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  Abuja Declaration on Health Financing in Africa Presentation
» 527.3 KiB - 617 hits - June 7, 2012
10 Year Review: Abuja Declaration on Health Financing in Africa Presentation. Dr. Ademola Olajide, head of Division - HNP, Social Affairs Department, African Uniion Commission.

  Abuja-Progress Report May 2010
» 1.1 MiB - 594 hits - June 7, 2012
Five - Year Review Of The Abuja Call For Accelerated Action Towards Universal Access to HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria Services By 2010. Progress report (2006-2010). Special Session of The African Union Conference of Ministers of Health, Geneva, Switzerland, 15 May 2010.

  African Union. 2001. Abuja Declaration on HIV/AIDS, Turberculosis and Other Related Infectious Diseases.
» 26.3 KiB - 619 hits - June 7, 2012
We, the Heads of State and Government of Organisation of Africa Unity (OAU) met in Abuja, Nigeria from 26-27 April 2001, at a Special Summit devoted specifically to address the exceptional challenges of HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and other Related Infectious Diseases, at the invitation of H.E President Olusegun Obasanjo with the agreement reached at the Thirty-Sixth Ordinary Session of Our Assembly in Lome Togo.

  AWLN 2nd QUART Newsletter
» 2.2 MiB - 621 hits - June 1, 2012
The whole world is talking about maternal mortality and the role family planning plays on women empowerment and poverty reduction. However, many of the discussions are taking place far away from the African continent where majority of the women are affected.

  AWLN 3rd QUART Newsletter
» 32.0 MiB - 613 hits - June 20, 2012
We are far from a world where women are free to decide the sexual matters that concern their bodies and communities. We know that young women continue to get pregnant earlier and contract HIV/AIDS at a higher rate than men. We know that youth are sexually active at a younger age, yet lack access to contraceptive and protective methods against sexually transmitted infections and unplanned pregnancy.

  AWLN 4th QUART Newsletter
» 19.0 MiB - 548 hits - June 20, 2012
Welcome to the 4th Quarterly AWLN Newsletter. Only halfway through, the year has already provided much to celebrate. The first quarter of the year afforded us the opportunity to lobby for the reproductive health and family planning needs of our fellow sisters in rural Africa.

  AWLN Position Paper English
» 90.2 KiB - 627 hits - June 1, 2012
We, as African women recognize reproductive health and family planning as a fundamental human right. We respect women’s right to choose freely and to make informed decisions about child spacing, number of children and contraceptive use free from coercion.

  HIV Women being sterilized
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‘I Feel like half a Woman All the Time’: A qualitative report of HIV-positive women’s experiences of Coerced and forced sterilisations in South Africa.

  Hormonal Contraception and HIV-1
» 296.7 KiB - 622 hits - June 1, 2012
Biological data pertaining to the plausibility of an effect of individual methods of hormonal contraception on HIV acquisition, progression in women living with HIV, and transmission to non-infected male partners were reviewed.

  Maputo Plan of Action on Sexual Reproduction Health Rights
» 296.7 KiB - 585 hits - June 1, 2012
Maputo Plan of Action for the operationalisation of the Continental Policy Framework for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights 2007-2010.

  SRHR Campaign in (Uganda)
» 1.9 MiB - 586 hits - June 1, 2012
Consolidated National Campaign and Advocacy Strategy 2011-2014. Demanding for Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights in Uganda.

  The World Health Organization . 2011. The Abuja Declaration: Ten Years On.
» 84.6 KiB - 667 hits - June 7, 2012
The World Health Organization - The Abuja Declaration: Ten Years On.

  Young Women Fact Sheet ENGLISH
» 130.5 KiB - 562 hits - June 1, 2012
African Women Leaders Network fact sheet on Young Women & Reproductive Health & Family Planning.



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