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Our Commitment : The World Bank's Africa Region HIV/AIDS Agenda for Action 2007-2011

ABSENTEEISM ABSTINENCE ABUSE ACCESS TO TREATMENT AIDS INTERVENTIONS AIDS PROGRAM AIDS PROGRAMS AIDS RELIEF ALLEVIATION OF POVERTY BEHAVIOR CHANGE BEHAVIORAL CHANGE CAPACITY BUILDING CAUSES OF DEATH CHILD HEALTH CHILD LABOR CHILD WELFARE CHRONIC DISEASE CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS COMMUNICABLE DISEASES COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION CONDOM CONDOM DISTRIBUTION CONDOM USE CONTROL OVER RESOURCES COST EFFECTIVENESS DECISION MAKING DEPENDENCY RATIO DEVELOPMENT GOALS DEVELOPMENT PLANNING DEVELOPMENT POLICY DIAGNOSIS DIAGNOSTICS DIARRHEAL DISEASES DISABILITY DISABLED PERSONS DISCRIMINATION DOUBLE ORPHANS DRUG RESISTANCE DRUGS ECONOMIC GROWTH EFFECTIVE PREVENTION EFFECTIVE USE EMERGENCY PLAN EMERGENCY RESPONSE EPIDEMIC EPIDEMICS EPIDEMIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS EPIDEMIOLOGY FAMILIES FAMILY PLANNING FAMILY PLANNING SERVICES FERTILITY FERTILITY RATES GENDER EQUALITY GENDER INEQUALITIES GENDER INEQUALITY GLOBAL HIV/AIDS GOOD GOVERNANCE GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT HAZARD HEALTH BURDEN HEALTH CARE HEALTH FACILITIES HEALTH SECTOR HEALTH SERVICES HEALTH SYSTEM HEALTH SYSTEMS HEALTH WORKERS HEART DISEASE HIV HIV INFECTIONS HIV POSITIVE HIV PREVENTION HIV TRANSMISSION HIV/AIDS HUMAN CAPACITY HUMAN CAPITAL HUMAN DEVELOPMENT IMMUNE SYSTEMS IMPACT ON CHILDREN INCOME-GENERATING ACTIVITIES INFECTION INFORMATION SYSTEMS INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT INJECTING DRUG USE INJECTING DRUG USERS INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS INTERNATIONAL RESPONSE LABOR SUPPLY LACK OF CAPACITY LEGAL RIGHTS LIFE EXPECTANCY LOCAL COMMUNITIES LOCAL GOVERNMENTS LOW PREVALENCE MALARIA MALE CIRCUMCISION MATERNAL HEALTH MEASLES MICROBICIDES MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOAL MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS MINISTRY OF HEALTH MORBIDITY MORTALITY MOTHER MOTHER-TO-CHILD MOTHER-TO-CHILD TRANSMISSION MULTI-COUNTRY AIDS NATIONAL AIDS NATIONAL AUTHORITIES NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT NATIONAL DIALOGUE NATIONAL GOVERNMENT NATIONAL GOVERNMENTS NATIONAL HEALTH SYSTEMS NATIONAL LEADERS NATIONAL LEVEL NATIONAL LEVELS NATIONAL PLANS NATIONAL PRIORITIES NATIONAL STRATEGIES NATIONAL STRATEGY NEGATIVE EFFECTS NEW INFECTIONS NUMBER OF DEATHS NUMBER OF NEW INFECTIONS NUMBER OF PERSONS NUTRITION NUTRITIONAL STATUS OLD AGE OPPORTUNISTIC DISEASES ORPHAN ORPHAN SUPPORT ORPHANS PANDEMIC PARENTING PERSONS IN NEED POPULATION GROWTH POVERTY REDUCTION POVERTY REDUCTION GOALS POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY PREMATURE DEATH PREVALENCE RATES PREVENTION EFFORTS PREVENTION INFORMATION PREVENTION INTERVENTIONS PRIMARY SCHOOL PRODUCTIVE YEARS PUBLIC POLICY QUALITY ASSURANCE RECIPIENT COUNTRIES REFUGEES REGIONAL ACTION RELIGIOUS GROUPS REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS RESISTANT TUBERCULOSIS RESOURCE NEEDS RESOURCE REQUIREMENTS RESPECT RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS RETURNEES RISK POPULATIONS RURAL AREAS RURAL DEVELOPMENT SAFE SEX SAFETY NET SENSITIVE ISSUES SERVICE DELIVERY SERVICE PROVIDERS SEX WITH MEN SEX WORK SEX WORKERS SEXUAL BEHAVIOR SEXUALLY ACTIVE SEXUALLY ACTIVE MEN SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS SKILLED WORKERS SOCIAL CONDITIONS SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL NETWORKS SOCIAL SERVICES SOCIAL SYSTEMS SPONSORS STIS STRATEGIC PRIORITIES SUPPLY CHAINS SYNDROME TB TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TECHNICAL RESOURCES THERAPY TRANSMISSION TRANSPORTATION TUBERCULOSIS UNAIDS UNFPA UNIONS UNIVERSAL ACCESS UNIVERSAL ACCESS TO TREATMENT URBAN DEVELOPMENT VACCINES VECTORS VICTIMS VIOLENCE VIRUS VOLUNTARY TESTING VULNERABILITY VULNERABLE CHILDREN VULNERABLE GROUPS VULNERABLE POPULATIONS WORK FORCE WORKPLACE WORKPLACE EDUCATION WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION YOUNG ADULTS YOUNG GIRLS YOUNG MEN YOUNG PEOPLE YOUNG WOMEN
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Washington, DC
Africa
2012-06-13T15:41:14Z | 2012-06-13T15:41:14Z | 2007-11

The World Bank is committed to support sub-Sahara Africa in responding to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. This Agenda for Action is a road map for Bank management and staff over the next five years to fulfill that commitment. It focuses on mainstreaming HIV/AIDS activities into broader national development agendas as a critical aspect of economic growth and human capacity development. In preparing the Agenda for Action, consultations have been carried out over several months with a broad constituency, including countries, donors, communities and nonprofit organizations.

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