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Practical guidelines for intensifying HIV prevention
Publication year: 2007
Corporate author: UNAIDS.
Publication details: Geneva, UNAIDS, 2006
epidemics | HIV Prevention | Planning

Still paying the price: revisiting the cholera epidemic of 2000-2001 in South Africa
Publication year: 2006
Author(s): Hemson, D
Publication details: Cape Town, Municipal Services Project, 2006
Series: Occasional papers series; no.10
Location: PR 1. BS/10386.
Cholera | epidemics | water-borne diseases

Zero tolerance: stop the violence against women and children, stop HIV/AIDS
Publication year: 2006
Corporate author: Global AIDS Alliance.
Publication details: Washington DC, Gobal AIDS Alliance, 2006
Location: GE 1. BS/10666.
epidemics | Gender | Legal aspects | Social Aspects | Violence | Women

The World Bank's global HIV/AIDS program of action
Publication year: 2005
Corporate author: The World Bank
Publication details: Washington DC, The World Bank, 2005
Location: PL 1. BS/10629.
epidemics | Funding | Global | Health systems | Planning

TB/HIV monitoring and advocacy: experiences and leadership by AIDS activities
Publication year: 2004
Corporate author: Public Health Watch, Treatment Action Group.
Publication details: New York, TAG, 2004
Location: PL 1. F/12086.
Advocacy | Control | epidemics | Implementation | Infection | Monitoring | PLWHA | Policy | Prevention

Understanding the institutional dynamics of South Africa's response to the HIV/AIDS pandemic
Publication year: 2004
Author(s): Strode, A; Barret-Grant, K
Publication details: Pretoria, Institute of Democracyin South Africa, 2004
Location: PL 1. BS/10546.
epidemics | GovernancE | Planning | Population

The Frontline in the War Against HIV/AIDS in Botswana: Case Studies from the African Comprehensive HIV/AIDS Parterships(ACHAP).
Author(s): Watson, Patricia(ed).
Publication details: Gaborone, African Comprehensive HIV/AIDS Partnerships (ACHAP),
Location: EP 1. BS/10680.
Disclosure | Education | epidemics | Orpharns | Treatment