By United Nations
This ebook indicates how the AIDS epidemic keeps to impact African teenagers disproportionately and in lots of damaging methods, making them extra weak than different young ones, leaving lots of them orphaned and perilous their survival. The record includes new and stronger examine on orphans and susceptible young ones, together with what governments, NGO's, the non-public area and the foreign neighborhood can do to raised reply.
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Community-Based Care for Separated Children, Save the Children Sweden, 2003, p. 9. 4 UK Government, ‘The Gleneagles Communiqué 2005’, Gleneagles Summit, 8 July 2005, p. 22. 5 UN Resolution 60, A/RES/60/224, 13 January 2006, para. 12, p. 3. 6 United Nations, Review of UNGASS Political Declaration, New York, 2006, A/RES/60, para. 32, p. 5. 7 United Nations, Progress towards implementation of the Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS. Report of the Secretary-General, Follow-up to the outcome of the 26th special session, 25 July 2003, United Nations A/58/184, New York, p.
Nature of the index, the results clearly The United Nations General Assembly showed that most countries have some Special Session (UNGASS) on organized efforts and many countries HIV/AIDS in 2001 boosted leadership, particular orphaned and vulnerable have made strides in their response. ” The areas of greatest achievement 5 were national planning, coordination the HIV/AIDS crisis. This was reinforced at the Special Session on Children in The global campaign Unite for and consultation of stakeholders, and 2002.
14, suppl. 3, 2000, pp. S275–S284. , ‘Rising incidence and prevalence of orphanhood in Manicaland, Zimbabwe, 1998 to 2003’, AIDS, vol. 19, 2005, pp. 717–725. 5 Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, 2006 report on the global AIDS epidemic, op. , p. 8. , UNICEF project: HIV and orphanhood: final report on phase 3, collaborative project by United Nations Children’s Fund and London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, September 2005, pp. 16, 34. This report concerns the third phase of a project using empirical evidence from longitudinal, community-based studies in Africa to assess the overall impact of the HIV epidemic on child welfare.
Africa's Orphaned and Vulnerable Generations: Children Affected by AIDS by United Nations