Women, Youth and HIV/AIDS in Kazakhstan

Publish Year : 2000
Publisher : UN Division for the Advancement of Women, WHO, and UNAIDS for Expert Group Meeting on "The HIV/AIDS Pandemic and its Gender Implications" (13-17 November 2000) Windhoek, Namibia
Author Name : B. Zhusupov
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Description :

This paper examines women and youth in the context of HIV/AIDS in Kazakhstan. Contents include background information on the country and the epidemiological situation with respect to HIV infection. Additionally, topics such as drug use, sexual behavior, prevention policy, and the role of public and private organizations are addressed.


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