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13 Jun 2005 description
report United Nations

1. CONTEXT

The strong development gains evident in many countries in southern Africa during the eighties and nineties are rapidly being reversed. The reason for this is largely due to the impact of HIV/AIDS. Indeed, the goals of sustainable development, the Millennium Development Goals, shared by national governments, United Nations, NGOs, civil society, communities and individuals, are under threat. Every effort is needed to help stop and reverse the current downward trend in human development indicators.

18 Sep 2003 description
report United Nations

Executive summary

The scale and severity of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in southern and eastern Africa, interlinked with poverty, chronic and recurrent food insecurity, drought and weakened institutional capacity, mean that all UN agencies must urgently retool and scale-up their support of national and community capacities to enable a multi-sectoral response.

10 Feb 2003 description
report United Nations

Mr James T. Morris
Special Envoy of the Secretary-General for Humanitarian Needs in Southern Africa
and
Mr Stephen Lewis

28 Aug 2002 description
report United Nations

Link with Asian Floods but Unlikely Connected to Floods in Central Europe