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close this bookEffective Approaches for the Prevention of HIV/Aids in Woman (PAHO, WHO; 1995; 62 pages)
View the documentExecutive summary
View the document1. Introduction
View the document2. Opening of the meeting
Open this folder and view contents3. Women and HIV/AIDS
Open this folder and view contents4. Effective approaches to prevention of HIV/AIDS in women
Open this folder and view contents5. Experiences from other fields: implications for HIV/AIDS prevention
close this folder6. Future directions: national policies and large-scale programmes
View the documentNational programme for training urban and rural women on STD/HIV and health in Myanmar
View the documentIncome generation and reduction of women entering sex work in Thailand
View the documentMan/Hombre/Homme: meeting male reproductive health care needs in Colombia
View the documentFuture directions: policies and large-scale programmes - Conclusions
View the document7. Overall conclusions
View the documentAppendix 1 - Agenda
View the documentAppendix 2 - List of participants
View the documentAppendix 3 - List of background papers
View the documentAppendix 4 - Selected reading list

6. Future directions: national policies and large-scale programmes

Social norms and the policy environment play an important role in creating a climate that is conducive (or obstructive) to safe individual sexual behaviour as well as to efforts to reach a large number of people with HIV prevention messages. Examples of these broader strategies are given, closing with a programme that reaches out to men and encourages them to share responsibility with women for contraception and disease prevention.

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