4 edition of Community-Based Drug Demand Reduction and HIV-AIDS Prevention found in the catalog.
Community-Based Drug Demand Reduction and HIV-AIDS Prevention
Economic & Social Commission for Asia &
by United Nations
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||152|
Newsletter of the USAID funded drug demand reduction program in Uzbekistan, State Program on Prevention of HIV/AIDS, () HIV in Central Asia: Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan. In: Celentano D.D., Beyrer C. (eds) Public Health Aspects of HIV/AIDS in Low and Middle Income Countries. Springer, New York, NYCited by: The Declaration on the Guiding Principles of Drug Demand Reduction stresses that demand reduction should "include a wide variety of appropriate interventions," and should "cover all areas of prevention, from discouraging initial use to reducing the negative health and social consequences of drug abuse." including HIV/AIDS/STI and drug abuse.
At the end of , some million people were living with HIV (UNAIDS, ).An estimated million people were newly infected with HIV in (UNAIDS, ). While sub-Saharan Africa remains hardest hit by the HIV/AIDS epidemic, major epidemics are also emerging in other parts of the world, mainly as a result of injecting drug use. Consequently, control and prevention policies are mostly driven by political considerations, economic realities and cultural expectations, though research has played an important part in formulating and evaluating treatments for drug addiction. This volume reviews studies on drug abuse prevention and treatment strategies under five main areas: 1.
Urges Congress, the administration, and federal health agencies to convene relevant experts and stakeholders in the fields of public health, drug treatment, medicine, harm reduction, education and prevention, social work, and law enforcement, as well as people who currently use (or formerly used) drugs and affected communities, to critically. unicef. HIV/AIDS. PREVENTION EDUCATION. TEACHER’S GUIDE Acknowledgements This book could not have been written without the contributions of a great many people, and I am deeply indebted to each of them for their assistance and encouragement.. For sharing freely their ideas about good teaching: Lin Shangren, Lan Honghua, Xiang Jingyi, Liu Ying, Wei Zhonghe, Dong Yifan, Guo Changjiang, Sun .
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Morisky DE, Ang A, Coly A, Tiglao TV. A model HIV/AIDS risk reduction programme in the Philippines: a comprehensive community-based approach through participatory action research.
Health Promot Int. ; 19 (1)– O’Hara Murdock P, Lutchmiah J, Mkhize M. Peer led HIV/AIDS prevention for women in South African informal by: Get this from a library.
Community-based drug demand reduction and HIV/AIDS prevention: a manual for planners, practitioners, trainers and evaluators. [United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific.;]. In promoting the prevention of HIV infection in poor communities where drug abuse through injections is prevalent, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) has developed projects such as the Development and Implementation of National Programmes for Community-based Approaches to Drug Demand Reduction and HIV/AIDS Prevention among Author: Judith Mvula-Mwenda.
Substance Abuse Treatment as HIV Prevention. Effective substance abuse treatment and services, including, but not limited to, the delivery of opioid substitution pharamacotherapies (e.g., methadone, buprenorphine), have been shown to significantly decrease alcohol and drug use, HIV acquisition, and HIV transmission (Des Jarlais & Semaan, ; Metzger, Woody, & O’Brien, ; Volkow, Baler Cited by: 9.
Declaration on the Guiding Principles of Drug Demand Reduction, adopted by the UN the management of opioid dependence and HIV/AIDS prevention. Community-Based HIV/AIDS Prevention, Care, and Support Program Download Document: srpdf — PDF document, 1, kB (1, bytes).
This publication was formulated by Dr. Giorgi Pkhakadze, HIV/AIDS programme specialist and head of the Drug Demand Reduction, Drugs and HIV/AIDS Unit of the UNODC Country Office Myanmar. Core Team: Mr. Shariq Bin Raza, Ms.
Khyn Hla Munn, Mr. Nyi Nyi, Mr. Erwan Le Grand, Mr. Gray Sattler, Dr. Christina Economos, Erin Hennessy, in Global Perspectives on Childhood Obesity, Be Active, Eat Well. Community-based interventions are also being effectively implemented in other parts of the world.
Recently, an Australian intervention program utilizing the socioecological model, Be Active, Eat Well, was evaluated and found to be successful in a number of areas . Gallant and Maticka-Tyndale () review 11 school-based HIV/AIDS risk reduction programs in Africa and report only one randomized controlled trial.
Stanton et al. ()File Size: KB. Margaret R. Weeks, Ph.D., an anthropologist and Associate Director of Research at the Institute for Community Research, conducts studies in AIDS prevention for African American and Puerto Rican drug users, including particularly women at high risk, evaluation of community-based prevention programs, and ethnography of HIV risk associated with drug by: Since the first case of HIV/AIDS was identified in in Malaysia, the number of infected individuals has increased steadily each year, so that by the end of the cumulative number of people.
E-News. COVID is an emerging, rapidly evolving situation. INL shares the publication with the drug demand reduction community to promote coordinated efforts on comprehensive, public health approaches and help expand the global community of knowledgeable drug demand reduction professionals. HIV/AIDs prevention, advocacy for health.
Community Based Organizations in HIV/AIDS Prevention, Patient. Care and Control in Ethiopia Article (PDF Available) in Ethiopian Journal of Health Development 17(4) January with 1, Reads. Community-Based HIV/AIDS Prevention, Care, and Support Program A Case Study This case study was made possible by support from the U.S.
Agency for International Development (USAID) and the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief under the terms of Cooperative Agreement GPO-A The opinions expressed are.
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CQ Press Your definitive resource for politics, policy and people. to HIV/AIDS Education in Drug Treatment, is an updated expansion of the original module, designed to reflect changes and new information in the field.
Some handouts and activities used in the HIV/AIDS module incorporate node-link mapping, a visual representation system for helping clients im-prove personal problem-solving and decision making File Size: 1MB.
Global Drug Demand Reduction Trainer at ISSUP - International Society of Substance Use Professionals A community based multi component prevention program. - Researched, conceptualised, edited and published the first book in the country for the prevention of substance use, "Kaamiyaabu Beleniveriya" - Successful Parent.
“Demand reduction” includes a variety of treatment alternatives for drug users, education and prevention for both youths and adults, and research to determine how to best develop and implement plans for treatment, education, and prevention.
The community-based HIV/AIDS prevention/intervention program for cocaine injectors and snorters. 94 VI: National Drug Demand Reduction Programmes categorized as sector plans for: l preventive education and information l treatment and rehabilitation. The long term objectives are containing and reducing the effects of drugs on individuals, families and the community.
iv Preventing Drug Use among Children and Adolescents National Institute on Drug Abuse Preface v Today’s youth face many risks, including drug abuse, violence, and HIV/AIDS.
Responding to these risks before they become problems can be difficult. She helped form the National Drug User Network-Myanmar, which advocates for health and social rights of people who use drugs.
Dr. Kham seeks to enhance her knowledge of policies to protect the rights of drug users, community-based prevention and treatment programs for amphetamine-type stimulant use, and developing services for women who use drugs. Reducing demand - prevention of drug use at all stages of involvement and consumption levels; 3.
Reducing harm - promoting situational risk reduction practices for regular users, addicts and recreational users; 4. Reducing addiction - drug treatment options for Author: Mangai Natarajan.Drug Abuse Monitoring System (DAMS) is an online data base, wherein data on the types of substances, method of consumption, clinical and general profile of treatment seekers at de-addiction centres will be collected on a quarterly basis for understanding the trends of the substance abuse in the country.