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UNICEF in action

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© courtesy Charlie Liddall

Under the banner of Unite for Children, Unite against AIDS, UNICEF is working with the Government of Malaysia to contain and reverse the spread of HIV in the country.

UNICEF’s HIV and AIDS program is built on four pillars : (1) technical assistance and capacity enhancement; (2) catalyst grassroots programs; (3) public information and dissemination; (4) applicable research and analysis.  The program is designed to assist policy makers and partners to:

  • Appreciate the magnitude of the AIDS epidemic in the country and its potential impact on children, young people and women;
  • Identify areas of effective and sustainable intervention to contain and reverse the epidemic;
  • Make policies that are evidence based, inclusive, non- discriminatory and forward looking; and, 
  • Design and test non-traditional program models which if successful could be replicated nationwide.

 

 

 

 

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