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United Nations learning strategy on HIV/AIDS : building competence of the UN and its staff to respond to HIV/AIDS

JOINT UNITED NATIONS PROGRAMME ON HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS)
2004

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This document describes what staff of the United Nations should know about HIV and AIDS, in order to protect themselves, be comfortable working with people living with HIV, and to seek testing, care and treatment. It builds awareness and understanding of the UN's policies regarding eliminating stigma and discrimination against those infected and affected by HIV and AIDS, and develops staff competence so taht they are able to support national responses to HIV and AIDS. It recommends a mix of approaches, with related minimum standards to monitor implementation

HIV/AIDS prevention and care in Mozambique : a socio-cultural approach. Literature and institutional assessment and case studies on Manga, Sofala Province and Morrumbala District, Zambézia Province

UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL ORGANISATION (UNESCO)
June 2002

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This study aimed to identify cultural issues relevant to HIV and AIDS prevention and care in Mozambique; assess how organisations account for and use cultural resources in their work; assess how socio-cultural factors shape young people's behaviour relative to their sexual health and HIV and AIDS. It involved a literature review, interviews and questionnaires for NGOs and governmental organisations, and a series of case studies, which are documented in the second part of this report

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