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UNAIDS - Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS and The World Bank
Title
Responding to the HIV/AIDS Crisis: Lessons From Global Best Practises
In
Sharing Ideas from Brazil, Senegal, Thailand & Uganda
Imprint
UNAIDS - Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS and The World Bank, Geneva, June 2004, 61 pp
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This report is based on a UNAIDS and Joint World Bank seminar.

"We wish to thank Debrework Zewdie, Keith Hansen (World Bank), George Tembo (UNAIDS), and Mary Lou Ingram for their contributions to the Seminar and the publication."

Abstract

"As part of continuing efforts by the United Nations to better assist countries as they intensify their national AIDS responses and allocate financial resources accordingly, the World Bank and UNAIDS organized a seminar in Geneva in June, 2004 to examine lessons learned from global best practices in four countries [Brazil, Senegal, Thailand & Uganda] implementing effective campaigns against HIV/AIDS. The purpose of the seminar was to compare lessons from the field and share that knowledge with people from countries that are dealing with the difficult choices that need to be made when tackling the epidemic."

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