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Radio et Lutte Contre le SIDA: Le Moyen de Faire Une Difference

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This guide, for radio practitioners, health workers, and donors, discusses the use of radio to promote the prevention of HIV/AIDS in developing countries. The guide discusses the following issues in using radio as a health communications tool: conducting initial research and needs assessment; selecting appropriate materials; pre-testing programs; scheduling programs; developing an HIV/AIDS campaign; building partnerships with media and other organizations; monitoring and evaluating radio programs; and working towards sustainable and effective HIV/AIDS radio broadcasting.

Le Depistage du VIH et le Conseil: La Voie d'Acces au Traitement, aux Soins et au Soutien

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This information sheet discusses testing for HIV and counseling as the means of providing treatment and care for those in need. It advises that testing and counseling be scaled up, be accessible in settings where at risk persons may be found, and be offered when a patient shows symptoms of HIV/AIDS. Also, patients should be given prevention information along with testing and counseling.

Le plan mondial Halte à la tuberculose

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This pamphlet discusses the World Health Organization's Global Plan to Stop Tuberculosis. It provides information about TB infection, explains the global plan, describes the success of the directly observed therapy short course (DOTS) treatment program, and the proposal of the global plan to expand the DOTS program. The pamphlet addresses treatment issues concerning TB-HIV coinfection and drug-resistant TB, the search for new and faster-working drug treatment, and vaccine development and makes a plea for additional funding to help meet the goals of the global plan.

Voir Plus Loin, Voir Plus Grand: Huit Etudes de Cas de Soins à Domicile et Communautaires Pour et par les Personnes Vivant Avec le VIH/SIDA

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This monograph focuses on HIV/AIDS projects and programs that have improved quality of life for people living with or affected by HIV. These initiatives are widely spread geographically, and they include programs in Cambodia, the Ivory Coast, Ecuador, India, Kenya, South Africa, and two regions of Uganda. The monograph describes these projects and programs, summarizes the main lessons learned through them, and examines their commonalities and differences.

Conversions de Dettes Pour la Lutte Contre le VIH/SIDA:Resume d'Information de l'ONUSIDA sur les Politiques

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This policy paper discusses "debt swaps" as a way of funding the expansion of HIV/AIDS programs for countries that have problems paying or are unable to pay their external debt. The paper presents definitions and categories of swaps such as debt-for-equity swaps, debt buy-backs, debt-for-nature swaps, and debt-for- development swaps. It also discusses advantages and disadvantages of debt swaps, and provides information on the use of debt swaps by low-income countries severely affected by HIV/AIDS in order to scale up their HIV/AIDS programs.

Une Approche de Sante Publique Pour Ameliorer L'Acces aux Traitements Antiretroviraux (ARV): Guide Pratique a l'Usage des Adminstrateurs de Programmes

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This monograph is a toolkit for planning and implementing antiretroviral (ARV) treatment programs in resource-limited settings by providing technical guidance on planning treatment programs. It lists the goals of an ARV treatment program as reducing illnesses and death due to HIV/AIDS, providing safe and effective treatment, working towards providing universal access to treatment, making the best possible use of resources, and integrating ARV treatment with other public health resources.

Informations Importantes: Pour les Nouvelles Mamans Concernant le Depistage du Virus VIH Chez Votre Bebe

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This pamphlet discusses HIV testing for newborn infants. It explains that the state of New York requires all babies to be tested. The pamphlet also explains when the mother will receive the results of the test, how a baby can get HIV, the meaning of a positive test for a baby, what happens for a mother who has HIV, and for a baby who has HIV. The pamphlet emphasizes that the results of the baby’s HIV test are confidential and that doctors can only share that information with others who are providing health care.

Faites le Test: VIH Conseil et Depistage: La Cle du Bien-Etre

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This pamphlet discusses the benefits of being tested for HIV. The pamphlet describes the test, explains why individuals should take the HIV test, and that it is voluntary, confidential, and is accompanied by counseling. It also advises individuals about what they should know before taking the test, and what happens if the result is negative or positive.

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