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Responses of the Catholic Church to HIV and AIDS in Africa: Lessons learned. Summary

Fleischer, K. et al., Eds.: German Bishops' Conference Research Group on International Church Affairs, (2015)

An international field study by African and German Theologicans and health workers

Enseignements tirés des réactions de l’Eglise catholique au VIH et au SIDA en Afrique. Résumé

Fleischer, K. et al., Eds.: Conférence épiscopale allemande sur les affaires internationales de l'Eglise, (2015)

Une étude de terrain internationale réalisée par des théologiens et des experts de santé africains et allemands

Inequalities in public health care delivery in Zambia

Jane Phiri and John E Ataguba , (2014)

International Journal for Equity in Health 2014, 13:24

We are also dying of AIDS

Human Rights Watch, (2014)

Barriers to HIV Services and Treatment for Persons with Disabilities in Zambia The 80-page report documents the obstacles faced by people with disabilities in both the community and healthcare settings. These include pervasive stigma and discrimination, lack of access to inclusive HIV prevention education, obstacles to accessing voluntary testing and HIV treatment, and lack of appropriate support for adherence to antiretroviral treatment. The report also describes the sexual and intimate partner violence women and girls with disabilities face, and the need for the government and international donors to do more to ensure inclusive and accessible HIV services.

Institutionalizing Provider-Initiated HIV Testing and Counselling for Children: An Observational Case Study from Zambia

Jane N. Mutanga; Juliette Raymond; Megan S. Towle, et al., (2012)

PLoS One. 2012; 7(4): e29656. Published online 2012 Apr 20. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0029656

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