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Background on the humanitarian situation
Somalis unite with Horn of Africa partners to address HIV/AIDS
Hargeisa - (Monday 13 November 2006) - "Due to the high level of mobility in the Horn of Africa, important population groups consistently remain outside the reach of national efforts to address HIV/AIDS.
Nairobi, Kenya, 25 September 2003 -- Armed forces play a critical role in fighting HIV/AIDS worldwide. As part of its work on HIV/AIDS and uniformed services, UNAIDS published today the first of a series of case studies on the subject entitled, "Fighting AIDS: HIV/AIDS prevention and care among armed forces and UN peacekeepers in Eritrea". The study highlights the first large-scale response to HIV by a UN peacekeeping mission since the UN Security Council's Resolution 1308 of July 2000 that called on member states to address HIV/AIDS in peacekeeping operations.