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WORKING TOGETHER a Community-Driven Guide to Meaningful Involvement in National Responses to HIV

WORKING TOGETHER a Community-Driven Guide to Meaningful Involvement in National Responses to HIV

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Sarah Middleton-Lee and Charlie Baran

Working Together is a guide to increase and improve the meaningful involvement of the community sector in all aspects of national responses to HIV, with an emphasis on national planning and decision-making processes.

Tags: NGOs, People living with HIV (PLHIV), Policy makers, Global, Advocacy, Capacity building, Policy
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Prisons and Health

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World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe

This book outlines important suggestions by international experts to improve the health of people in prison and to reduce the risks posed by imprisonment to both health and society.

Tags: Health care professionals, Policy makers, People who are/were in prisons, WHO European region, Care and support, Prevention, Capacity building
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Who Makes Money on Epidemics of HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis in Ukraine

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AntAC

With this report AntAC’s experts showed how Ukrainian taxpayers’ money allocated for the purchase of HIV/AIDS and TB agents end up in the pockets of private intermediary companies. Report also points out a price Ukrainian society pays for corruption in public procurement of drugs – it is life...

Tags: NGOs, Eastern Europe, Research, Capacity building, Advocacy
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WHO and the future of disease control programmes

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WHO (Christopher Dye, Thierry Mertens, Gottfried Hirnschall, Winnie Mpanju-Shumbusho, Robert D Newman, Mario C Raviglione, Lorenzo Savioli, Hiroki Nakatani)

Huge increases in funding for international health over the past two decades have led to a proliferation of donors, partnerships, and health organisations. Over the same period, the global burden of non-communicable diseases has increased absolutely and relative to communicable diseases. In this...

Tags: Health care professionals, Policy makers, WHO European region, Capacity building, Treatment, Prevention
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