Publications on HIV & AIDS

The Declaration of Commitment (DoC) on HIV/AIDS, adopted by the Member States at the United Nations General Assembly Special Session on HIV/AIDS in June 2001, reflects global recognition of the pandemic as the single...

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This research report explores the sexual and reproductive health intentions and needs of HIV positive women and adolescent girls in Brazil, Ethiopia and the Ukraine.

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Condoms play a special role in combating the spread of HIV/AIDS because of their ability to protect against the sexual transmission of HIV. Since condoms also prevent pregnancy, couples can use them for dual protection...

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The Global Task Team recognizes that the world must do more to effectively tackle AIDS in the years to come. Strengthening coordination, alignment and harmonization, in the context of the “Three Ones” principles, UN...

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This brochure briefly describes the scope of the challenge posed by the AIDS epidemic and UNFPA's strategic response to it, highlighting its focus on prevention.

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This annotated inventory contributes to strengthening linkages between HIV/AIDS and SRH programmes by providing access to relevant programming tools for fostering such linkages and pointing out gap areas where tools...

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Young people are particularly vulnerable to HIV: 15-24 year old account for 50% of new cases. Five to six thousand youths become infected every day, most of them in developing countries. The UN General Assembly Special...

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Condoms play a special role in combating the spread of HIV/AIDS because of their ability to protect against the sexual transmission of HIV. Since condoms also prevent pregnancy, couples can use them for dual protection...

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This report summarizes discussion from two electronic forums on human rights dimensions of services and policies related to the sexual and reproductive health of HIV-positive women.

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This Resource Pack aims to strengthen the impact of national HIV/AIDS programmes by tackling a key underlying factor that fuels the epidemic: Gender Inequality.

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