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ACCESS TO ESSENTIAL MEDICINES FOR HIV/AIDS PATI...
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Pharmaceutical innovations in the developed world have led to the production of medicines which could significantly reduce the incidences and prevalence of diseases such as AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis, and alleviate the sufferings of the infected. However, people suffering these diseases can hardly access these drugs owing primarily to their exorbitant prices. This book, which recognises global efforts at promoting access to essential medicines via the Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights [TRIPs] of 1995 and the 2003 amendment to its article 31, argues that the access to drugs mechanisms of western countries which possess the capacity to produce drugs are onerous to utilise in manufacturing generic drugs. In view of the foregoing, a scheme, modeled on and targeted at harnessing the benefits of the Regional Trade Agreement [RTA] system, which will enable economically disadvantaged countries to easily purchase much needed essential drugs, is designed and analysed in this book.

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ACCESS TO ESSENTIAL MEDICINES FOR HIV/AIDS PATI...
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Pharmaceutical innovations in the developed world have led to the production of medicines which could significantly reduce the incidences and prevalence of diseases such as AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis, and alleviate the sufferings of the infected. However, people suffering these diseases can hardly access these drugs owing primarily to their exorbitant prices. This book, which recognises global efforts at promoting access to essential medicines via the Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights [TRIPs] of 1995 and the 2003 amendment to its article 31, argues that the access to drugs mechanisms of western countries which possess the capacity to produce drugs are onerous to utilise in manufacturing generic drugs. In view of the foregoing, a scheme, modeled on and targeted at harnessing the benefits of the Regional Trade Agreement [RTA] system, which will enable economically disadvantaged countries to easily purchase much needed essential drugs, is designed and analysed in this book.

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Social Capital, Access to Water and People Livi...
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The importance of social capital in community development cannot be underplayed. Social capital amongst other things acts as a safety net for vulnerable groups when it comes to the access of resources which are poorly distributed. Water is one such resource. Much of the suffering due to inadequate access to water and sanitation is borne by the poor, those who live in degraded environments, and overwhelmingly by women, girls and other vulnerable groups. One of the most affected vulnerable groups is the People Living with HIV/AIDS. This is because water is a vital component in the proper provision of home based care and the management and reduction of opportunistic infections. This book therefore seeks to bring to the fore the opportunities presented by social capital for the society in general and vulnerable groups that may be marginalized for one reason or another. This book will be instrumental for academics, community development practitioners and particularly those working with vulnerable groups and in the field of Natural Resource Management.

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OMONDI, LILLIAN: Social Capital, Access to Wate...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 12/2010, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Social Capital, Access to Water and People Living with HIV/AIDS, Titelzusatz: Experiences from Ahero Irrigation Scheme, Nyando District in Western Kenya, Autor: OMONDI, LILLIAN, Verlag: LAP Lambert Acad. Publ., Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Soziologie, Seiten: 100, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 165 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Social Capital, Access to Water and People Livi...
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The importance of social capital in community development cannot be underplayed. Social capital amongst other things acts as a safety net for vulnerable groups when it comes to the access of resources which are poorly distributed. Water is one such resource. Much of the suffering due to inadequate access to water and sanitation is borne by the poor, those who live in degraded environments, and overwhelmingly by women, girls and other vulnerable groups. One of the most affected vulnerable groups is the People Living with HIV/AIDS. This is because water is a vital component in the proper provision of home based care and the management and reduction of opportunistic infections. This book therefore seeks to bring to the fore the opportunities presented by social capital for the society in general and vulnerable groups that may be marginalized for one reason or another. This book will be instrumental for academics, community development practitioners and particularly those working with vulnerable groups and in the field of Natural Resource Management.

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The Politics and History of AIDS Treatment in B...
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Brazil's public policy response to the AIDS epidemic preceded those of many developing countries. During my tenure as President, in 1996, Brazil adopted a law guaranteeing free and universal access to AIDS treatment for all people living with HIV/AIDS. Brazil became the first developing country to provide publicly-financed AIDS treatment for all people living with HIV/AIDS. We now have one of the world's most successful AIDS programs that is considered a model for other dev- oping countries. Today, 185,000 people receive life-saving AIDS cocktails in Brazil, and thousands of lives have been saved. But this was not an easy battle. There were many challenges along the way. Twenty years ago, Brazil's achie- ments today might have seemed impossible. During the 1980s, in Brazil, as elsewhere, there was overwhelming stigma associated with AIDS, people living with HIV often lost their jobs and died quickly before the advent of life-saving antiretroviral drugs. Brazil's AIDS movement was extraordinarily important in promoting progressive AIDS policies, associations of people living with HIV were the first to denounce pervasive AIDS-related discri- nation and called public attention to the importance of AIDS. Activists protested in the streets for over a decade, engaged the media, and framed AIDS as a human rights issue.

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The Politics and History of AIDS Treatment in B...
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Brazil's public policy response to the AIDS epidemic preceded those of many developing countries. During my tenure as President, in 1996, Brazil adopted a law guaranteeing free and universal access to AIDS treatment for all people living with HIV/AIDS. Brazil became the first developing country to provide publicly-financed AIDS treatment for all people living with HIV/AIDS. We now have one of the world's most successful AIDS programs that is considered a model for other dev- oping countries. Today, 185,000 people receive life-saving AIDS cocktails in Brazil, and thousands of lives have been saved. But this was not an easy battle. There were many challenges along the way. Twenty years ago, Brazil's achie- ments today might have seemed impossible. During the 1980s, in Brazil, as elsewhere, there was overwhelming stigma associated with AIDS, people living with HIV often lost their jobs and died quickly before the advent of life-saving antiretroviral drugs. Brazil's AIDS movement was extraordinarily important in promoting progressive AIDS policies, associations of people living with HIV were the first to denounce pervasive AIDS-related discri- nation and called public attention to the importance of AIDS. Activists protested in the streets for over a decade, engaged the media, and framed AIDS as a human rights issue.

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The Politics and History of AIDS Treatment in B...
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Brazil's public policy response to the AIDS epidemic preceded those of many developing countries. During my tenure as President, in 1996, Brazil adopted a law guaranteeing free and universal access to AIDS treatment for all people living with HIV/AIDS. Brazil became the first developing country to provide publicly-financed AIDS treatment for all people living with HIV/AIDS. We now have one of the world's most successful AIDS programs that is considered a model for other dev- oping countries. Today, 185,000 people receive life-saving AIDS cocktails in Brazil, and thousands of lives have been saved. But this was not an easy battle. There were many challenges along the way. Twenty years ago, Brazil's achie- ments today might have seemed impossible. During the 1980s, in Brazil, as elsewhere, there was overwhelming stigma associated with AIDS, people living with HIV often lost their jobs and died quickly before the advent of life-saving antiretroviral drugs. Brazil's AIDS movement was extraordinarily important in promoting progressive AIDS policies, associations of people living with HIV were the first to denounce pervasive AIDS-related discri- nation and called public attention to the importance of AIDS. Activists protested in the streets for over a decade, engaged the media, and framed AIDS as a human rights issue.

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The Politics and History of AIDS Treatment in B...
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Brazil's public policy response to the AIDS epidemic preceded those of many developing countries. During my tenure as President, in 1996, Brazil adopted a law guaranteeing free and universal access to AIDS treatment for all people living with HIV/AIDS. Brazil became the first developing country to provide publicly-financed AIDS treatment for all people living with HIV/AIDS. We now have one of the world's most successful AIDS programs that is considered a model for other dev- oping countries. Today, 185,000 people receive life-saving AIDS cocktails in Brazil, and thousands of lives have been saved. But this was not an easy battle. There were many challenges along the way. Twenty years ago, Brazil's achie- ments today might have seemed impossible. During the 1980s, in Brazil, as elsewhere, there was overwhelming stigma associated with AIDS, people living with HIV often lost their jobs and died quickly before the advent of life-saving antiretroviral drugs. Brazil's AIDS movement was extraordinarily important in promoting progressive AIDS policies, associations of people living with HIV were the first to denounce pervasive AIDS-related discri- nation and called public attention to the importance of AIDS. Activists protested in the streets for over a decade, engaged the media, and framed AIDS as a human rights issue.

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