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Author
United Nations; AusAID
Title
Saving Our Future: Multiministerial Action Guide: HIV/AIDS in Asia and the Pacific
Imprint
UNESCAP, 2003, 140 pp
ISBN/ISSN
92-1-120166-7
Description

Reproduced with UNESCAP's kind permission.

Abstract

"This Multiministerial Action Guide has been prepared precisely to emphasise the need for governments to take a holistic approach to the pandemic and suggest specific ways in which different ministries can be involved. It is an attempt to merge the best insights in tackling HIV/AIDS from around the globe with the specific needs and capabilities of the Asian and Pacific region. The government agencies targeted in this Action Guide for analysis include the Office of the Head of Government/Head of State and the Ministries of Health, Finance, Education, Welfare, Labour and Agriculture. This is, however, by no means, a comprehensive list of the number of ministries that need to be involved."

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  • Access Economics Pty Ltd, 'The Potential Economic Impact of AIDS in Asia and the Pacific', in HIV/AIDS and Development in Asia and the Pacific: A Lengthening Shadow, Asia Pacific Ministerial Meeting Melbourne 2001, AusAID - Australian Agency for International Development, Canberra, October 2001, p. 12. [ PDF File | Details... ]
  • AFAO - Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations & NAPWA Australia - National Association of People living with HIV/AIDS, Advocacy Guide to the Asia-Pacific Ministerial Statement on HIV/AIDS: Asia Pacific Ministerial Meeting, October 2001, Melbourne Victoria, March 2002, 7 pp. [ PDF File | Details... ]
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  • Emerging Social Issues Division, United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, Information Kit: Mobilizing Responses to Fight HIV/AIDS in the Asian and the Pacific Region, UNESCAP, December 2005, 50 pp. [ PDF File | Details... ]