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Save the Children Fund: HIV and AIDS information sheet

'The incidence of HIV/AIDS in the general population (including children) is likely to increase during or after conflict. Rape is commonly employed as a 'weapon of war'; soldiers known to be HIV-positive sometimes commit rape with the deliberate intention of passing on the infection'. The informative article looks at caring for children with HIV and AIDS.

Link [Last update: 2006-01-13; 12:38]

UNICEF: Children's health issues (to be ordered)

UNICEF have an excellent range of publications concerning a wide range of issues relating to children's health, including HIV and AIDS, and children's rights, the books need to be ordered. Listings available.

Link [Last update: 2006-01-13; 12:39]

AVERT: Health promotion for HIV and AIDS

This site has sexual health promotion material for young people: covers many issues including first time relationships, gay and lesbian issues and puberty (English).

Link [Last update: 2006-01-13; 12:39]

The national study of HIV in pregnancy and childhood

This is a confidential national study (UK and Republic of Ireland) reporting scheme for pregnancies in HIV-infected women, babies born to HIV-infected women, children with HIV infection and AIDS.

Link [Last update: 2006-01-13; 12:40]

HIV/AIDS and armed conflict

An informative report by UNICEF on children and HIV in countries involved in armed conflict.

Link [Last update: 2005-09-28; 09:59]

Children Affected by AIDS Foundation

A US site that also contains general and relevant information for UK.

Link [Last update: 2006-01-13; 12:44]

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