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  1. A grim prognosis for AIDS in Africa

    ... (0-14) with HIV 2,600 3,000 Child deaths (high estimate) 650 720 AIDS orphans 11,000 14,000 Access to ... adult infection rate of 4.7 per cent among urban-dwellers in 1996, saw that figure more than double to 11.8 per cent in 2001. In ... rates among young women in the cities from 28.3 per cent in 1996 to 24.1 per cent, with a similar drop in infection rates among young rural ...

    amelia - 7 Nov 2016

  2. Mali posts modest gains in child health

    ... in Dougouolo, Mali: there have been some improvements in child health over the past decade. Photo : ©UNICEF / Giacomo Pirozzi ... of peace since the end of the Tuareg rebellion in 1996 have all permitted some continuity in policy and made it possible to ...

    amelia - 14 Oct 2016

  3. Small arms in Africa

    ... also increased significantly, from 51,000 incidents in 1996 to 69,500 in 1998, although the overall number of robberies involving ... Access to automatic rifles by itself does not create child soldiers, UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) small arms project officer Ms. ...

    amelia - 30 Sep 2016

  4. Africa in Brief

    ... February 2003 U N exposes armies using child soldiers In a departure from past practice, a new report by UN ... Otunnu. NGO review dissects adjustment policies In 1996, a network of non-governmental organizations, with World Bank and ...

    amelia - 2 Sep 2016

  5. En finir avec l’enrôlement d’enfants

    ... certain. Les responsabilités des Etats Depuis 1996, année où Mme Graça Machel, ex-Ministre de l’éducation du ... 2007; 229 p. ; relié 22 $) Topics:  child soldiers UNICEF ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 28 Feb 2013

  6. Global AIDS treatment drive takes off

    ... shantytown near Johannesburg in 2003, it was evident the child was dying. He was too weak for school, stunted and racked by diarrhoea. ... therapy must continue for life. When UNAIDS was launched in 1996, the organization noted recently, global spending on the full range of ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 26 Feb 2013

  7. Pact to end use of children in war

    States vow to ‘spare no effort’ in freeing child soldiers By:  Ernest Harsch From Africa ... growth in Africa and beyond. Mr. Ishmael Beah, a former child soldier from Sierra Leone, elaborated. If young ex-combatants are not ... State responsibilities Ever since 1996, when Ms. Graça Machel, Mozambique’s former minister of education, ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 26 Feb 2013

  8. Empowering women to fight AIDS

    ... October 2007 HIV-positive mother and child in Tanzania: Low economic and social status, along with other factors, ... increase in funding for global anti-AIDS programmes since 1996, the number of new infections and deaths continues to rise. Spending on ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 26 Feb 2013

  9. Women in North Africa secure more rights

    ... to justice. Egypt introduced a new system of administering child support and alimony and has brought divorce and inheritance issues under ... notes that while the practice has been illegal there since 1996, it remains common. “Egyptians widely believe FGM to be an Islamic ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 25 Feb 2013

  10. At last, signs of progress on AIDS

    ... to prevent the transmission of the virus from mother to child at birth would begin earlier, as would treatment for those with both HIV ... amidst signs that the global pandemic may have peaked in 1996. The main cause for the drop, UNAIDS asserts, is the success of ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 22 Feb 2013