Indonesia Demographic and Health Survey 2002-2003. Badan Pusat Statistik-Statistics Indonesia and ORC Macro (2003)

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The 2002-2003 Indonesia Demographic and Health Survey (IDHS) is a nationally representative survey of 29,483 ever-married women age 15-49 and 8,310 currently married men age 15- 54. The main purpose of the 2002-2003 IDHS is to provide policymakers and program managers with detailed information on fertility, family planning, childhood and adult mortality, maternal and child health, and knowledge of and attitudes related to HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases.


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Integrating Gender into HIV/AIDS Programmes: A Review Paper. WHO (2003)

Integrating Gender into HIV/AIDS Programmes: A Review Paper. WHO (2003) This Review Paper aimed to provide participants of the Expert Consultation with background information and a suggested framework for considering the issues and challenges of integrating gender into programmatic and policy action. It also offers some programmatic examples of successful HIV/AIDS interventions that have
addressed gender issues in a meaningful and significant way. This Review Paper is not intended to be an exhaustive review of literature on gender and HIV/AIDS, but rather to draw from the literature to create a picture, in broad strokes, of the ways in which gender influences women's and men's vulnerability in the epidemic and the range of potential programmatic responses.

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Parent to Child Transmission of HIV: Strategies for Prevention and Care in Lao PDR. UNICEF (2003)

Parent to Child Transmission of HIV: Strategies for Prevention and Care in Lao PDR. UNICEF (2003) The HIV epidemic has been spreading slowly in Lao PDR, and the prevalence remains low. Nevertheless there is potential for the epidemic to grow and much need for further prevention efforts and care and support initiatives. The National Committee for the Control of AIDS (NCCA) has overseen a wide range of responses and the development of an inter-sectoral National HIV/AIDS/STD Policy.

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Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission (PMCT) in Myanmar. UNICEF (2003)

Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission (PMCT) in Myanmar. UNICEF (2003) Guided by the UNGASS Goal to reduce the number of infants infected with HIV, UNICEF has the prevention of Parent-to-Child Transmission of HIV as one of the organizational priorities. Prevention of Parent-to-Child Transmission in Myanmar includes more broad-reaching activities such as in improving overall maternal and child health services for antenatal care, delivery services and postnatal care.

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Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV Southeast Asia and the Pacific . UNICEF, WHO, UNFPA, et al (2003)

Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV Southeast Asia and the Pacific . UNICEF, WHO, UNFPA, et al (2003) UNICEF EAPRO convened the UN Regional Taskforce meeting in Bangkok from 27-29 August 2003 as part of ongoing efforts to support countries to respond strategically and effectively to HIV/AIDS, to share the lessons learned between countries and from clinical trials and programme initiatives, and to meet the Millennium Development Goals, and the Declaration of Commitments arising from the 2001 UN General Assembly Special Session on HIV/AIDS.

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Programme Recommendations for the Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV: A Practical Guide for Managers. UNICEF (2003)

Programme Recommendations for the Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV: A Practical Guide for Managers. UNICEF (2003) The effects of the HIV pandemic among young children are serious and far-reaching. UNAIDS estimates that 800,000 children were infected in 2001, almost all through transmission of the virus from their mothers during pregnancy, childbirth, or breastfeeding.

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Timor-Leste Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS–2002). UNICEF (2003)

Timor-Leste Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS–2002). UNICEF (2003) UNICEF developed the Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS) to monitor goals established at the World Summit for Children (WSC) held in New York in 1990. But it is also consistent with many monitoring needs of the Millennium Development Goals (MDG), as well as those of the more recent World Fit for Children (WFFC) that many countries are now using for human development planning into the 21st Century. MICS was created especially to meet the needs of developing countries lacking reliable routine sources of statistics and/or experience in carrying out reliable household surveys to measure performance relative to the WSC and, now, the Millennium Development and WFFC Goals.

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Vietnam Demographic and Health Survey 2002. Committee for Population, Family and Children, and ORC Macro (2003)

cover-coming-soon The 2002 Vietnam Demographic and Health Survey (VNDHS 2002) is a nationally representative sample survey of 5,665 evermarried women age 15-49 selected from 205 sample points (clusters) throughout Vietnam. It provides information on levels of fertility, family planning knowledge and use, infant and child mortality, and indicators of maternal and child health. The survey included a Community/ Health Facility Questionnaire that was implemented in each of the sample clusters.

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Asia and the Pacific: A Region in Transition. UNFPA (2002)

Asia and the Pacific: A Region in Transition. UNFPA (2002) At the International Conference on Population and Development held in Cairo in September 1994 and its subsequent review in 1999 (ICPD+5), 179 countries agreed that population and development are inextricably linked, and that empowering women and meeting people’s needs for education and health, including reproductive health, are necessary for both individual advancement and balanced development. Advancing gender equality, promoting male responsibility, eliminating violence against women and ensuring women’s ability to control their own fertility were acknowledged as cornerstones of population and development policies.

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

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

The Department of Population, in collaboration with UNFPA, conducted the first phase of the Cross-border Migration and Reproduction Health Study in Tachileik, a township along the border with Thailand in 1999 and the second phase in two township namely Kawthaung, Township in the south along the border with Thailand and Muse Township, on the border with China in April 2000.



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