Search PlusNews archives

Search report results returned 6708 report(s)
First Page Previous Page
Next Page Last Page
Page size:
 6708 items in 336 pages
MOZAMBIQUE: Warning on AIDS risk for child labour
24 July 2001 (PlusNews ), UNICEF warned on Monday that child labourers in Mozambique were at a high risk of contracting HIV/AIDS and said it would encourage the government to find ways to stop child labour.
ZIMBABWE: Funds for UZ to improve the quality of HIV/AIDS care
24 July 2001 (PlusNews ), The US Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has announced an agreement with the University of Zimbabwe School of Medicine to improve the quality of health care services for HIV/AIDS.
AFRICA: US firm offers cheaper test kits
24 July 2001 (PlusNews ), A US pharmaceutical company, CALCOL Inc, has announced that it would immediately begin to make, sell, and distribute cheap HIV/AIDS Test Kits on a large scale for areas which have been worst hit by HIV/AIDS, reported ‘Marketletter’ on Tuesday.
AFRICA: IRIN PlusNews Daily Briefs, 24 July
24 July 2001 (PlusNews ),
NIGERIA: Journalists trained on HIV/AIDS reporting
23 July 2001 (PlusNews ), Journalist Against AIDS Nigeria (JAAIDS) organised a workshop on effective HIV/AIDS reporting in Lagos last week to provide basic HIV reporting skills for reporters and to address journalists’ attitudes and approaches towards HIV/AIDS, the Nigeria AIDS e-forum reported on Tuesday.
UNITED NATIONS: Launch of Global AIDS Fund at G-8 summit gets mixed reaction
23 July 2001 (PlusNews ), AIDS activists condemned as “outrageously low” the US $1.3 billion pledged by G-8 leaders at the Genoa summit to launch the global fund to fight HIV/AIDS.
SOUTH AFRICA: Youth HIV/AIDS programme to benefit from US $44 milion AIDS pact
23 July 2001 (PlusNews ), South African Deputy President Jacob Zuma announced on Thursday that his government is set to sign a US $44 million agreement on AIDS prevention programmes with the American Kaiser Family Foundation, SAPA reported.
SOUTH AFRICA: Company granted license to make generic anti-AIDS medicine
23 July 2001 (PlusNews ), US drugmaker Bristol-Myers Squibb has licensed a South African laboratory to make cheaper generic copies of two of its anti-AIDS medications for sale in sub-Saharan Africa, SAPA reported on Friday.

Advanced search or alternatively, search IRIN using Google:
Other OCHA Sites
United Nations - OCHA
DFID - UK Department for International Development
Irish Aid
Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation - SDC