This is a basic fact sheet with illustrations on HIV and the immune system. It illustrates when the immune system is strong and you are not ill, and then if the immune system had been made weak by HIV.
On the ground research in six countries examining the impact of scale up of AIDS services on broader health systems.
The publication is designed to give the reader a clear understanding of the definition, history, strengths, and weaknesses of Community Systems Strenghtening (CSS), with a focus on how it can be used to support programs and services targeting key populations around the world. It proposes recommendations related to the future of CSS, outlining the roles of key population groups in taking these recommendations forward.
This report is intended as a guide to governments, in particular ministers of health and finance, in making decisions on the integration of community responses to HIV in national AIDS plans, including budget allocations. Resilient systems for health that integrate community responses will be key to ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030.
The World Health Organization (WHO) and partners are pleased to announce the First Global Symposium on Health Systems Research (HSR) - Science to Accelerate Universal Health Coverage. Researchers, policy-makers, funders, and other stakeholders representing diverse constituencies will gather in Montreux, Switzerland to share evidence, identify significant knowledge gaps, and set a research agenda that reflects the needs of low and middle-income countries. For more information, visit the conference website .
The seminar on ‘Legislation and Judicial Systems in relation to HIV and AIDS’, held in London from 19 to 21 April 2007, was hosted and organised by the National AIDS Trust for AIDS Action Europe, the Pan European NGO Partnership on HIV and AIDS. A total of 37 individuals participated, from 29 countries, including 19 EU member states, and there were also representatives from WHO, the European Commission, UNDP, and UNHCR.
Results of a European survey. Pre seminar report.
The article - part of the Correlation reader 'overcoming barriers'- looks into the different ways that transcultural competence can be created and implemented, using the example of drug treatment services.
On Wednesday the 6th of June EPHA organises its 2012 Annual Conference: "Restructuring Health Systems: How to promote health in times of austerity?", hosted by the European Economic and Social Committee. This conference is open to all and free of charge. The deadline to register is 16 May 2012.
The Conference aims to assess how the current crisis and its policy responses impact on health systems and how the crisis could be managed in the future so as to promote better health outcomes for all. Questions that will be addressed include:What is the cost of the crisis on...
PowerPoint Slides about the third seminar held in a series organised by AIDS Action Europe – ‘European Partners in Action on AIDS’
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