A Survey of Teenagers in Nepal. UNICEF (2001)

A Survey of Teenagers in Nepal. UNICEF (2001) This Knowledge, Attitude, Practice and Skills Survey forms the basis for a UNICEF communication initiative for young people in Nepal. The findings provide rich insight into their inner world and daily issues for two creative edutainment programmes being produced for nationwide broadcast: "Chatting with My Best Friend," a year-long radio chat show and "Catmandu," a television drama series that sets role models to inspire teenagers with positive action. Media outreach is accompanied by a Life Skills Facilitator's Guide to induce discussions, possibly through a national network of youth clubs.

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Reducing HIV Infection Among Youth: What Can Schools Do? Key Baseline Findings from Mexico, Thailand, and South Africa. Stewart H, McCauley A, Baker S, et al (2001)

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Although many program planners see schools as a convenient location for HIV prevention programs, there is controversy about whether school programs can ever be strong enough to go beyond improving knowledge and attitudes to increasing the adoption of safe sexual behaviors.


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Voluntary Counseling and Testing: A Reference Guide. UNICEF and FHI (2001)

Voluntary Counseling and Testing: A Reference Guide. UNICEF and FHI (2001) The psychosocial needs of young people and children in relation to HIV/AIDS have been sadly neglected to date. There is a paucity of experiences and practical documentation from non- industrialized countries to further inform programming. However, there is need for immediate action.

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Young Men and HIV: Culture, Poverty and Sexual Risk. UNAIDS (2001)

Young Men and HIV: Culture, Poverty and Sexual Risk. UNAIDS (2001) Many factors drive the international AIDS pandemic. They include risk behaviours, such as sex with more than one partner and without a condom, and social conditions, such as poverty, that discourage people from protecting themselves. But one of the strongest influences on how quickly the epidemic spreads is the sexual behaviour and attitudes of men.

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A Time between Health, Sexuality and Reproductive Rights of Young People. UNFPA (1999)

A Time between Health, Sexuality and Reproductive Rights of Young People. UNFPA (1999) The impending demands of adulthood make adolescence a time of intensive preparation. Success depends greatly on the health care and basic education provided during these fleeting years. For young women, greater control over sexuality and reproduction may benefit every social and economic aspect of their lives.

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Emerging Issues and Challenges for Women, Young People & Infants. UNAIDS (1999)

Emerging Issues and Challenges for Women, Young People & Infants. UNAIDS (1999) In badly affected countries, the socioeconomic effect of this most destructive disease is measured in declining per capita incomes, shrinking profits in labour-intensive businesses, loss of productivity from cultivated land, and deteriorating public services such as health, welfare and education, as key staff fall ill and die. AIDS undermines the future, too, as families and communities struggle with the burdens of sick people and orphaned children, building up debts and frequently having to remove children from school because of lack of funds or because the labour of even the littlest is needed to help the family survive.

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Emerging Issues and Challenges for Women, Young People & Infants. UNAIDS (1999)

Emerging Issues and Challenges for Women, Young People & Infants. UNAIDS (1999) In badly affected countries, the socioeconomic effect of this most destructive disease is measured in declining per capita incomes, shrinking profits in labour-intensive businesses, loss of productivity from cultivated land, and deteriorating public services such as health, welfare and education, as key staff fall ill and die. AIDS undermines the future, too, as families and communities struggle with the burdens of sick people and orphaned children, building up debts and frequently having to remove children from school because of lack of funds or because the labour of even the littlest is needed to help the family survive.

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Sex and Youth: Contextual Factors Affecting Risk for HIV/AIDS- A Comparative Analysis of Multi-Site Studies in Developing Countries. UNAIDS (1999)

Sex and Youth: Contextual Factors Affecting Risk for HIV/AIDS- A Comparative Analysis of Multi-Site Studies in Developing Countries. UNAIDS (1999) This bare summary of these 3 pioneering sets of studies investigations into the determinants of HIV-related vulnerability cannot convey the extraordinary wealth of data and the richness of experiences and feelings reported by the participants with striking frankness. The volume will be read and re-read by national authorities, programme designers and managers, researchers and intervention specialists. In addition it will be of great interest and value to all those who are interested in the issues surrounding young people and HIV/AIDS, sexual behaviour, communica- tion and negotiation, the improvement and strengthening of responses for the benefit of people living with HIV/AIDS, their carers and their communities, gender roles and the options for women who want to protect themselves against HIV and other STDs as well as pregnancy.

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Adolescent Reproductive Health in Pakistan. Qazi YS (no date)

Adolescent Reproductive Health in Pakistan. Qazi, YS (no date) Adolescence is a formative time of transition to adulthood, roughly concurrent with the second decade of life. What happens between ages 10 and 19 shapes how girls and boys live out their lives as women and men—not only in the reproductive arena, but also in the social and economic realms. Throughout the world, girls and boys are treated differently from birth onward, but at puberty this gender divide widens.

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Protection, Care and Support for Children Vulnerable to Violence, Abuse, Exploitation and Neglect in the Context of the HIV Epidemic 2008

Protection, Care and Support for Children Vulnerable to Violence, Abuse, Exploitation and Neglect in the Context of the HIV Epidemic 2008 The four-year goal of this strategy is to improve the wellbeing of children vulnerable to violence, abuse, exploitation and neglect by increasing their access to essential services in the areas of protection, education and health and by strengthening family, community, civil society and Government, child protection systems.

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https://aidsdatahub.org/sites/default/files/highlight-reference/document/WHO_HIV_drug_resistance_report_2017.pdf
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https://aidsdatahub.org/sites/default/files/highlight-reference/document/WHO_Guidelines_for_Managing_Advanced_HIV_Disease_and_Rapid_Initiation_of_ART_2017.pdf
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