United States International Strategy on HIV/AIDS.

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U.S. Department of State, 1995 - 46 pages
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Page 34 - Administration, the National Institutes of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...
Page 20 - The National Science and Technology Council's Committee on International Science, Engineering, and Technology...
Page 16 - ... the rights of individuals, in particular those living with or most vulnerable to HIV/AIDS, through the legal and social environment, fully involve nongovernmental and community-based organizations as well as people living with HIV/AIDS in the formulation and implementation of public policies, ensure equal protection under the law for persons living with HIV/AIDS with regard to access to health care, employment, education, travel, housing and social welfare...
Page 6 - Mann JM. The World Health Organization's global strategy for the prevention and control of AIDS.
Page 19 - US ambassadors and other embassy representatives will meet with host country counterparts to describe the US International Strategy on HIV/AIDS and to encourage leaders to expand HIV/AIDS prevention and mitigation programs. Emphasis will be placed on the important role that NGOs, business groups, people living with HIV/AIDS, and community organizations should play in an effective response to HIV/AIDS.
Page 43 - HIV/AIDS epidemic and the necessity to involve a wide, diverse range of people and organizations to mobilize an effective response, coordination of national and international efforts is complex but critical.
Page 5 - Increase the political and economic commitment by foreign leaders to stem the spread and mitigate the impact of HIV/AIDS...
Page 16 - The risk runs both ways; peacekeepers could both be a source of HIV infection to local populations and be infected by them, thus becoming a source of the infection when they return home.

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