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AIDS related Deaths

From a gloomy picture to signs of hope... an HIV free generation is possible!

2011
Author: 
Swaziland Government. National Emergency Response Council on HIV/AIDS

When the first cases of hIV were discovered in 1986, academics and health practitioners predicted the potential of a wipe out of the Swazi population. The population growth rate was projected to become negavtive beginning 2004. However, the collective contribution of multisectoral partners in Government, communities, organizations and the health sector has enabled the Kingdom to achieve positive results in many areas.

Library code: 
Manzini, Shiselweni, ULHC
Classification no: 
EP BS / SWA
Collection: 
Special Collections: Swazi Focus
Accession no: 
EP BS/1249
Type of material: 
Booklet
Publication details: 
Mbabane: NERCHA
Physical description: 
20p.: ill.
Keywords: 
Swaziland Government, NCP, Orphaned and Vulnerable Children, OVC, Child Protection, Vulnerability, NERCHA, Global Fund, Stipends, Food, Community Response,

Swaziland HIV estimates and projections report 2015

2015
Author: 
Swaziland Government. The National Emergency Response Council on HIV and AIDS

Spectrum is a suite of easy to use policy models which provide policymakers with an analytical tool to support decision making processes. Spectrum was used in modelling the magnitude of the HIV epidemic and the demographic, social and economic impacts in Swaziland. The projections were generated by a Mutisectoral Estimates and Projections Core Team led by NERCHA, in 2015.

Library code: 
Manzini, ULHC
Classification no: 
EP / SWA
Collection: 
Special Collections: Swazi Focus
Accession no: 
EP BS
Type of material: 
Key National Document
Publication details: 
Mbabane: Swaziland Government
Physical description: 
vii, 25p. :ill.
Keywords: 
NERCHA, Ministry of Health, MoH, World Health Organization, WHO, Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, UNAIDS, Clinton health Access Initiative, CHAI