Country: Vietnam

Effect of Maize Culture on Malaria Transmission

A potential link between maize culture and malaria transmission derives from a series of experimental observations and a published study of field data. Current trends in maize food production in sub-Saharan Africa suggest that people living and working near smallholder…

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Vietnam AIDS Policy and Planning Project

This project involves working with the Vietnam AIDS Policy and Planning Project. The Principal Investigator will serve as a faculty member of the Vietnam AIDS Policy and Planning project, participate in Vietnam AIDS Policy and Planning Project faculty meetings, teach…

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Gender-Based Violence and HIV/AIDS (India)

In recent years, there has been increasing recognition of the link between HIV and Gender-Based Violence (GBV) and, more broadly, the common vulnerability aspects and effects on people’s lives. In 2004, the Program on International Health and Human Rights (PIHHR)…

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The Role of Non-Governmental Health Care: A Study of its Scope and Potential With a Focus on Policies to Promote its Contribution to Improved Health

Non-government providers are increasingly the dominant source of personal health care of public health significance, including acute care for many important communicable diseases like tuberculosis, malaria, HIV/AIDS, diarrheas, and respiratory infections. Non-governmental providers are also often the main source of…

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