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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
Open this folder and view contents6. Future directions: national policies and large-scale programmes
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
 

Appendix 1 - Agenda

1. Opening

2. Women and HIV/AIDS: the global situation and current research priorities

3. Effective approaches to HIV/AIDS prevention in women: promoting safe sexual behaviour

 

3.1 AIDS prevention for women: a community-based approach in Botswana

3.2 Educational interventions for AIDS prevention among single migratory female factory workers in Thailand

3.3 Women helping to empower and enhance lives: a prevention programme for hard-to-reach women in the USA, Mexico and Puerto Rico

3.4 Peer education among adolescent sex workers in the Philippines

3.5 Reproductive health education and services for adolescents in Mexico

3.6 Discussion

4. STD/HIV prevention through STD care and condom promotion

 

4.1 STD/HIV prevention among vulnerable women in Zimbabwe
4.2 A comprehensive STD/HIV intervention programme in India
4.3 Women’s protection project: condom social marketing for women in Haiti
4.4 Discussion

5. Experiences from other fields: implications for HIV/AIDS prevention

 

5.1 Celebrating mother and child on the fortieth day: the Sfax, Tunisia postpartum programme

5.2 Promoting health through women’s functional literacy and intersectoral action, with a focus on Nigeria

5.3 Credit programmes, women’s empowerment, and contraceptive use in rural Bangladesh

5.4 Discussion

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

 

6.1 National programme for training urban and rural women on STD/HIV and health in Myanmar
6.2 Income generation and reduction of women entering sex work in Thailand
6.3 Man/Hombre/Homme: meeting male reproductive health care needs in Colombia
6.4 Discussion

7. Review of conclusions from discussions

8. Closing

 

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