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Dimitra Newsletter 11

(FAO Dimitra, 2005)

This newlsetter includes a summary report of the presentations and discussions that took place during the FAO Dimitra workshop: Rural women, dynamisation of networks and the fight against HIV/AIDS in rural areas (13-17 June 2005). Participants came from Africa, the Near East, the Caribbean and the Pacific to exchange experiences on how to effectively address HIV/AIDS in their countries. 20 pp.

Agricultural workers and their contribution to sustainable agriculture and rural development

P. Hurst, P. Termine and M. Karl (FAO/ ILO/ IUF, 2005)

This report examines the vulnerabilities of waged agricultural workers, who are at the core of food production. It promotes the importance of recognizing these workers through policy. 44 pp.

Livestock production and HIV/AIDS in East and Southern Africa

M. R. Goe (FAO, 2005)

This background study paper is based on a review of the literature about the current level of understanding of the linkages that exist between livestock production and HIV/AIDS in countries in East and Southern Africa. 41 pp.

Toward multi-sectoral responses to HIV/AIDS: Implications for Education for Rural People (ERP)

(FAO, 2005)

The objective of this paper is to describe the impact of HIV/AIDS in the context of Education for Rural People (ERP) and also to identify policy constraints and opportunities for multi-sectoral responses to mitigate impacts of HIV/AIDS. 7 pp.

 

 

 

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