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AIDS Epidemic Update 2004 UNAIDS, December 1, 2004. Includes regional data as of end 2004. Available in English, Spanish, French, and Russian.
Introduction of Routine HIV Testing in Prenatal Care—Botswana, 2004 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, MMWR 2004;53(46):1083-1086.
Hated to Death: Homophobia, Violence, and Jamaica’s HIV/AIDS Epidemic Human Rights Watch, November 2004.
HIV and Infant Feeding: Guidance from the UK Chief Medical Officers’ Expert Advisory Group on AIDS Expert Advisory Group on AIDS, U.K. Department of Health, September 2004. [PDF, 411K]
Antiretroviral Therapy in Primary Health Care: Experience of the Chiradzulu Programme in Malawi–Case Study Médecins Sans Frontières Malawi, July 2004. [PDF, 156K]
Basic HIV/ARV Training Course for Ethiopian Nurses: Participant Handbook MaryAnn Vitiello, Debbie Winters, Pat Daoust. International Training and Education Center on HIV, July 2004. [PDF, 4MB]
The Impact of HIV AIDS on Land Rights: Case Studies from Kenya Michael Aliber, Cherryl Walker, Mumbi Machera, Paul Kamau, Charles Omondi, Karuti Kanyinga. Integrated Rural and Regional Development Research Programme, Human Sciences Research Council, Food and Agriculture Organisation, 2004.
Prevention of HIV Infection Among Migrant Population Groups in Northeast Brazil Ligia Regina Sansigolo Kerr-Pontes, Fernando González, Carl Kendall, Elda Maria Área Leão, Fábio Rocha Távora, Iusta Caminha, Alexandre Medeiros do Carmo, Marcela Moura França, Melícia Holanda Aguiar. Cad. Saúde Pública, January/February 2004.
STI/HIV/AIDS Prevention Posters Family Health International Senegal, n.d. [PDF, 2.8MB] Contains 22 French-language posters with STI/HIV/AIDS prevention messages aimed at youth, women, mobile populations, people living with HIV, sex workers, men, and the general population.
Community-Based Care in the Developing World: Related Resources HIV InSite’s collection of material on international community-based care programs. See also Care of HIV Infection in the Developing World and Antiretroviral Treatment Monitoring in Developing Countries.