Women of the World: Laws and Policies Affecting their Reproductive Lives East and Southeast Asia, Philippines. 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, Thailand. 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, Vietnam. 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, Children and HIV/AIDS in East Asia and the Pacific. UNICEF (2005)

Women, Children and HIV/AIDS in East Asia and the Pacific. UNICEF (2005) 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. The number continues to rise as more women are infected by partners who adopt high risk behaviours such as injecting drugs, buying sex, and having multiple sexual partners.

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Brunei Health Information Booklet. Ministry of Health Brunei (2004)

Brunei Health Information Booklet. Ministry of Health Brunei (2004) The Health Information Booklet (HIB) 2004 is the ninth edition of the series of booklet published since 1996. It is an annual publication of Statistics Unit, Research and Development Section, Department of Policy and Planning, Ministry of Health, Brunei Darussalam. The aim of publication is to disseminate up-to-date, reliable and useful health related statistics for the use of planners, policy-makers, researchers, academician and the general public.

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Cambodia Gender and HIV/AIDS. Unknown Author (2004)

Cambodia Gender and HIV/AIDS. Unknown Author (2004) The first case of HIV infection in Cambodia was reported in 1991, and the rate of transmission rose rapidly through the decade. The estimated reporting rate of HIV in Cambodia is low, at 8 percent, indicating that the problem is likely to be much greater (Cambodia Human Development Report, 2001). Cambodia has the highest HIV/AIDS prevalence rate in Southeast Asia, though the epidemic rate has decreased in the past few years. The virus is mostly spread through heterosexual contact.

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Family Planning and the Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV. FHI (2004)

Family Planning and the Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV. FHI (2004) Mother-to-child transmission is the main way children become infected with human immunode- ficiency virus (HIV) worldwide. To date, the primary approach to the prevention of mother-to- child transmission (PMTCT) has been to identify HIV-infected pregnant women by voluntary counseling and testing (VCT) for HIV and then provide antiretroviral (ARV) drug prophylaxis to them during delivery and then to their newborn infants. Many HIV-positive births could be prevented, however, by simply preventing unintended pregnancies among infected women. Furthermore, increasing contraceptive use to prevent such pregnancies appears to be at least as cost-effective as providing nevirapine to HIV-infected mothers.

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HIV Testing Policy for Uniformed Peacekeepers. UN (2004)

HIV Testing Policy for Uniformed Peacekeepers. UN (2004) This policy sets out the position of the UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations with regard to HIV testing and uniformed peacekeepers.

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Maldives Reproductive Health Survey: Follow Up. Merhi S, Cockcroft A and Andersson N (2004)

Maldives Reproductive Health Survey: Follow Up. Merhi S, Cockcroft A and Andersson N (2004) The survey is a follow up to the baseline reproductive health survey of 1999. It provides information for evaluating the five-year Reproductive Health Programme of the Ministry of Health and the Department of Public Health as well as new information about adolescent sexual and reproductive health to guide future programmes aimed at youth. The survey was commissioned by the Ministry of Health and was carried out by the Health Information and Research Unit (HIRU) of the Ministry of Health with technical support from CIETinternational and funding and support from UNFPA Maldives.

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National Guide to Monitoring and Evaluating Programmes for the Prevention of HIV in Infants and Young Children. UNAIDS, WHO, USAID, et al (2004)

National Guide to Monitoring and Evaluating Programmes for the Prevention of HIV in Infants and Young Children. UNAIDS, WHO, USAID, et al (2004) Impact of mother-to-child transmission of HIV infection HIV among children is an increasing problem, particularly in the countries hardest hit by the AIDS pandemic (Table 1). It is wiping out years of progress in improving child survival and is already responsible for substantially increasing the mortality rates of children under 5 years of age (Fig. 1). The overwhelming majority of infected children acquire the infection through mother-to-child trans- mission (MTCT). The prevention of HIV infection in infants and young children is now a high priority and has been the rallying point for enhanced prevention and care efforts.

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