Preventing HIV Infection, Promoting Reproductive Health

UNFPA Response 2002

No. of pages: 34

Publication Date: 2002

Author: UNFPA

ISBN: 0-89714-641-7

Previously known as AIDS Update, this is the 11th annual publication to provide information about action taken by UNFPA to prevent HIV infection. HIV/AIDS threatens to destroy a whole generation of leaders, workers, parents and youth, and to create a generation of orphans in the worst-affected countries.

In many countries, the infection is creeping through the population,preparing to strike full-force. Prevention is about striking first. Reproductive health information, services and supplies enable people to avoid HIV infection and to protect themselves, their partners and their unborn children from this deadly virus.

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