Linkages between SRH and HIV/AIDS. Jane Cottingham World Health Organization Women and HIV/AIDS in CEE: bringing different communities together to advance common goals Warsaw, Poland, 11-12 November 2005. Some imperatives (1). ICPD + 5, 1999:
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World Health Organization
Women and HIV/AIDS in CEE: bringing different communities together to advance common goals
Warsaw, Poland, 11-12 November 2005
ICPD + 5, 1999:
Key actions for the further implementation of the Programme of Action of the ICPD. United Nations, New York, 1999, paragraphs 5757(a), 62(b), 63(iii) and 68.
UN Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS, 2001
United Nations General Assembly Twenty-Sixth Special Session. Document A/RES/S-26/2, adopted 27 June 2001, paragraphs 7, 60, 63.
Millennium Development Goals (2001)
United Nations, Department of Public Information, 2005.
Commission on Population and Development, 2005
United Nations, CPD Resolution on Population, development and HIV/AIDS with particular emphasis on poverty. E/CN.9/2005/L.4. 2005, paragraph 25.
Forced sex may directly increase women’s risk for HIV
HIV testing & disclosure of serostatus may increase women’s risk for violence
Primary prevention of HIV through SRH programmes:
Positive prevention and treatment
Additionally, HIV services could provide:
Some of the human rights relevant to SRH and HIV: