HIV/AIDS

HIV / AIDS and children

UNITE FOR CHILDREN UNITE AGAINST AIDS

What parliamentarians can do about HIV/AIDS

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Campaign updates

Children and AIDS campaign update: September – December 2007
The Unite for Children Unite against AIDS initiative is bringing together various partners in Mozambique including Government, civil society organisations, associations of people living with HIV and AIDS, national and international NGOs and the UN.

Children and AIDS campaign update: June – August 2007
The Unite for Children Unite against AIDS campaign was launched in Mozambique in November 2005. Following the launch event, significant progress has been made in the four programmatic areas of the campaign as a result of partners working together.

Children and AIDS campaign update: March – May 2007
In Mozambique, partners are united in placing children at the centre of HIV and AIDS interventions.

Campaign update: December 2006 - February 2007
The Children and AIDS campaign aims to mobilise partners to join efforts and increase interventions in four key areas referred to as the Four Ps.

Campaign update: September - November 2006
The Unite for Children Unite against AIDS campaign aims to place children at the centre of the response to the pandemic, and expand interventions in the areas of HIV prevention, treatment, care and protection.

Campaign update: June-August 2006
In Mozambique, partners are united in placing children at the centre of HIV and AIDS interventions. Through the Children and AIDS campaign, more is being done to involve children in prevention activities, and increase treatment, care and support.

Campaign update: April-May 2006
Operationalisation of the national HIV/AIDS communication strategy to scale up prevention activities and defining priority communication objectives for 2006/2007 was the aim of a meeting convened in Maputo by the National AIDS Council in May.

Campaign update: January-March 2006
The Unite for Children Unite against AIDS campaign was launched in Mozambique in November 2005. Following the launch event, significant progress has been made in the four programmatic areas (Four Ps) of the campaign.

 

 
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