Facts for Life with Advice on: Safe Motherhood, Breastfeeding, Child Development, Nutrition and Growth, Immunization, Diarrhoea, Malaria, HIV/AIDS. UNICEF, WHO, UNESCO, et al (2002)

Facts for Life with Advice on: Safe Motherhood, Breastfeeding, Child Development, Nutrition and Growth, Immunization, Diarrhoea,Malaria, HIV/AIDS. UNICEF, WHO, UNESCO, et al (2002) Every year, nearly 11 million children die from preventable causes before reaching their fifth birthday, many of them during the first year of life. Millions more survive only to face diminished lives, unable to develop to their full potential.

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Nepal Demographic and Health Survey 2001. Ministry of Health Nepal, New ERA, and ORC Macro (2002)

Nepal Demographic and Health Survey 2001. Ministry of Health Nepal, New ERA, and ORC Macro (2002) The 2001 Nepal Demographic and Health Survey (NDHS) is a nationally representative survey of 8,726 women age 15-49 and 2,261 men age 15-59. This survey is the sixth in a series of national-level population and health surveys and the second comprehensive survey conducted as part of the global Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) program, the first being the 1996 Nepal Family Health Survey (NFHS). The primary purpose of the NDHS is to generate recent and reliable information on fertility, family planning, infant and child mortality, maternal and child health, and nutrition. In addition, the survey collected information on knowledge of HIV/AIDS.

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Paediatric HIV Infection and AIDS. UNAIDS (2002)

Paediatric HIV Infection and AIDS. UNAIDS (2002) Children may acquire HIV during pregnancy, labour, delivery or, after birth, through breastfeeding. Among infected infants who are not breastfed, about two-thirds of cases of mother-to-child transmission occur around the time of delivery and the rest during pregnancy.

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Report of the UN Regional Taskforce on PMTCT of HIV Southeast Asia and the Pacific. UNICEF (2002)

Report of the UN Regional Taskforce on PMTCT of HIV Southeast Asia and the Pacific.UNICEF (2002) The South East Asia and the Pacific UN Regional Taskforce on Prevention of Mother- to- Child Transmission (PMCT) convened its 3rd meeting in Beijing, People Republic of China from 23-24 June 2002. A total of 35 professionals participated in this two-day meeting. Participants discussed the country level PMCT experiences to- date and latest technical information and how these could be applied for their respective PMCT country programme. This report summarized the discussion according to the following (seven key programme components).

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Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey 1999-2000. National Institute of Population Research and Training (NIPORT), Mitra and Associates (MA) and ORC Macro (ORCM) (2001)

Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey 1999-2000. National Institute of Population Research and Training (NIPORT), Mitra and Associates (MA) and ORC Macro (ORCM) (2001) The 1999-2000 Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey (BDHS) is a nationally representative survey that was implemented by Mitra and Associates under the authority of National Institute for Population Research and Training (NIPORT) from November 1999 to March 2000. The 1999-2000 BDHS is a follow-on to the 1993-1994 and 1996-1997 BDHS surveys and provides updated estimates of the basic demographic and health indicators
covered in the earlier surveys.

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Counselling and Voluntary HIV Testing for Pregnant Women in High HIV Prevalence Countries: Elements and Issues. UNAIDS (2001)

Counselling and Voluntary HIV Testing for Pregnant Women in High HIV Prevalence Countries: Elements and Issues. UNAIDS (2001) For many years, little was known about preventing transmission of HIV infection from mother to child. Recently, however, many advances have been made in developing effective and affordable interventions that reduce the likelihood that a woman will pass HIV on to her baby. The two most important interventions—the provision of antiretroviral drugs and the avoidance of breastfeeding—only apply to HIV-positive women. Both therefore require that a woman know whether she is infect- ed by HIV. And yet in developing countries, where 95% of mother-to-child infections take place, there are very few counselling and testing services that allow a woman to find out her HIV status.

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Gender and Relationships: A Practical Action Kit for Young People. Commonwealth Secretariat (2001)

Gender and Relationships: A Practical Action Kit for Young People. Commonwealth Secretariat (2001) This action kit is for young people and adults who run youth programmes that are looking at issues of sexual and reproductive health, such as life skills and HIV (Human Immuno-deficiency Virus). It aims to raise awareness of the importance of gender issues in sexual and reproduc- tive health and to provide practical ideas for introducing gender aware- ness into existing youth programmes. There are sections that explain what gender is and how it affects our relationships and our sexual and reproductive health.

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Health Care Provider Survey in Maharashtra. USAID, FHI-Impact and AVERT. (2001)

Health Care Provider Survey in Maharashtra. USAID, Impact, FHI, et al (2001) A rapid increase in HIV prevalence in India, particularly among population groups at high risk, raises concern about the potential for epidemic spread and has sparked interest in finding more effective ways to slow transmission. Since other sexually transmitted infections (STIs) facilitate the transmission of HIV, control of STI is a critical strategy for HIV prevention.

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India Reproductive and Child Health Project Rapid Household Survey (Phase I & II) 1998-1999. International Institute for Population Sciences (2001)

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The Reproductive and Child Health intervention being implemented by Government of India are expected to provide quality services and achieve multiple objectives. There has been a positive paradigm shift from Method-Mixed- Target based activity to Client Centred-Demand Driven quality services.


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Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey. Ministry of Health Republic of Maldives (2001)

Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey. Ministry of Health Republic of Maldives (2001)

In accordance with the Plan of Action for Children, the Republic of Maldives have initiated Multiple Indictor Cluster Surveys (MICS) to assess the situation of children and to monitor the progress made through intervention programmes.


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