Preventing HIV Infection

Overview

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Notes and References

1 - For more information on the importance of prevention and UNFPA’s involvement in the fight against HIV/AIDS, please refer to: (1) Preventing Infection, Promoting Reproductive Health, UNFPA’s Response to HIV/AIDS, June 2001; (2) UNFPA Proposed Contribution to the United Nations System Strategic Plan for HIV/AIDS for 2001-2005, Report of the Executive Director, DP/ FPA/2001/9, 27 April 2001; (3) UN General Assembly Special Session, Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS, A/S-26/L.2, June 2001; (4) UNAIDS UN General Assembly Special Session Fact Sheets, June 2001 (electronically available on http//:www.unaids.org).
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2 - The Copenhagen Programme of Action, the Beijing Platform for Action, the outcome documents of the 21st, 23rd and 24th special sessions of the United Nations General Assembly, the United Nations Millennium Declaration, the Commission on the Status of Women’s Agreed conclusion on women and health, its resolution 44/2, Security Council Resolution 1308 (2000).
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3 - A more detailed UNFPA strategy document will be available by the end of 2001.
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Comments or questions on Programme Briefs should be addressed to Dr. Suman Mehta, HIV/AIDS Coordinator, Technical Support Division, UNFPA or sent by email to hiv@unfpa.org


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