戒毒: March 2011的归档

Watch videos of the Asia-Pacific Regional Dialogue, held on 17 February 2011 in Bangkok, Thailand, using the player below. Video segments are broken down as follows:


Part 1 - Welcome and Context
Part 2 - Transgender people
Part 3 - Sex work
Part 4 - Men who have sex with men
Part 5 - Injecting drug users
Part 6 - Laws and practices that mitigate or sustain violence and discrimination lived by Women
Part 7 - Laws and practices that facilitate or impede HIV-related treatment access
Part 8 - Discrimination and legal aid responses
Part 9 - Law and HIV pertaining to children
Part 10 - Wrap-up


 Weblink:http://www.msmgf.org/index.cfm/id/11/aid/3182/lang_id/1

Watch the video:http://vimeo.com/channels/aprdglobalcommission#20590948

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【视频】 亚太区域对话

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亚太区域对话

2011217

泰国曼谷


该视频包括以下几个环节:
1.
致欢迎词以及会议内容介绍
2
.变性者群体
3.
性工作
4.
男男性行为群体(MSM
5.
毒品注射成瘾者
6.
减少或使暴力维持的法律与实践,以及妇女所面临的歧视
7.
促进或阻碍相关艾滋治疗途径的法律与实践
8.
法律援助对歧视的回应
9.
与儿童相关的法律和艾滋病毒情况
10.
总结

原文链接:http://www.msmgf.org/index.cfm/id/11/aid/3182/lang_id/1

在线视屏观看:http://vimeo.com/channels/aprdglobalcommission#20590948


Asia Report翻译

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组织:

IRIN

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Meeting Report


HIV/AIDS and Drug Use:

Building Research Collaboration in Asia

 

Meeting supported by the

National Institute on Drug Abuse

Fogarty International Center

In partnership with the Hanoi Medical University

November 15-18, 2010

Hanoi, Vietnam

 

The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) and the Fogarty International Center (FIC) share a common interest in enhancing research development in HIV prevention, treatment, and care in   Asia. From November 15 to November 18, 2010, these two organizations, in partnership with the   Hanoi Medical University, brought together participants from across the region to address challenges to implementing research. The conference, HIV/AIDS and Drug Use: Building Research Collaboration in Asia, held in Hanoi, Vietnam, identified the need for increased collaboration among researchers, clinical practitioners, and multiple stakeholders (both government and donor agencies).

In Asia, an estimated 4 million drug users are HIV positive, which is among the highest HIV infection rates in the world. Injection drug use remains the primary driver of the HIV epidemic in the region. However, both long-term and more recent changes in patterns of drug use and HIV transmission, tied to new forms of regional economic development and migration, highlight the rapidly shifting dynamics of the twin epidemics of drug use and HIV throughout Asia. The connectedness of the regional epidemic reveals as well the shared challenges faced by national responses and the needs and opportunities for a coordinated multinational strategy for improved prevention and treatment programs for drug users.

The conference drew researchers, program representatives, and policymakers from across Asia to set priorities for future research, to address challenges to implementing research and research findings in programmatic activities, and to identify opportunities for cross-national collaboration.

Conference objectives were to:

Ÿ           Enhance research development in the region through networking among researchers with common interests in prevention, treatment, and care from eight Asian countries (Vietnam, China, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Burma, Malaysia, and Indonesia) in collaboration with U.S. researchers.

Ÿ           Link current research and program implementation and evaluation results from the Asian region with programmatic activities, including those supported by the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), Global Fund, and others, in individual countries.

Ÿ           Provide information on current and former research activities in the region, as well as on U.S. National Institutes of Health and other Federal government opportunities for research, research training, and program implementation and evaluation.



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会议报告


越南国家药物滥用研究中心

Fogarty国际基金会

河内医学院

 

20101115-18

越南河内

 

    据估计,亚洲大约有四百万毒品成瘾者携带艾滋病毒,该比率居世界之首。毒品注射仍是本地区艾滋感染的罪魁祸首。然而,区域新型经济发展方式的出现、移民流动所产生的长期以及近期的药物滥用方式的转变以及艾滋病毒传染,引发了全亚洲毒品滥用和艾滋传播趋向的转变。目前区域艾滋传染现状以及各国所面临的巨大挑战反应了对多国联合战略计划的需求,区域战略将改善毒品成瘾者预防和治疗病毒的状况。


Asia Report编译


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