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FHI/UNAIDS: Best Practices in HIV/AIDS Prevention Collection

Recognizing the vital role of prevention, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) and Family Health International (FHI) published the FHI/UNAIDS Best Practices in HIV/AIDS Prevention Collection. Encompassing a broad body of knowledge and expertise, this book is centered on HIV/AIDS prevention in the non-industrialized world.

This collection is based on the six years of work performed by FHI's international and local partners in the world's largest single international HIV prevention initiative to date, the AIDS Control and Prevention (AIDSCAP) Project. It offers a substantial number of models that may be replicated around the world. From this group of interventions, 20 initiatives have been chosen that are considered to be of global importance for dissemination through a case study approach.

These case studies will be useful to individuals, communities, municipalities, non-governmental organizations, businesses and governments.

The 20 state-of-the-art "best practices" included in the collection represent some of the most innovative, effective and comprehensive approaches to HIV prevention that have been implemented in non-industrialized countries to date. (2006)

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