儿童权益

    为期两天的儿童艾滋治疗区域社区论坛于2011年4月22-23日在泰国首都曼谷召开。来自9个国家的35名来自社区、医疗部门、非政府组织、联合国组织的代表出席论坛,共同讨论目前工作中所缺失的知识,并为下一步倡导工作制定战略计划。

本次论坛的目标:

  • 了解儿童在面临感染威胁或已感染艾滋病毒的儿童在治疗和关爱服务中的主要关注点:其中包括预防艾滋母婴传播(PMTCT)的关键作用;婴儿早期治疗所面临的挑战;帮助艾滋儿童获得最佳治疗方案以确保其长期存活;
  • 明确在为艾滋儿童做相关倡导工作中艾滋病毒感染者国家网络、区域性社区和相关组织的作用;

  • 针对小儿科艾滋治疗和关爱服务优先考虑社区倡导活动,并制定相关战略计划,其中包括为促进最佳艾滋儿童治疗和关爱方案提供资源。

 *区域治疗工作小组(Regional Treatment Working Group)是TREAT Asia、亚太艾滋病感染者网络(APN+)、国际治疗准备联合会(ITPC)和无国界医生组织(MSF)的合作平台。

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组织: TREAT Asia
         亚太艾滋病感染者网络(APN+)

原文链接: http://www.apnplus.org/main/Index.php?module=news&news=63


Regional Community Forum on HIV Treatment in Children, Bangkok, Thailand.

Forum organizer:  Regional Treatment Working Group*
Forum dates:  22 and 23 April 2011
Location:  Bangkok, Thailand
 
The Forum

A two-day Regional Community Forum on HIV Treatment in Children bringing together key stakeholders from the region (35 participants, 9 countries) providing an opportunity for discussions between community partners, medical providers, non-governmental organizations and UN agencies to identify knowledge gaps and propose advocacy strategies for next steps.
 
 Objectives:
·    Understanding key issues in the care and treatment of children exposed to and infected with HIV, including the critical role of PMTCT, challenges of early infant diagnosis and access to optimal treatment options for ensuring the long-term survival of children living with HIV;
·    Identifying the role of national networks of people living with HIV and of regional community and supporting organizations in advocating for the needs of children living with HIV; and
·    Prioritizing and strategizing community advocacy activities around pediatric HIV treatment and care, including resource needs for promoting optimal treatment and care for children living with HIV.

* Regional Treatment Working Group is a partnership platform of TREAT Asia, Asia Pacific Network of People Living with HIV (APN+), International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC) and Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) - Access Campaign

Organization: TREAT Asia
                       Asia Pacific Network of People Living with HIV (APN+)

Weblink: http://www.apnplus.org/main/Index.php?module=news&news=63
 

    亚太妇女资源和研究中心(ARROW--The Asian-Pacific Resource and Research Centre for Women)和本地合作机构共同致力于积极地、持续地倡导与研究工作,监督本地区各国政府实现在世界人口与发展行动项目(ICPD)大会上的承诺。该指数数据库运用79个国家的指数来跟进各国在实施ICPD会议有关生育健康与权力、性健康与权力、妇女赋权和健康投资等项目的发展情况与趋势。ICPD+14监测项目集合了亚洲地区12个国家22个合作机构共同努力的结果。最后呈现出性、生殖健康与权力指数数据库以供相关利益群体分享与交流。


Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Database of Indicators

   The Asian-Pacific Resource and Research Centre for Women (ARROW) and her partners in the region, have actively and consistently monitored the commitment of governments in the region towards fully implementing the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) Programme of Action. The present Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Database uses a set of 79 cross-country critical indicators, and measures progress and marks trends towards ICPD implementation in the areas of reproductive health, reproductive rights, sexual health, sexual rights, women's empowerment and health financing. The ICPD+15 monitoring project is a collaborative monitoring partnership with 22 partners(women's NGOs and research and academic organizations), across 12 countries in the Asian region.


详情请见:http://www.srhrdatabase.org/


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机构: 亚太妇女资源和研究中心(ARROW--The Asian-Pacific Resource and Research Centre for Women


Thailand's development has progressed considerably mainly due to the spread of capitalism. It has negative impacts on Thai society, especially families, which are the smallest unit in the society. A great number of families are being unavoidably affected, and family members are struggling to make a living in order to survive in society, and to keep pace with the expansion of consumerism which has become more fiercely competitive. Children and young people are increasingly more vulnerable, because their parents do not have tine to look after them or their parents have marriage problems, which eventually lead to divorces. As a result, children do not want to stay home, and decide to run away from home and wander around

It is estimated that Thailand has more than 30,000 homeless children.

 Chiang Mai is Thailand's 2nd largest city, and it is affected by impacts of capitalism as well. The fact that Chiang Mai is promoted as a tourist city has attracted those living in other provinces including homeless children to migrate to Chiang Mai. In addition, indigenous people living on the mountain or along the border are also migrating to Chiang Mai in hope to get a job. Children have been exploited by adults to make money; such as begging for money, selling flower or souvenirs to both Thai and foreign tourists. This can be seen at night on the street.

Volunteers for Children Development Foundation(VCDF), a Chiang Mai-based non-profit organization produced a video presenting the living condition of homeless children in Chiang Mai and the HIV infection among them, in order to raise the awareness of the promotion and protection of homeless children in Thailand.

Watch the video: http://vimeo.com/14732061

Organization: Volunteers for Children Development Foundation(VCDF)



    泰国在资本主义经济发展中取得了巨大的进步,但同时也遭受了很多负面影响,特别是对于很多泰国家庭来说,作为最小的社会单元无可避免地受到影响,激烈的竞争迫使许多人为了生存疲于奔命。由于很多家长缺乏时间或出现婚姻问题,许多儿童离家出走,儿童和年轻人在独自面对社会时显得尤为脆弱。

  据估计,泰国流浪儿童数量超过3万人。

    清迈是泰国第二大城市,作为主要的旅游城市,清迈吸引了包括流浪儿童在内的很多移民。另外,很多居住在泰北山地和泰缅边境地区的少数民族也为了寻找工作机会移居清迈。成年人利用儿童作为赚钱工具,例如逼迫他们上街乞讨、向国内外游客兜售鲜花或纪念品,这在清迈晚上大街小巷都能看到。

    泰国儿童发展基金会(Volunteers for Children Development Foundation)拍摄并制作了纪录片,关注泰国清迈流浪儿童艾滋感染情况,希望借此唤起社会公众对该脆弱群体的关心和关注。

观看视频:http://vimeo.com/14732061


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机构:Volunteers for Children Development FoundationVCDF--泰国儿童发展基金会

     VCDF是致力于儿童现状与发展的泰国非政府组织,该机构也是清迈省儿童保护委员会的关键成员之一。VCDF成立于1997年,成立之初为流浪儿童收容所,与联合国儿童基金会合作,为流浪儿童提供职业技术培训。2001VCDF的项目扩展到泰缅边境美塞。同时,在清迈该机构也与其它合作机构开展流浪儿童调查项目和终止儿童从事色情行业项目。2004年,VCDF制作了泰语版的流浪儿童干预手册;2005年与联合国儿童基金会合作开展流浪儿童艾滋防治项目;2007年开展流浪儿童艺术与手工艺培训项目,2007年底基金会所开办的收容所为超过120名流浪儿童提供服务。

 

网站:http://www.vgcd.org/Index/ENGindex.htm

 

联络方式:

英语联络 : VCDF.Thailand@gmail.com

泰语联络 : vgcd36@yahoo.com

电话:
+011-6681-179-5013 (
英语)

+011-6689-850-6683 (泰语)

 


    FHI是一所致力于健康与发展的全球性国际机构,机构通过开展以科学为基础的项目为全世界脆弱人口带来改变。机构拥有2500名来及健康、发展和管理领域的顶级的医生、科学家和技术专家。
从1971年开始,机构在125个国家与1400个机构合作开展工作,其中包括政府、各种组织机构、私营部门和社区。通过开展科学项目,FHI为成千上万的家庭带来福祉,并帮助合作过发展对抗疾病、贫穷和不公的有效方法。

我们的任务:
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Asia Pacific Regional Consultation on Universal Access
Bangkok, Thailand, 29 March 2011

Call for Political, Financial & Operational Commitments


  30 years into the AIDS epidemic, in the spirit of activism and to honor all those lost to AIDS the participants at the Civil Society Pre-Meeting to the Universal Access Consultation held on 29 March 2011 in Bangkok, Thailand, taking into account the characteristics of the Asia Pacific's concentrated AIDS epidemics and the rights and needs of the Key Affected Populations of people living with HIV, men who have sex with men, sex workers, people who use drugs as well as the crosscutting populations including but not limited young people most at risk for HIV infection, women and girls, mobile and migrant populations, people with disability and prisoners call on the countries of the Asia Pacific to be accountable for by honouring and reinforcing commitments to achieve the Millennium Development Goal target of Universal Access HIV Prevention, Treatment, Care and Support for those who need it as agreed to in the Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS (2001), the Political Declaration on HIV/AIDS (2006) and ESCAP Resolution 66/10. We urge the countries of the Asia Pacific to take strong position on FTA and come up with strategies to address FTA with different sectors and support different communities to understand the issues so that they can mobilize themselves and generate demands.
Furthermore, we urge all governments to:
·    Strive for higher levels of coverage for HIV treatment, care and support which includes treatment for co-infections of Hepatitis C and TB
·    Protect the manufacture, import or export of life-saving generic medicines
·    Provide human rights based effective HIV prevention interventions that are effective, appropriate and based on the needs of the country's epidemic
·    Develop and implement National Strategic Plans built around services that are human rights based ie equitable, accessible, affordable, comprehensive and responsive to the individual needs of people living with HIV, men who have sex with men, sex workers, people who use drugs and the cross-cutting populations including but not limited young people most at risk for HIV infection, women and girls, mobile and migrant populations, people with disability and prisoners taking into account relevant recommendations from the Commission on AIDS in Asia and the Commission on AIDS in the Pacific.
·    Develop and implement innovative financial mechanisms including a better use of $$ and greater allocations to the community organizations for advocacy and prevention efforts.
·    Eliminate the donor restrictions on some of the essential HIV programs, particularly related to sex work and people who use drugs such as the US pledge on sex work
·    Use indicators that are qualitative ie show impact not only quantitative
·    Act in equal partnership with civil society
·    Advocate that the Global Fund, UNAIDS and others measure grant performance not only based on target achievement and financial reports, but also on the quality of programs implemented. This should be reflected in the preamble.
I. PREVENTION: WHAT WILL IT TAKE FOR KAP TO GET TO 0 NEW HIV INFECTIONS?
National Governments, Donors and Key Affected Populations as well as Others from Civil Society must intensify efforts to meet the prevention and health needs people living with HIV, men who have sex with men, sex workers, people who use drugs and the cross-cutting populations including but not limited young people most at risk for HIV infection, women and girls, mobile and migrant populations by addressing the key economic, legal, social, cultural and technical barriers, which impede effective HIV responses, and to enhance the direct participation of these communities in national, regional and global HIV policy and programming.
1. Governments and donors must base their programming and fund allocations on evidence that is most effective and rights based
·    Ensure that HIV testing adheres to internationally accepted standards that include: informed consent, confidentiality, pre and post-test counseling, along with proper referral to treatment, care and support services
·    Eliminate compulsory detention centers
·    Promote and ensure access to harm reduction services
2. Establish a mechanism for partnership & discussion between lawmakers, civil society and governments.
3. Governments must use human rights approach in HIV prevention programs and policies and decriminalize the most effective HIV prevention strategies
4. Governments must support gender and sexual reproductive health and rights
·    Promote acceptance of sexual diversity in HIV programming and services including women and girls
·    Promote and facilitate the better linkages between sexual and reproductive health and HIV programming
·    Provide and ensure access to comprehensive and targeted sexuality education to young people who are in or out of school.
5. Be Accountable: Honour and reinforce the commitments made to achieve the Millennium Development Goal target of Universal Access HIV Prevention, Treatment, Care and Support for those who need it as agreed to in the Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS (2001), the Political Declaration on HIV/AIDS (2006) and ESCAP Resolution 66/10.
II. TREATMENT: WHAT WILL IT TAKE TO GET TO 0 AIDS RELATED DEATHS?
People Before Profits: Access to Health and Medicine Must Be Taken Out of Profiteering Mentality. Medicines must be available, accessible, acceptable, and of good quality to reach ailing populations without discrimination throughout the world.
Treatment is prevention: Treatment access, including increased access to HIV, HCV, TB and STI diagnosis and treatment, remains foremost priority for an effective AIDS response. The paradigm of treatment has changed and treatment is now being recognized as one of the most effective prevention tools. Healthcare providers must make a radical change of taskshifting to communitybased sectors in terms of delivering a comprehensive package of treatment, care and support. Correspondingly, treatment literacy must also be scaled up to reflect this.
Implement WHO Guidelines for treatment and access to care: Advocate for more effective ARV regimens with less side effects such as phrasing out d4T and using tenofovir for first-line regimens in addition to sensitizing the public health sector to assure access to testing, treatment and care for key affected populations, young people most at risk, people living with HIV, and their sexual partners.
1. Sustainable access to effective/ affordable/ quality drugs, diagnostics and services has to be assured, including for co-infections Hepatitis C and TB, etc.
2. Ensure sustainable funding stream for community groups to enable independent, meaningful community-driven processes resulting in;
a) Integration of community organizations and organizations of people living with HIV as key members of teams offering testing, counseling, treatment and care; and other modes of service
b) Development of community-driven frameworks for treatment and care.
3. Treatment Literacy 2.0 (A new kind of treatment literacy is needed, to enable community groups to develop more powerful advocacy skills and strategies as part of the move towards implementation of Treatment 2.0)
a) Increase Access to data and knowledge
b) Influence Policy through advocacy
4. Be Accountable: Honour and reinforce the commitments made to achieve the Millennium Development Goal target of Universal Access HIV Prevention, Treatment, Care and Support for those who need it as agreed to in the Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS (2001), the Political Declaration on HIV/AIDS (2006) and ESCAP Resolution 66/10.
III. LEGAL AND HUMAN RIGHTS: WHAT WILL IT TAKE TO GET TO ZERO HIV RELATED STIGMA AND DISCRIMINATION?
Governments must eliminate HIV-specific restrictions on entry, stay and residence to ensure that people living with HIV are not excluded, detained or deported on the basis of HIV status. National laws must stop discrimination and ensure the rights and needs of people living with HIV, men who have sex with men, sex workers, people who use drugs and the cross-cutting populations including but not limited young people most at risk for HIV infection, women and girls, mobile and migrant populations. Countries must eliminate HIV-related stigma and discrimination and reduce gender inequality as called for in the Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS (2001) and the Political Declaration on HIV/AIDS (2006). When this review is complete there is a need to develop a clear costed way forward to achieve this commitment.
1. In line with international HR norms standards and commitments: Governments must harmonize existing national laws and policies with existing protective laws on education, labour, health etc to ensure UA to HIV prevention, care, treatment and support for KAPs and those most vulnerable people living with HIV, men who have sex with men, sex workers, people who use drugs and the cross-cutting populations including but not limited young people most at risk for HIV infection, women and girls, mobile and migrant populations, people with disability and prisoners.
2. Decriminalization of behaviours: demand the removal of punitive laws that criminalize behaviours, identities, populations and HIV exposure, transmission and the removal of travel restrictions based on HIV status.
3. Protection of rights: protect the individuals rights to privacy, confidentiality, age of consent, access to services and mechanisms for legal assistance, and individuals right to opt out to say yes or no to treatment.
4. Countering Stigma and Discrimination, and Gender based violence: uphold and protect the individual's rights to privacy, confidentiality, consent and access to SRH services and information, and gender equality.
5. Human rights should be mainstreamed into programs, and not as separate initiatives. Specific indicators to measure the promotion of human rights and mechanisms to redress violations of human rights.
6. Empowering community: by ensuring meaningful, active and full engagement in policy and programme development and implementation and monitoring.
7. Be Accountable: Honour and reinforce the commitments made to achieve the Millennium Development Goal target of Universal Access HIV Prevention, Treatment, Care and Support for those who need it as agreed to in the Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS (2001), the Political Declaration on HIV/AIDS (2006) and ESCAP Resolution 66/10.
IV. FINANCE: WHAT WILL IT TAKE TO BUILD AN EFFECTIVE AIDS RESPONSE IN ASIA PACIFIC?
1. Ensure that funding is allocated to where it will have highest impact: Current funding should be refocused to where evidence shows it will have the greatest impact (e.g. effective community programs for young KAPs)
2. Shift focus from capacity building to strengthening community systems. "We have the capacity, we need to share our knowledge".
3. Ensure that national governments commit to funding their fair share of national AIDS responses. External sources are not sustainable.
4. Accountability for all
·    Service provision must be allocative, technically sound and efficient
·    Provide for proper monitoring and evaluation of organizations, programs and services
·    All private sectors should uphold Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
·    Accountability mechanisms for private sector HIV program deliverers should be strengthened and applied
5. Create mechanisms for civil society to participate in national planning processes, including budget.
6. There must be community driven, comprehensive package of services and programs for effective HIV response.
7. Be Accountable: Honour and reinforce the commitments made to achieve the Millennium Development Goal target of Universal Access HIV Prevention, Treatment, Care and Support for those who need it as agreed to in the Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS (2001), the Political Declaration on HIV/AIDS (2006) and ESCAP Resolution 66/10.
  

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Organization: UNAIDS Programme Coordinating Board

方案协调委员会( PCB )是联合国艾滋病规划署的管理机构。它成立于1994年通过的决议联合国经济和社会理事会并在1996年1月开始运作。它由22个有投票权的成员国、10个发起机构和10位非政府组织代表组成(五个地区,每个地区一名代表和一名候补)。

联合国艾滋病规划署是第一个其管理机构中有公民社会的正式代表的联合国项目。联合国艾滋病规划署方案协调委员会( PCB )非政府组织代表团有三重作用,其中之一是客观独立地参加方案协调委员会的工作和决策。
方案协调委员会的职能是

根据《联合国艾滋病规划署方案协调委员会工作方法》中所述,"方案协调委员会( PCB )是所有与联合国艾滋病规划署的政策、战略、财务、监督和评估有关的项目问题的管理机构"。
方案协调委员会拥有以下主要职能:
•根据联大第47/199号决议的条款,为联合国艾滋病规划署确定大政方针和优先事项;
•审核和决定联合国艾滋病规划署的规划和执行情况。为此目的随时了解联合国艾滋病规划署各个方面的进展,考虑执行主任和发起组织委员会(CCO)提交的报告和建议;
•审核和批准由执行主任准备、发起组织委员会审阅的各财政期的行动计划和预算;
•审核执行主任的提案,批准联合国艾滋病规划署的财务安排;
•审核长期行动计划及有关的财政问题;
•审核联合国艾滋病规划署提交的经审计的财务报表
•就如何开展活动----包括主流化活动----支持联合国艾滋病规划署向发起机构提出建议;
•审核评估联合国艾滋病规划署在实现其目标上取得的进展的定期报告。

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联络:

为迎接6月高级别会议,进展情况报告全面介绍了为帮助各国普及艾滋病毒防治服务、实现零艾滋病毒新增病例、防止歧视行为和消除艾滋病所致死亡所需的各种努力。

2011331,内罗毕讯----联合国秘书长潘基文今天发布的一份新报告称,在艾滋病流行30年后,在防治艾滋病方面所进行的投入正在产生效 果。题为"共同普及:努力实现零艾滋病毒新增病例、零歧视行为和零艾滋病所致死亡"的报告强调:全球艾滋病毒新增病例增长率正在降低,治疗覆盖面正在扩 大,全世界在减少艾滋病毒母婴传染方面大有进展。

2001年至2009年,有33个国家,包括22个撒哈拉以南非洲国家的艾滋病毒新增病例增长率下降了至少25%。 截至2010年底,在中低收入国家中有600多万人在接受抗逆转录病毒疗法。2009年,全球防止艾滋病毒母婴传染服务的覆盖面首次超过50%

报告强调指出,尽管近年来取得了一定的成就,但是成绩仍不稳固。每有一个人开始接受抗逆转录病毒疗法,就有两个人成为新的艾滋病毒感染者。每天有 7000人成为新的艾滋病毒感染者,包括1000名儿童。国家基础设施薄弱,资金缺乏,弱势人口受到歧视等因素仍然是防治艾滋病毒、护理和帮扶艾滋病毒患 者的障碍。

秘书长的报告是根据182个国家提供的数据撰写的,提出了五项重要建议,供将于201168日至10日召开的联大艾滋病问题高级别会议审议。
联合国新闻部及艾滋病规划署联合发布

"在此关键时刻,全世界的领导人可以借助这一独特的机会评价在全球防治艾滋病方面的成就和不足,"潘基文秘书长在肯尼亚首都举行的记者吹风会上说。"我们必须做出大胆的决定,借此显著改变艾滋病防治局面,帮助我们逐步实现新一代人免遭艾滋病毒困扰的目标。"

艾滋病已经流行30年,今天我们必须重振艾滋病防治工作,为在今后的岁月里取得成功奠定基础," 与潘基文一起参加报告发布活动的艾滋病规划署执行主任米歇尔·西迪贝说。"在预防艾滋病毒和提供抗逆转录病毒疗法方面成绩显著,但是,我们必须再接再厉, 不让人们感染病毒----现在比以往任何时候都需要进行一场预防艾滋病毒的革命。"

丽贝卡·奥玛·阿维提,一位携带艾滋病毒的母亲、非政府组织肯尼亚妇女对抗艾滋病协会实地协调员,在记者会上讲述了自己的故事。"受普及运动所赐,我的三个子女出生时都没有艾滋病毒,由于接受了治疗,我也得以看着他们长大,"她说。

动员起来,达成效果

联合国秘书长在报告中就如何加强艾滋病毒防治工作提出了五项建议:

  • 让年轻人发挥能量,发起一场预防艾滋病毒的革命;
  • 重整旗鼓,努力在2015年前普及艾滋病毒防治服务和为艾滋病毒患者提供的护理和帮扶服务;
  • 与各国一道,提高艾滋病毒方案的成本效益、效率和可持续性;
  • 促进妇女和女孩的健康、人权和尊严;
  • 确保在艾滋病毒防治方面相互负责,落实各项承诺。

秘书长呼吁所有利益相关者支持报告中所载的建议,通过落实这些建议实现六个全球目标:

  • 联合国新闻部及艾滋病规划署联合发布
  • 将艾滋病毒的性传播减少50%,包括重要人群,例如年轻人、男性同性恋者和性工作者;防止注射毒品所导致的任何艾滋病毒新增病例。
  • 消灭艾滋病毒母婴传播;
  • 将艾滋病毒携带者的结核病死亡率降低50%
  • 确保1300万艾滋病毒感染者得到治疗;
  • 将限制艾滋病毒携带者入境、逗留和居留的国家数目降低50%
  • 确保因艾滋病而成为孤儿和脆弱者的儿童获得平等的教育机会。

由于目前艾滋病毒救助所获得的国际资金自2009年以来首度出现了下降,该报告鼓励各国,包括有能力支付本国艾滋病毒防治费用的中低收入国家优先安排好艾滋病毒方案的资金。报告还强调必须共担责任及问责制的重要性,以确保今后若干年内艾滋病毒防治资源充足。


组织: 联合国艾滋规划署方案协调委员会

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