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Dimitra Newlsetter 8

(FAO Dimitra, 2003)

One of the main topics covered in this newsletter is the World Summit on the Information Society hosted by the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland from 10-12 December 2003. The Summit aimed to shed light on how to deal with the challenges and opportunities presented by the information society. 16 pp.

HIV/AIDS susceptibility and vulnerability pathway: A tool for identifying indicators, role models and innovations

C. Bishop-Sambrook (FAO, 2003)

The HIV/AIDS susceptibility and vulnerability pathway provides a practical tool for identifying indicators which reflect vulnerability at different stages of the HIV/AIDS cycle. It also provides a framework for identifying role models and innovators who are more resistant and resilient to the disease and its effects. 9 pp.

Incorporating HIV/AIDS considerations into food security and livelihood projects

(FAO, 2003)

This guide details how to incorporate HIV/AIDS considerations into food security and livelihood projects with a focus on protecting and promoting nutritional well-being among people living with HIV/AIDS and those affected by the disease.  

HIV/AIDS and agriculture: impacts and responses - Case studies from Namibia, Uganda and Zambia

(FAO, 2003)

This report summarizes the results of the baseline surveys conducted to investigate the relationship between the HIV/AIDS epidemic and rural livelihoods in selected communities of Uganda, Zambia and Namibia. 34 pp.

 

 


 

 

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