Reproductive and Child Health District Level Household Survey (DLHS-2) 2002-04 India. International Institute for Population Sciences and Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (2006)

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The Reproductive and Child Health (RCH) programme that has been launched by Government of India (GoI) in 1996-97 is expected to provide quality services and achieve multiple objectives. It ushered a positive paradigm shift from method-oriented, target-based activity to providing client-centred, demand-driven quality services. Also, efforts are being made to reorient provider’s attitude at grassroots level and to strengthen the services at outreach levels.


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Sexual and Reproductive Health of HIV Positive Women and Adolescent Girls. Engender Health, Harvard University, ICW, et al (2006)

Sexual and Reproductive Health of HIV Positive Women and Adolescent Girls. Engender Health, Harvard University, ICW, et al (2006) In April and May of 2005, UNFPA and EngenderHealth, in collaboration with the International Community of Women Living with HIV/AIDS (ICW), Ipas and the Program on International Health and Human Rights at Harvard University’s FXB Center for Health and Human Rights, hosted two parallel electronic discussion fora on the subject of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) policies, services and human rights for HIV- positive women. One forum, moderated by Harvard and Ipas, was open to all professionals and women with HIV/AIDS, with over 300 individuals invited to participate from a wide variety of international women’s health, human rights, HIV advocacy and development organizations. (For ease of reference, this forum will be called the “interdisciplinary” forum.) The other forum, moderated by ICW, was open only to HIV- positive women, to ensure the existence of a “safe space” to confidentially discuss experiences; invitees were members of ICW’s vast international network.

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Situation Review Women, Children & the HIV Epidemic in the Pacific. UNICEF (2006)

Situation Review Women, Children & the HIV Epidemic in the Pacific. UNICEF (2006) An estimated 1,700 children under the age of 15 are infected by HIV around the globe everyday. Many of these are young children, infected at birth by mothers who are unaware of their HIV status.

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The Samoa Family Health and Safety Study. Secretariat of the Pacific Community. (2006)

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The Pacific Multi-site Study was designed to:
• provide detailed information on the prevalence and frequency of different forms of violence in families (defined to include relationships between de facto partners);
• examine risk and protective factors at the household and community level;
• document the health and legal consequences of domestic violence;
• explore strategies and interventions used by victims, families, and communities; and
• assess the impact of attitudes on the prevention and intervention of violence.

 

Keywords: HIV, abuse, physical, women, children, gender

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Transforming the National AIDS Response: Mainstreaming Gender Equality and Women's Human Rights into the 'Three Ones'. UNIFEM (2006)

Transforming the National AIDS Response: Mainstreaming Gender Equality and Women's Human Rights into the 'Three Ones'. UNIFEM (2006) Tackling the 25-year-old AIDS crisis remains one of the world’s most urgent tasks. Despite increased international mobilization, 5 million people contract HIV every year and 3 million are dying of AIDS-related illnesses – 90 per cent of them in developing countries.

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Country Analysis of Family Planning and HIV/AIDS Programs: Cambodia. USAID and POLICY (2005)

Country Analysis of Family Planning and HIV/AIDS Programs: Cambodia. USAID and POLICY (2005) It has long been recognized that family planning (FP) is an integral part of reproductive health (RH) services and that family planning is of increasing importance in a context of high HIV prevalence. Family planning helps all women, including HIV-positive women, avoid unwanted pregnancies and empowers HIV-positive couples to limit the size of their family. Family planning programs (FPPs) are also an effective way of helping to reduce the burden of the HIV/AIDS epidemic on health services and on society.

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Key Advocacy Messages: New Official HIV/AIDS Estimates and Projections for Viet Nam 2005-2010. UNAIDS (2005)

Key Advocacy Messages: New Official HIV/AIDS Estimates and Projections for Viet Nam 2005-2010. UNAIDS (2005)
  • More than 100 Vietnamese get infected by HIV every day. This compares to the 31 deaths per day due to road accidents.
  • There are an estimated 37,000 new infections in 2005.
  • The number of people living with HIV more than doubled between 2000 and 2005, from approximately 122,000 to 263,000.


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Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV. UNAIDS and UNICEF (2005)

Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV. UNAIDS and UNICEF (2005) Delegations from 15 countries, made up of government, non-government and UN agency staff, along with regional and headquarters technical staff from UNICEF, UNFPA, WHO and WFP participated in the meeting. The 15 countries represented were: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Fiji, India, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Maldives, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Thailand and Vietnam.

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Women of the World: Laws and Policies Affecting their Reproductive Lives East and Southeast Asia, China. Center for Reproductive Rights (2005)

Cross-border Migration and Reproductive Health Study. Department of Population Myanmar and UNFPA (2002)

A joint venture between the Center for Reproductive Rights, the Asian-Pacific Resource & Research Centre for Women (ARROW), and four NGO partners in East and Southeast Asia, Women of the World: East and Southeast Asia provides an extensive compilation of laws and policies influencing women’s reproductive health in five countries of the region – China, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam, and draws attention to specific issues that require legal and policy reform. It serves as a resource for those interested in advancing and protecting women’s reproductive health and rights through legal advocacy, and ensuring that states comply with their obligations to respect, protect and fulfill women's reproductive rights under international law.



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Women of the World: Laws and Policies Affecting their Reproductive Lives East and Southeast Asia, Malaysia. Center for Reproductive Rights (2005)

Cross-border Migration and Reproductive Health Study. Department of Population Myanmar and UNFPA (2002)

A joint venture between the Center for Reproductive Rights, the Asian-Pacific Resource & Research Centre for Women (ARROW), and four NGO partners in East and Southeast Asia, Women of the World: East and Southeast Asia provides an extensive compilation of laws and policies influencing women’s reproductive health in five countries of the region – China, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam, and draws attention to specific issues that require legal and policy reform. It serves as a resource for those interested in advancing and protecting women’s reproductive health and rights through legal advocacy, and ensuring that states comply with their obligations to respect, protect and fulfill women's reproductive rights under international law.



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