3 edition of Community-based drug demand reduction and HIV/AIDS prevention found in the catalog.
Community-based drug demand reduction and HIV/AIDS prevention
|Contributions||United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various paging) :|
National Institute on Drug Abuse. Community-Based AIDS Prevention: Studies of Intravenous Drug Users and Their Sexual Partners. Rockville, MD: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Rickert VI, Jay MS, Gottlieb A. Effects of a Peer-Counseled AIDS Education Program on Knowledge, Attitudes, and Satisfaction of Adolescents. AIDS: The Epidemic that Could Alter the Course of History Paoli Giorgi Rene Bonnel Chapter in a book Global Fighting HIV/AIDS in the Caribbean Patricio Marquez Patricio Marquez Newsletter Regional Optimiing the Allocation of HIV Prevention Resources in Honduras Girindre K. Beeharry, Nicole Schwab Girindre K. Beeharry Click.
Human rights law serves as a counter-balance to international and national drug control laws that can and do act as barriers to the reduction of drug related harm and to the realization of the rights of people who use drugs and affected communities. Health – HIV/AIDS education and prevention. Targeted intervention (TI) project. Objective. The Timeline reflects the history of the domestic HIV/AIDS epidemic from the first reported cases in to the present—where advances in HIV prevention, care, and treatment offer hope for a long, healthy life to people who are living with, or at risk for, HIV and AIDS. Download and share this timeline (PDF KB). Timeline Navigation.
AIDS service organizations are community-based organizations that provide support for people affected by HIV/AIDS. This article focuses on HIV/AIDS service organizations in the United States only. There is a huge variety of these organizations in order to provide for the wide variety of needs of HIV/AIDS patients and their families. Needle and syringe programmes (NSPs) are a type of harm reduction initiative that provides clean needles and syringes to people who inject drugs (sometimes referred to as PWID) to reduce transmission of HIV and other blood borne viruses (such as hepatitis B and C).The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends providing sterile needles and syringes per drug injector per year, in order to.
Island Life, Island Toil
history of musical thought
Eight from the Prairies Part One
An account of the value of the estates in the several counties subscribed towards the fund for a national land-bank
Open for business
IC memory supplement data book.
The Graywolf annual
Get this from a library. Community-based drug demand reduction and HIV/AIDS prevention: a manual for planners, practitioners, trainers and evaluators. [United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific.;]. In promoting the prevention of HIV infection in poor communities where drug abuse through injections is prevalent, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) has developed projects such as the Development and Implementation of National Programmes for Community-based Approaches to Drug Demand Reduction and HIV/AIDS Prevention among Author: Judith Mvula-Mwenda.
Community Based Organizations in HIV/AIDS Prevention, Patient. Care and Control in Ethiopia Article (PDF Available) in Ethiopian Journal of Health Development 17(4) January with 1, Reads. This publication was formulated by Dr.
Giorgi Pkhakadze, HIV/AIDS programme specialist and head of the Drug Demand Reduction, Drugs and HIV/AIDS Unit of the UNODC Country Office Myanmar. Core Team: Mr. Shariq Bin Raza, Ms. Khyn Hla Munn, Mr. Nyi Nyi, Mr. Erwan Le Grand, Mr.
Gray Sattler, Dr. Author(s): United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific. Title(s): Community-based drug demand reduction and HIV / AIDS prevention. A manual for planners, practitioners, trainers and evaluators.
Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York, New York, United Nations, Description:  p. Developing integrated community-based HIV prevention, harm Community-based drug demand reduction and HIV/AIDS prevention book, and sexual and reproductive health services for women who inject drugs May Reproductive Health 16(Suppl 1) E-News.
COVID is an emerging, rapidly evolving situation. INL shares the publication with the drug demand reduction community to promote coordinated efforts on comprehensive, public health approaches and help expand the global community of knowledgeable drug demand reduction professionals.
HIV/AIDs prevention, advocacy for health. iv Preventing Drug Use among Children and Adolescents National Institute on Drug Abuse Preface v Today’s youth face many risks, including drug abuse, violence, and HIV/AIDS.
Responding to these risks before they become problems can be difficult. 94 VI: National Drug Demand Reduction Programmes categorized as sector plans for: l preventive education and information l treatment and rehabilitation.
The long term objectives are containing and reducing the effects of drugs on individuals, families and the community. Declaration on the Guiding Principles of Drug Demand Reduction, adopted by the UN the management of opioid dependence and HIV/AIDS prevention.
Training Curriculum on Drug Addiction Counseling: Trainer Manual III ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This drug addiction counseling training curriculum is a result of collaborative effort over three years and we wish to acknowledge the work of others who made this document possible.
We are appreciative of the work of Dr. Myat Htoo Razak, former Senior TechnicalFile Size: 1MB. Margaret R. Weeks, Ph.D., an anthropologist and Associate Director of Research at the Institute for Community Research, conducts studies in AIDS prevention for African American and Puerto Rican drug users, including particularly women at high risk, evaluation of community-based prevention programs, and ethnography of HIV risk associated with drug by: National Task Force on Drug Demand Reduction and Capacity Building: Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Govt.
of India () International Research Advisory Committee (RAC) of the Community Action on Harm Reduction (CAHR): International HIV/AIDS Alliance () MEMBERSHIP OF EDITORIAL AND ADVISORY BOARDS OF ACADEMIC JOURNALS.
demand reduction, prevention, treatment, hiv/aids emerging and persistent challenges and threats availability and access international cooperation supply reduction alternative development contents page 5 page 2 page 21 page 17 page 9 page 25 page 13 page 29File Size: 1MB.
Christina Economos, Erin Hennessy, in Global Perspectives on Childhood Obesity, Be Active, Eat Well. Community-based interventions are also being effectively implemented in other parts of the world.
Recently, an Australian intervention program utilizing the socioecological model, Be Active, Eat Well, was evaluated and found to be successful in a number of areas .
Prevention where alcohol is sold and consumed: server intervention and responsible beverage service. Ritter A, Cameron J. A review of the efficacy and effectiveness of harm reduction strategies for alcohol, tobacco and illicit drugs.
Drug Alcohol Rev. ; 25 (6)– doi: /Cited by: A rapid assessment tool to monitor and improve AIDS prevention program coverage in areas where HIV transmission is most likely to occur.
7 Steps to Use Routine Information to Improve HIV/AIDS Programs. Concrete steps and illustrative examples that can be used to facilitate the use of information as a part of the decision-making processes.
At the end ofsome million people were living with HIV (UNAIDS, ).An estimated million people were newly infected with HIV in (UNAIDS, ). While sub-Saharan Africa remains hardest hit by the HIV/AIDS epidemic, major epidemics are also emerging in other parts of the world, mainly as a result of injecting drug use.
Stephen M. Graham, Mark Cotton, in Manson's Tropical Infectious Diseases (Twenty-third Edition), The Challenge of Integration and Community-Based Care. Despite universal acceptance of the need for integrated family-based or community-based care for people living with HIV, the provision of such care is a considerable challenge.
The increase in effective interventions reversing the tide of. This chapter describes community approaches to HIV in the context of the increasing availability of antiretroviral therapy (ART). It outlines ways to appraise local concerns and strengths using a social model known as SALT.
It describes the steps that need to be taken in setting up community-based HIV prevention, control, and treatment using the combined strengths of communities, local clinics. SAGE Video Bringing teaching, learning and research to life. SAGE Books The ultimate social sciences digital library.
SAGE Reference The complete guide for your research journey. SAGE Navigator The essential social sciences literature review tool. SAGE Business Cases Real world cases at your fingertips. CQ Press Your definitive resource for politics, policy and people.unicef.
HIV/AIDS. PREVENTION EDUCATION. TEACHER’S GUIDE Acknowledgements This book could not have been written without the contributions of a great many people, and I am deeply indebted to each of them for their assistance and encouragement. For sharing freely their ideas about good teaching: Lin Shangren, Lan Honghua, Xiang Jingyi, Liu Ying, Wei Zhonghe, Dong Yifan, Guo Changjiang, Sun .Newsletter of the USAID funded drug demand reduction program in Uzbekistan, State Program on Prevention of HIV/AIDS, () HIV in Central Asia: Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan.
In: Celentano D.D., Beyrer C. (eds) Public Health Aspects of HIV/AIDS in Low and Middle Income Countries. Springer, New York, NYCited by: