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close this bookGuidelines for HIV Interventions in Emergency Settings (Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS - United Nations High Commission for Refugee - World Health Organisation, 1996, 62 p.)
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View the documentAknowledgements
View the document1. Introduction
View the document2. Why is HIV/AIDS a priority in emergencies?
View the document3. The importance of advocacy
close this folder4. Stages of an emergency
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View the documentStage 1: The destabilizing event
View the documentStage 2: Loss of essential services
View the documentStage 3: Restoration of essential services
View the documentStage 4: Relative stability
View the documentStage 5: Return to normality
close this folder5. The essential minimum package
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View the documentPrevention of HIV transmission through blood transfusion
View the documentPrevention of HIV transmission through universal precautions
View the documentPrevention of HIV transmission through provision of condoms
View the documentPrevention of HIV transmission through provision of information
View the documentPrevention of HIV transmission through STD care
View the document6. Mobilization of the minimum package
View the document7. HIV/AIDS-Related human rights and ethics during emergencies
View the document8. Comprehensive care for people with HIV/AIDS in the post-acute phase
View the document9. Needs assessment for HIV interventions in emergencies
close this folderAppendix 1
View the documentA. Example of a medical history questionnaire
View the documentB. Example of a donor information leaflet from a blood transfusion service in Africa
close this folderAppendix 2
View the documentEssential items for blood transfusion in emergency settings
View the documentPackaging and forwarding guidelines
View the documentSelection of supplies and equipment catalogues for HIV interventions
close this folderAppendix 3
View the documentA. Contents of WHO/UNICEF presentation package of materials on injection safety
View the documentB. Information on cleaning and disinfection
View the documentAppendix 4 - How to use the right condoms the right way4
View the documentAppendix 5 - Example of a brochure on safer sexual behaviour
View the documentAppendix 6 - Needs assessment: continuous and discontinuous data
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