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1 1992-1993 [Nineteen ninety-two to Nineteen ninety-three] progress report : Global Programme on AIDS
WHO Global Programme on AIDS; World Health Organization ( 1995 )
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11th annual meeting of EuroPharm Forum : report on a WHO meeting, Copenhagen, Denmark 3-5 October 2002
EuroPharm Forum. Annual Meeting (11th : 2002 : Copenhagen, Denmark); World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 2002 )
Abstract

EuroPharm Forum was founded in 1992. This is a Report of the 11th Annual Meeting, which took place in Copenhagen, Denmark, in October 2002. 70 participants from 26 countries participated in the meeting, which consisted of a business and professional session, including reports of activities during the past year, together with proposals for future activities. The meeting included a public symposium on future aspects of pharmacy practice in the light of WHO policies. During the business part of the meeting, elections were held for new officers and members of the Executive Committee and Ms Maja Jakīevac-Mikīa, Croatia, handed over the presidency to Ms Eeva Teräsalmi from Finland. The Forum approved a position paper on the role of the pharmacist in palliative care and decided upon a strategy to strengthen and further develop the project work and. The Forum also welcomed that extra funds have been obtained from WHO to establish a new twinning arrangement between the Czech Republic and Ireland to facilitate the implementation of the patient education campaign "Ask about your medicines". The professional part of the annual meeting consisted of the symposium Health as a Human Right and 6 project workshops on Ask about your medicines, Asthma services, Diabetes care, HIV/AIDS, Hypertension management and Smoking cessation

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16 ideas for addressing violence against women in the context of HIV epidemic: a programming tool
World Health Organization; UNAIDS ( 2013 )
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1991 [Nineteen ninety-one] progress report : Global Programme on AIDS
WHO Global Programme on AIDS; World Health Organization ( 1992 )
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1994 قمة باريس لمكافحة الايدز ( 1 كانون الأول / ديسمبر )
المجلس التنفيذي, 95 ( 1995 )
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2011-2015 年世卫组织艾滋病毒/艾滋病战略草案:秘书处的报告
执行委员会, 128 ( 2011 )
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2011-2015 年全球卫生部门艾滋病毒/艾滋病战略
世界卫生大会, 64 ( 2011 )
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2011-2015年世卫组织艾滋病毒/艾滋病战略
世界卫生大会, 63 ( 2010 )
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2011-2015年世界卫生组织艾滋病毒战略草案:秘书处的报告
世界卫生大会, 64 ( 2011 )
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"3 к 5". Отчет о ходе реализации стратегии. Декабрь 2004 г.
Всемирная организация здравоохранения ( 2005 )
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9th [Ninth] Annual meeting of EuroPharm Forum : report on a WHO meeting, Copenhagen, Denmark 20-21 October 2000
EuroPharm Forum. Annual Meeting (9th: 2000: Copenhagen, Denmark); World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe ( 2001 )
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A guide to monitoring and evaluation for collaborative TB/HIV activities - 2015 revision
World Health Organization ( 2015 )
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Academic institutions linking access to treatment and prevention : case study / Joe Mamlin... [et al.]
Mamlin, Joe; Kimaiyo, Sylvester; Nyandiko, Winstone; Tierney, William; World Health Organization. Dept. of HIV/AIDS ( 2004 )
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Accelerating HIV prevention in the context of 3 by 5
World Health Organization. Dept. of HIV/AIDS; Treat 3 Million by 2005 Initiative ( 2003 )
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Accelerating progress towards the attainment of international reproductive health goals : a framework for implementing the WHO Global Reproductive Health Strategy / Department of Reproductive Health and Research
World Health Organization. Dept. of Reproductive Health and Research ( 2006 )
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Accelerating the implementation of collaborative TB/HIV activities in the WHO European Region : report of the meeting of the World Health Organization (Headquarters and Regional Office for Europe) in collaboration with the TB/HIV Working Group of the Stop TB Partnership, 16-17 July 2010, Vienna, Austria
Stop TB Partnership; World Health Organization ( 2010 )
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Acceleration of HIV prevention efforts in the African Region
Regional Committee for Africa, 55 ( 2011-06-27 )
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Acceleration of HIV Prevention in the WHO African Region
Regional Committee for Africa, 59 ( 2011-06-14 )
Abstract

1. In 2005, ministers of health adopted resolution AFR/RC55/R6 on acceleration of HIV prevention in the African Region, calling upon Member States to accelerate HIV prevention and declaring 2006 the Year of Acceleration of HIV Prevention in the African Region. The resolution also requested the Regional Director to develop a strategy for acceleration of HIV prevention, provide the necessary technical support to countries, help mobilize additional resources and monitor implementation. 2. The strategy document, “HIV prevention in the African Region: strategy for acceleration and renewal,” was developed and subsequently adopted at the fifty-sixth session of the Regional Committee. The strategy includes targets1 to be met by 2010, particularly in areas of HIV testing and counselling (HTC); blood safety; prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) of HIV; prevention and control of sexually-transmitted infections (STIs); condom use; and access to comprehensive prevention, treatment and care. 3. This report complements the previous one submitted at the fifty-eighth session of the Regional Committee. It provides updated information on key health sector HIV prevention indicators defined in the strategy, and it highlights issues that should be taken into consideration for moving the HIV prevention agenda forward in the health sector.

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Acceleration of HIV prevention in the WHO African Region: progress report
Regional Committee for Africa, 58 ( 2008-03-05 )
Abstract

1. Concerned about the high rates of HIV infection with a disproportionately high burden on young people and women and the slow progress in reducing HIV incidence in the African Region, the Regional Committee in 2006 adopted Resolution AFR/RC55/R6 on acceleration of HIV prevention efforts in the African Region. The resolution was subsequently endorsed by the Regional Directors for Africa of WHO, UNAIDS, UNDP, UNESCO, UNFPA, UNICEF and UNIFEM at a consultation in Brazzaville, in November 2005, where they signed the Brazzaville Declaration and adopted a related joint plan. 2. The resolution urged Member States to put in place a number of measures, including: development of strategies and plans for accelerated HIV prevention; identifying and tackling the deep-rooted causes of vulnerability; increasing access to quality health sector HIV prevention interventions; promoting local research to enhance understanding of the dynamics of HIV transmission in order to provide appropriate response. 3. In addition, the resolution requested the Regional Director to develop a strategy for accelerating HIV prevention; to provide the necessary technical support to countries; to help mobilize additional resources; and to monitor implementation. It further requested the Regional Director to report to the Regional Committee every two years.

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Acceleration of HIV prevention in the WHO African Region: progress report: Information Document
Regional Committee for Africa, 59 ( 2011-05-27 )
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