outreach Approach. Baer J. (2017)

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This guide introduces the enhanced peer outreach approach, which engages previously unidentified members of key populations for HIV prevention and testing, particularly those who are hard to reach and who may be at high risk or already have HIV. This guide describes the approach, its potential benefits and the steps involved in implementing it.

 

LINKAGES also developed the Enhanced Peer Outreach Approach Training Curriculum for Peer Outreach Workers. This training curriculum complements the implementation guide by offering a detailed curriculum for training peer outreach workers in how to use the approach.


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- Implementation Guide

 

- Training Curriculum for Peer Outreach Workers

Guidelines on Prevention and Management of TB in PLHIV at ART Centres. National AIDS Control Organisation and Central TB Division. (2016)

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In order to ensure that all the ART centres adhere to standard practices, the National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO) and the Central TB Division (CTD) have prepared comprehensive guidelines for prevention and management of TB at ART centres. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) - Division of Global Health and TB (CDC-DGHT) India, SHARE India, and WHO India have provided technical supp01i in development of the guidelines. These guidelines describe the operational processes at ART centres in providing single window services to PLHIV and coordination mechanism between ART centres and RNTCP. This document has been designed with the intent to orient and equip ART centre staff on the guidelines and processes to identity TB in PLHIV, initiate early ART/ATT, and implement IPT and AIC activities to reduce the burden of TB. This document is also intended to provide guidance to the managerial staff of NACP and RNTCP for better coordination and smooth implementation of this initiative.


Keywords: HIV, TB, ART, treatment, prevention, diagnosis, drug resistant

 

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Sexually Transmitted Infections: Implementing the Global STI Strategy. WHO. (2017)

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This policy brief is designed to help countries implement the Global STI Strategy. By taking action to build sustainable national and institutional capacity for addressing STIs, countries can ensure that key cost- effective interventions reach the greatest number of people in need

 


Keywords: STI, HIV, public health, hepatitis, response

 

 

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Casting Light on Old Shadows: Ending Sexually Transmitted Infection Epidemics as Public Health Concerns by 2030: Advocacy Brief. WHO. (2017)

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Countries can boost the response to STIs and improve the health of millions of women, men and adolescents by adopting WHO’s Global STI Strategy. Some viral STIs, like human papillomavirus (HPV) and HIV, are still incurable and can be deadly, while some bacterial STIs – like chlamydia, gonorrhoea, syphilis and trichomoniasis – are curable if detected and treated. 

 


Keywords: STI, HIV, EMTCT, AMR, syphilis, hepatitis

 

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Sexual Health and its Linkages to Reproductive Health: An Operational Approach. WHO. (2017)

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Sexual health and reproductive health are closely linked, but crucial aspects of sexual health can be overlooked when grouped under or together with the domain of reproductive health. In order to create broader awareness of comprehensive sexual health interventions and to ensure that sexual health and reproductive health both receive full attention in programming (including provision of health services) and research, the World Health Organization (WHO) has reviewed its working definition of sexual health to create a framework for an operational approach to sexual health. The framework, which is intended to support policy-makers and programme implementers and to provide a stronger foundation for further research and learning in sexual health, is presented and described in full in this brief.


Keywords: HIV, human rights, gender, violence, sexual health

 

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