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- International Labour Office 2005; US$ 5.00
Surveys the spread of HIV/AIDS in the period 1992-2002 and its impact on the labour force and the economy. Concludes with policy options, such as the national and international response, and the mobilization of ILOs social partners. more...
- International Labour Office 2004; US$ 5.00
Examines the demographic and socio-economic impact of HIV/AIDS in Ukraine. Addresses the effect of HIV/AIDS on labour supply and demand in key skills and occupations, with a view to identifying current and potential shortages vital for human development and economic growth. more...
- Springer 2007; US$ 239.00
Entry Inhibitors in HIV Therapy presents the current status of this relatively new and highly dynamic class of inhibitors and provides a unique overview of obstacles and considerations for HIV entry inhibition compared to other antiretroviral targets. The introductory chapters of this book present an overview of entry inhibitors, review current knowledge... more...
- Springer 2009; US$ 219.00
This book focuses on some of the new clinical and biological insights related to HIV-associated metabolic and cardiovascular complications in the HAART era. The introduction of highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) has altered cardiovascular manifestations in HIV. On the one hand, HAART has significantly improved the quality of life of HIV-infected... more...
- World Bank Publications 2009; US$ 29.99
HIV/AIDS reverses life expectancy gains, erodes productivity, consumes savings and dilutes growth efforts, threatening the realization of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in Africa.The report is the result of an extensive analytical and consultative process begun in 2006, that engaged more than 1,000 people from over 30 countries and many institutions... more...
- World Bank Publications 2006; US$ 9.99
South Asia's HIV epidemic is highly heterogeneous. As a result, informed, prioritized, and effective responses necessitate an understanding of the epidemic diversity between and within countries. Further spread of HIV in South Asia is preventable. The future size of South Asia's epidemic will depend on an effective two-pronged approach: firstly,... more...
- World Bank Publications 2006; US$ 14.99
HIV is the leading cause of premature death in Thailand. Since the first case of AIDS was reported in 1984 more than one million Thais have been infected. The social, human and economic costs of this burden are enormous. The Thai government has shown a strong commitment to providing care and support to persons living with HIV/AIDS by launching the... more...
- World Bank Publications 2005; US$ 9.99
The HIV/AIDS epidemic has the potential to impede and even reverse development if not addressed early enough. Poverty and income inequality have been shown to facilitate the diffusion of HIV epidemics. While abject poverty in the Middle East and North Africa region remains low, a significant proportion of the population (23.2%) live under $2 per day... more...
- World Bank Publications 2005; US$ 19.99
In recent years, Europe and Central Asia has experienced the worlds fastest growing HIV/AIDS epidemic. Yet, in the Western Balkan countries the HIV prevalence rate is under 0.1 percent, which ranks among the lowest. This may be due to a low level of infection among the populationor partly due to inadequate surveillance systems. All major... more...
- World Bank Publications 2005; US$ 14.99
Although the number of reported cases of HIV in Central Asia is still very low, the growth rate of the epidemic (about 500 cases in 2000 to over 12,000 in 2004) is a cause for serious concern. Central Asia lies along the drug routes from Afghanistan to Russia and Western Europe, and it is estimated that it has half a million drug users, of which more... more...