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by Olusoji Adeyi,Thomas Novotny,Dominic Haazen

Download HIV/AIDS in Southeastern Europe: Case Studies from Bulgaria, Croatia, and Romania (World Bank Working Papers) eBook
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0821354833
Author:
Olusoji Adeyi,Thomas Novotny,Dominic Haazen
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Medicine
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English
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World Bank Publications (May 30, 2003)
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48 pages
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Novotny, Thomas; Haazen, Dominic; Adeyi, Olusoji. World Bank Working Paper;No. 4. Washington, DC: World Bank.

Novotny, Thomas; Haazen, Dominic; Adeyi, Olusoji. HIV/AIDS in Southeastern Europe : Case Studies from Bulgaria, Croatia, and Romania. This item appears in the following Collection(s). World Bank Working Papers. Users also downloaded.

Registered: Abstract. In June 2002, the countries of Southeastern Europe (SEE) recommitted themselves to scale up action on the prevention and treatment of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS).

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Book DescriptionA World Bank Working Paper. The following approaches were used to complete the study: (i) Collecting data and documents on the current state of the AIDS epidemic in the ECC05 countries (Bulgaria, Croatia and Romania).

Case Studies from Bulgaria, Croatia, and Romania (World Bank Working Paper, No. 4). by Thomas E. Novotny, Dominic Haazen, Olusoji Adeyi. Published June 2003 by World Bank Publications.

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HIV/AIDS in Southeastern Europe : Case Studies from Bulgaria, Croatia, and Romania. Washington : World Bank Publications, 2003. HIV/AIDS in Europe : moving from death sentence to chronic disease management. Saved in: Bibliographic Details. Main Author: Novotny, Thomas E. Other Authors: Haazen, Dominic. Subjects: AIDS (Disease) Bulgaria. AIDS (Disease) Croatia. AIDS (Disease) Romania. HIV/AIDS Treatment and Prevention in India : Modeling the Costs and Consequence. HIV/AIDS in South Africa. by: Karim, S. S. Abdool.

In June 2002, the countries of Southeastern Europe (SEE) recommitted themselves to scale up action on the prevention and treatment of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS).

The Countries of Southeastern Europe (Bulgaria, Croatia, and Romania) have re-committed themselves to scale up action on the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS in the sub-region. These three countries share several social conditions that have led to an alarming increase in HIV infection. These conditions include increasing unemployment and poverty, rapid social changes, a decrease in the accessibility and quality of services and educational opportunities, psychological stress from post-conflict situations, increased substance abuse and sex work, and increased trafficking in women for sexual exploitation.This paper reviews the current status of the AIDS epidemics in the three countries, evaluates the approaches and strategies currently being used in each country, and makes recommendation both for government strategies and for the World Bank's current and potential future involvement in relation to these strategies. Potential interventions are organized according to four general groupings: • Epidemiology and Operational Research • Health Care and Social Services • Health Communications and Promotion • Civil Society and Advocacy