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AFRO-NETS> Impact on HIV: Building Partnerships
- Subject: AFRO-NETS> Impact on HIV: Building Partnerships
- From: David Hock <DHock@fhi.org>
- Date: Mon, 10 Jul 2000 10:44:43 -0400 (EDT)
Impact on HIV: Building Partnerships
Volume 2, Number 1, June 2000
Family Health International's (FHI) latest issue of Impact on HIV, a
semiannual magazine about HIV/AIDS prevention and care, is now on-line.
This issue highlights effective partnerships for HIV/AIDS prevention
and care involving a range of partners, from community members to busi-
ness owners. It includes articles on community mobilization to support
orphans and other vulnerable children in southern Africa, a network of
people living with HIV/AIDS in India, and a successful private-public
partnership to prevent HIV and other sexually transmitted infections in
South African mining communities. Other articles examine the growing
role of nongovernmental organizations in Russia's response to a bur-
geoning epidemic, the results of a dynamic strategic planning process
in the Dominican Republic, and the growth of youth drama groups dedi-
cated to HIV prevention in Kenya.
You will find a full-text version of the publication at the following
More than 1,500 full-text materials in English, Spanish and French are
available on our Web site:
FHI is committed to helping women and men have access to safe, effec-
tive, acceptable and affordable family planning methods to ensure that
they achieve their desired number and spacing of children; preventing
the spread of HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs);
and improving the health of women and children.
Senior Information Projects Coordinator
Family Health International
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