UNGASS 2008 country progress report

Papua New Guinea : reporting period, January 2006-December 2007
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PNG National AIDS Council Secretariat , [Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea?]
AIDS (Disease) -- Papua New Guinea, HIV infections -- Papua New G
Other titlesUNGASS 2008 Papua New Guinea
Statementprepared by the PNG National Aids Council Secretariat and partners.
ContributionsNational AIDS Council (Papua New Guinea). Secretariat., United Nations. General Assembly. Special Session on HIV/AIDS
LC ClassificationsRA643.86.P26 U54 2008
The Physical Object
Pagination133 p. :
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Open LibraryOL23947736M
LC Control Number2009415857

Session on HIV and AIDS (UNGASS) calls for national periodic reports on the progress of the national response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. The Government of Antigua and Barbuda has signed up to this commitment and requested technical support from UNAIDS to prepare this UNGASS Size: KB. UNGASS Country Progress Report – CANADA – Government of Canada Report to the Secretary General of the United Nations on the the submission of the UNGASS Report.

The initial drafts of the Main Section, Part A of Annex 2 (the National Composite Policy Index), and Annex 3File Size: KB. UNGASS Tuvalu 4 Status at a glance This report was compiled by the Tuvalu National AIDS Committee (TuNAC), a body which comprises representatives of government agencies and non-governmental organisations that are actively involved in reducing the vulnerability of people in Tuvalu to HIV and AIDS, as well as other health and community risks.

The Gambia UNGASS Country Report Page 2 The policy had the following 6 major component areas: 1. Prevention of transmission th rough sexual intercourse; 2.

Prevention of transmission through blood; 3. Care and Social support for HIV infected persons; 4. Programme Planning and Management; 5. Programme Monitoring and Evaluation; Size: 2MB.

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The Third Country Report on Following up the Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS1 (UNGASS) was prepared by Ministry of Health of Viet Nam with support from UNAIDS in the period October – December The Report recognizes significant achievements and efforts made by Viet Nam, as well as the country’s commitment to scale up towards Universal Access to prevention, treatment.

UNGASS Country Progress Report: Bangladesh. National AIDS/STD Programme Bangladesh () The UNGASS reporting process included a desk review of reports and data relating to the HIV/AIDS situation in Bangladesh; the identification of stakeholders and their various contributions to the reporting process; a review of other data needs for the.

This report is presented exactly as submitted by the country, without editing or other alteration.

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This and other member state submissions will form the basis of the UNGASS Country Progress Report: Marshall Islands. REPORT ON THE GLOBAL AIDS EPIDEMIC | COUNTRY PROGRESS INDICATORS a given indicator either because no data was available with which to construct the indi-cator according to the UNGASS definition or because the country chose not to report on the indicator as it was considered not relevant to the county’s epidemic.

collection process, analysis and report writing. A UNGASS 2008 country progress report book team of people representing the government, CSOs, the Joint UN team, and academic institutions did the data collection, analysis and report writing process.

The zero and first drafts of the report were circulated to all stakeholders for comments and inputs to fill the information and data gaps. The UNGASS report‐writing process To undertake the development of this report, an UNGASS Task Force was convened to lead the process, made up of staff of the Botswana National AIDS Coordinating AgencyFile Size: 1MB.

In line with this commitment, this is India’s country progress report for the period between January and December The report is prepared by NACO in consultation with civil society and support from development partners.

The report presents the overview of epidemic, the strategic national response, its impact and the challenges. Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), Ministry of Health and Family (Maldives).

Maldives UNGASS Country Progress Report Geneva, Switzerland: Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), Country Progress Report To the Secretary General of the United Nations On the United Nations General Assembly Special Session Reporting period: January –December Submission date: Ma Ministry of Health Jamaica National HIV/STI Programme Jamaica.

by ] Overall: %; Men: % Women: % (, KABP survey) Men: % Women: % (, KABP survey) Men: 48% Women: 11% (, KABP survey) Percentage of adults aged who had more than one sexual partner in the past 12 months who report the use of a condom during their last intercourse* [National Target: None]. 6 UkrAINe: NATIoNAl rePorT oN MoNITorING ProGreSS ToWArDS THe UNGASS DeClArATIoN oF CoMMITMeNT oN HIV/AIDS acknowledgMents This report was engorsed by the National Council on TB and AIDS on 21 Februaryand was subsequently endorsed by the Minister of Health of Ukraine.

Canada’s UNGASS Report 5 Percentage of women and men aged who received an HIV test in the past 12 months and know their results 32% of Canadians over the age of 15 years report having ever been tested for HIV (excluding testing for insurance, blood donation or participation in research)6 Percentage of young people aged   In June Pakistan along with other member states of the United Nations adopted the Declaration of Commitment (DoC)on HIV/AIDS in the United National General Assembly Special Session (UNGASS) on HIV/AIDS.

This was an effort to compliment the framework for achievement of the Millennium Development Goals for halting and beginning to reverse the spread of the HIV/AIDS epidemic.


We reviewed National Composite Policy Index data from United Nations General Assembly Special Session Country Progress Reports and examined their narrative reports for text relating to human. 01/ - 12/ Series or system.

UNAIDS Global AIDS Response Progress Report Each country progress report contains a section on the status of the epidemic in that country for the two-year period, with figures on topics such as the number of HIV tests that have been received, the number of new cases reported, and the number of AIDS.

UNGASS on Drug Abuse UNDCP established First UN World Drug Report UNGASS on the World Drug Problem UNGASS on HIV/AIDS UNODC established Ministerial Statement Political Declaration on HIV/AIDS “drug free” deadline Political Declaration Bolivia’s withdrawal from Convention OAS Cartagena Summit U.S.

and. UNGASS United Nations General Assembly Special Session on HIV and AIDS WHO World Health Organization. Global AIDS Response Progress Reporting 8 UNAIDS has collected country progress reports from Member States, in order to monitor the various political declarations, every two years since and every year since File Size: 1MB.

and details the progress made by the European Chemicals Agency (Agency) in its evaluation tasks. As stated in Arti these reports should include recommendations to potential registrants in order to improve the quality of future registrations.

This report covers progress made during the year 2. DESCRIPTION OF EVALUATION TASKS WHO/OPEC fund multi-country initiative on HIV/AIDS. Progress report: Strengthening national capacity in HIV/AIDS response.

The work of WHO on HIV/AIDS. Progress report. 1 September WHO/Italian initiative on HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa. Follow up on the United Nations General Assemby Special Session on HIV/AIDS: work of WHO.

Human rights and universal access for men who have sex with men and people who inject drugs: A qualitative analysis of the UNGASS narrative country progress reports. Document Symbol. Title. A/S/1. Provisional agenda of the thirtieth special session of the General Assembly.

A/S/2. Letter dated 8 April from the Secretary-General to the President of the General Assembly [on Member States in arrears under Article 19]. Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), Ministry of Health, Welfare, and Sport (Netherlands), National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (Netherlands).

Netherlands UNGASS Country Progress Report Geneva, Switzerland: Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), Kazakhstan National Progress Report for UNGASS Nav.

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General Info. UN member states are required to submit country progress reports to the UNAIDS Secretariat every two years. The UNAIDS Secretariat has the responsibility for developing the reporting process, accepting reports from member states, and preparing a report for the UN.

At the United Nations General Assembly Special Session on HIV/AIDS (UNGASS), Member States agreed to regularly review progress made in national responses to HIV. UNGASS COUNTRY PROGRESS REPORT The Netherlands This Country Progress Report for the Global AIDS Response Progress Reporting is based on previous reports in connection with the ‘Declaration of Commitment on has been estimated to be 21, (19,)2.

This represents an increase of. Report of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs on its preparatory work for the Special Session of the General Assembly on the world drug problem. A/S/5. Report of the Credentials Committee. A/RES/S/1. Resolution containing outcome document entitled "Our joint commitment to effectively addressing and countering the world drug problem".About The UN General Assembly will hold a Special Session (UNGASS) on drugs in This Special Session will be an important milestone in achieving the goals set in the policy document of "Political Declaration and Plan of Action on International Cooperation towards an Integrated and Balanced Strategy to Counter the World Drug Problem", which defined action to be taken by Member States.Project Overview.

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