Women

HIV/AIDS – a challenge to successful implementation.

Posted on September 5, 2007. Filed under: All Entries, Women |

Delport, Elize. “HIV/AIDS – a challenge to successful implementation” In Breathing Life into the African Union Protocol on Women’s Rights in Africa, edited by Roselynn Musa, Faiza Jama Mohammed, Firoze Manji. 86-92.

“The papers in this book are the product of a conference jointly convened in Addis Ababa in September 2005 by the African Union Women, Gender and Development Directorate and Solidarity for African Women’s Rights (SOAWR)…”

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HIV/AIDS in universities – impact on the university, country and reasons for its extensive spread – why are women at higher risk?

Posted on September 5, 2007. Filed under: All Entries, Kenya, Women |

Njima, Reginah W. and Thomas Schlueter. “HIV/AIDS in universities – impact on the university, country and reasons for its extensive spread – why are women at higher risk?” 

In Re-invigorating the university mandate in a globalizing environment : challenges, obstacles and way forward / edited by Ruth Bett.   Nairobi : Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst, DAAD, Regional Office for Africa, 2005. 191-202.

Education Library (Cubberley)  LA1563 .R45 2005

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Standing Ovation for Zethu.

Posted on September 1, 2007. Filed under: All Entries, Popular Magazines, South Africa, Southern Africa, Women |

Pillay, Claudia. “Standing Ovation for Zethu!” Drum (Cape Town, South Africa) no. 765 (17 May 2007): 14-15.

About a 16 year girl, an AIDS orphan, chosen to represent the Ubuntu Education Fund. The Fund provides HIV services and education to orphans in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. Zethu is the head of household for two younger siblings.

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My Full Life – with HIV.

Posted on September 1, 2007. Filed under: All Entries, Popular Magazines, South Africa, Southern Africa, Women |

Sik, Vida Li. “My Full Life – with HIV.” Drum (Cape Town, South Africa) no. 774 (19 July 2007):40-42.  

Article on a woman and two men living with HIV, all in their 30s. All are treatment literacy trainers with the Treatment Action Campaign.

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Jane Kavene. Reaching out to barmaids.

Posted on August 31, 2007. Filed under: All Entries, Kenya, Women |

Kavene, Jane. “Jane Kavene. Reaching out to barmaids.” Interview by Mwaura Muigana. Parents (Nairobi, Kenya), no. 248 (February 2007): 28-29.

While at university, Kavene, saw fellow students becoming HIV-infected. She formed Young Women Campaign Against AIDS, YWCAA in 2001 for girls living with HIV/AIDS or whose lifestyle put them at risk. http://ywcaids.org/

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Sister Emmah Karanja. Tackling HIV/AIDS at community level

Posted on August 31, 2007. Filed under: All Entries, Kenya, Popular Magazines, Religion, Women |

Karanja, Emmah. “Sister Emmah Karanja. Tackling HIV/AIDS at community level” Interview by Mwaura Muigana. Parents, no. 247 (January 2007):30-32.

Sister Karanja is a Catholic nun, also a nurse, who promotes HIV / AIDS awareness, training of community health workers, and providing vocational training for HIV / AIDS orphans. She works in the Thika area. 

Parents is a monthly magazine published by Stellan Consult Ltd. in Nairobi, Kenya.

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Fair’s fair : health inequalities and equity in Tanzania.

Posted on August 30, 2007. Filed under: All Entries, Tanzania, Women |

Smithson, Paul. Fair’s fair : health inequalities and equity in Tanzania.
Dar es Salaam : Women’s Dignity Project and Ifakara Centre for Health Research and Development, 2006. 36 p.

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National Network of Tanzanian Women with HIV/AIDS (NETWO+)

Posted on August 30, 2007. Filed under: Swahili, Tanzania, Women |

National Network of Tanzanian Women with HIV/AIDS (NETWO+). Katiba. Dar es Salaam [2002?]

In Kiswahili. The Swahili name of NETWO+ is Mtandao wa Taifa wa Wanawake wenye virusi vya Ukimwi na Ukimwi Tanzania.

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Socio-cultural dimension of AIDS prevention: the women perspective in the Annang ethnic nationality.

Posted on August 30, 2007. Filed under: All Entries, Nigeria, Women |

Ikorok, Maria Michael. “Socio-cultural dimension of AIDS prevention: the women perspective in the Annang ethnic nationality.” Afe. Journal of Minorities Studies, 5, no. 1 (2003). 82-90.

Dr. Ikorok is a Lecturer, Department Physical & Health Education, University of Uyo.

Afe is published by the Annang Minorities Studies Association, Ikot Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria.

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    This site lists articles not usually found in PubMed or the commonly used indexing sources. It is designed for the 2007 Stanford Sophomore College class, AIDS in Africa, and contains citations to articles in journals, book chapters, and monographs in the Stanford University Libraries.

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