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HOME: POPULATION ISSUES: PREVENTING HIV INFECTION: HIV/AIDS Update 2002
Preventing HIV Infection
HIV/AIDS Update 2002
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Institutional capacity

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Institutional capacity

A number of activities contributed to UNFPA’s capacity to support HIV prevention initiatives around the world.

Among new publications in 2001, a Programme Brief series titled “HIV Prevention Now” was produced by staff and for staff to increase understanding of HIV/AIDS and the particular focus of UNFPA.

A project to develop a staff training module on HIV/AIDS programming was initiated with the Institute of Population and Social Research at Mahidol University, Bangkok.

The new module will address the core areas of support, complementing the distance-learning module on HIV/AIDS developed by UN Staff College in Turin.

Also during the year, UNFPA collaborated with the International Planned Parenthood Federation in the development of a training manual on HIV counselling and with the Population Council in the development of a technical resource document on HIV prevention in reproductive health settings.

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