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Africare: caring for children and families affected by HIV and AIDS

Africare works for the preservation and protection of health, relief of sickness and the advancement of education amongst African children and their families and carers affected by HIV/AIDS; particularly by the provision of culturally sensitive domiciliary child care including other services.

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The Asian Language Project online AIDS information resource

This site provides free, downloadable information on various AIDS and HIV-related topics targeted towards at-risk and affected Asian populations. Site text and links are in English, and many of the documents archived are in native Asian languages.

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Islamic Medicine Centre AIDS: the role of Islamic sexual rules in prevention

Article by Dr. Abdul Wahab Noorwali and Dr. Anwar A. R. El-Awad (Saudi Arabia) 2001.

Link [Last update: 2006-01-13; 11:30]

The impact of Islam and its teachings on preservation of individual and public health

Article by Dr. Ahmed Shawky Al-Fangary (Kuwait) (see the brief section on sexual health).

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Islam and psychological and sexual issues

Wide range of on-line resources and links.

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The Jewish AIDS Trust

The website provides the Jewish community with education, counselling and support in connection with HIV infection and AIDS.

Link [Last update: 2006-01-13; 11:31]


Mainliners is a limited company and a registered national HIV charity working with ex and current injecting drug users, commercial sex workers and others directly affected by these and other issues such as hepatitis. A voluntary organisation and work targets those who are most vulnerable because of their injecting drug use, health, social and economic status. There is a translation of this website in French, Portuguese, Italian and Spanish.

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Positive care link

To protect the health and relieve the sickness of persons, particularly those from East and Central Africa who suffer from HIV or AIDS.
Telephone: 020-7613 7700.

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Blackliners (African, Caribbean and Asian)

Resources for African, Caribbean and Asian people with HIV and AIDS.
Telephone: 020 7738 5274.

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The Naz Project (South Asian, Turkish, Irani and Arab)

HIV and AIDS resources for South Asian, Turkish, Irani and Arab people. Currently no web site. Address, Palingswick House, 241 King Street, London W6 9LP.
Telephone: 020 8741 1879

[Last update: 2006-01-13; 11:33]

Guidebook for Resettlement Agencies Serving Refugees with HIV/AIDS

US resource but useful insights for UK agencies.

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HIV Prevention and African Communities Living in England

The framework is a response to the need for a co-ordinated approach to HIV prevention that involves the statutory sector, the voluntary sector and African community organisations.

Link [Last update: 2006-01-13; 11:32]

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