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Saving Lives Saving Money: Private Sector Response To HIV-AIDS In Arab States

The report emphasizes the need for greater involvement of private sector in AIDS response. Even though it is undeniable that certain private entities could provide a crucial support to the mobilization of financial resources, this point of view is only one part of the story and does not fully more

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The Doha Declaration 10 years On And Its Impact On Access To Medicines And The Right To Health

The adoption of the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS Agreement) within the framework of the World Trade Organization (WTO) dramatically altered the international landscape on intellectual property, particularly as it relates to access to medicines. One of more

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UNDP Annual Report 2009

The report outlines steps taken in 2008 to assist countries in developing their capacities to respond to citizens’ needs and reports on concrete actions undertaken by UNDP to deliver on commitments made.  The demand from developing countries for capacity development support, especially in the more

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UNDP Annual Report 2008

In early 2007, the world economy was still in its third year of exceptionally rapid growth, progress which has had a positive impact on poverty reduction in general.  By mid-2007, however, it was clear that developing countries would have to respond to a great deal of uncertainty in the global more

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UNDP in Action 2010

This report takes stock of achievements made in 2009/2010 and provides momentum for meeting future demands.  In 2009, in many of the countries where it operates, UNDP continued to experience a high demand for development support in its areas of specialization particularly covering poverty more

OUR WORK - HIV/AIDS

UNDP’s support in the regional-level fight against this epidemic is led by the HIV/AIDS Regional Programme in the Arab States (HARPAS). Launched to heighten awareness and build commitment to scale up prevention measures to the spread of HIV/AIDS in the region, HARPAS works with a broad range of partners including religious leaders, NGOs, parliamentarians, the media, the private sector, and people living with HIV/AIDS.

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