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The Resource HIV/AIDS and the security sector in Africa, edited by Obijiofor Aginam and Martin R. Rupiya, (electronic resource)

HIV/AIDS and the security sector in Africa, edited by Obijiofor Aginam and Martin R. Rupiya, (electronic resource)

Label
HIV/AIDS and the security sector in Africa
Title
HIV/AIDS and the security sector in Africa
Statement of responsibility
edited by Obijiofor Aginam and Martin R. Rupiya
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
IEN/DLC
Dewey number
362.196979200967
LC call number
RA643.86.A357
LC item number
H543 2012
NLM call number
  • 2013 I-753
  • WC 503
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1969-
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  • Aginam, Obijiofor
  • Rupiya, Martin Revai
  • United Nations University
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  • HIV Infections
  • Security Measures
  • Military Personnel
  • Health Policy
  • Africa South of the Sahara
Label
HIV/AIDS and the security sector in Africa, edited by Obijiofor Aginam and Martin R. Rupiya, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Ayodele Akenroye
  • HIV and the military: a human rights impact assessment of Nigeria's armed forces HIV/AIDS control policy guidelines
  • Babafemi Odunsi
  • Challenges to the regeneration of the armed forces: HIV/AIDS and its impact on the military life-cycle
  • Gerald Gwinji
  • A civil society perspective on the Umbutfo Swaziland Defence Force policy responses to HIV/AIDS
  • Nathi Gumede
  • HIV/AIDS and peacekeeping in Africa
  • Culture and HIV/AIDS in African peacekeeping operations
  • Gwinyayi Albert Dzinesa
  • Understanding the dynamics of HIV/AIDS and the security sector in Africa: an overview
  • The African Union and the HIV/AIDS crisis: harnessing alternative policy options
  • Olajide O. Akanji
  • The Zambia Defence Force: considerations on peacekeeping and HIV/AIDS
  • Lawson F. Simapuka
  • A disorderly resolution of an organized conflict: the military dimension and the spread of HIV/AIDS in Sierra Leone
  • Olubowale Josiah Opeyemi
  • HIV/AIDS: perspectives on the police and prisons
  • Policing against stigma and discrimination: HIV/AIDS in the Zambia Police Service
  • Charles M. Banda
  • HIV/AIDS in Cameroon: the policy response of the police
  • Obijiofor Aginam, Martin R. Rupiya, Johanna Stratton, and Andrea Ottina
  • Polycarp Ngufor Forkum
  • Policy challenges on HIV/AIDS and prisons: towards a Southern African template
  • Martin R. Rupiya
  • HIV/AIDS among Cameroonian prison staff: response to a deadly challenge
  • Tayou André Lucien
  • HIV/AIDS: gender and other emerging issues
  • HIV/AIDS and women in the Zimbabwe Defence Forces: a gender perspective
  • Getrude P.S. Mutasa
  • Rape and HIV/AIDS as weapons of war: human rights and health issues in post-conflict societies
  • Obijiofor Aginam
  • HIV/AIDS and the military: national and sub-regional perspectives
  • HIV/AIDS and the South African National Defence Force: anecdotal evidence from outside and within
  • Lindy Heinecken
  • Policy, security and outcomes: HIV/AIDS and the Uganda People's Defence Forces
  • Charles Bakahumura
  • The ECOWAS regional framework on HIV/AIDS and the military in West Africa
  • Ayodele Akenroye
  • HIV and the military: a human rights impact assessment of Nigeria's armed forces HIV/AIDS control policy guidelines
  • Babafemi Odunsi
  • Challenges to the regeneration of the armed forces: HIV/AIDS and its impact on the military life-cycle
  • Gerald Gwinji
  • A civil society perspective on the Umbutfo Swaziland Defence Force policy responses to HIV/AIDS
  • Nathi Gumede
  • HIV/AIDS and peacekeeping in Africa
  • Culture and HIV/AIDS in African peacekeeping operations
  • Gwinyayi Albert Dzinesa
  • Understanding the dynamics of HIV/AIDS and the security sector in Africa: an overview
  • The African Union and the HIV/AIDS crisis: harnessing alternative policy options
  • Olajide O. Akanji
  • The Zambia Defence Force: considerations on peacekeeping and HIV/AIDS
  • Lawson F. Simapuka
  • A disorderly resolution of an organized conflict: the military dimension and the spread of HIV/AIDS in Sierra Leone
  • Olubowale Josiah Opeyemi
  • HIV/AIDS: perspectives on the police and prisons
  • Policing against stigma and discrimination: HIV/AIDS in the Zambia Police Service
  • Charles M. Banda
  • HIV/AIDS in Cameroon: the policy response of the police
  • Obijiofor Aginam, Martin R. Rupiya, Johanna Stratton and Andrea Ottina
  • Polycarp Ngufor Forkum
  • Policy challenges on HIV/AIDS and prisons: towards a Southern African template
  • Martin R. Rupiya
  • HIV/AIDS among Cameroonian prison staff: response to a deadly challenge
  • Tayou André Lucien
  • HIV/AIDS: gender and other emerging issues
  • HIV/AIDS and women in the Zimbabwe Defence Forces: a gender perspective
  • Getrude P.S. Mutasa
  • Rape and HIV/AIDS as weapons of war: human rights and health issues in post-conflict societies
  • Obijiofor Aginam
  • HIV/AIDS and the military: national and sub-regional perspectives
  • HIV/AIDS and the South African National Defence Force: anecdotal evidence from outside and within
  • Lindy Heinecken
  • Policy, security and outcomes: HIV/AIDS and the Uganda People's Defence Forces
  • Charles Bakahumura
  • The ECOWAS regional framework on HIV/AIDS and the military in West Africa
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000689955
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9789280812091
Lccn
2011047937
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000689955
Label
HIV/AIDS and the security sector in Africa, edited by Obijiofor Aginam and Martin R. Rupiya, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Ayodele Akenroye
  • HIV and the military: a human rights impact assessment of Nigeria's armed forces HIV/AIDS control policy guidelines
  • Babafemi Odunsi
  • Challenges to the regeneration of the armed forces: HIV/AIDS and its impact on the military life-cycle
  • Gerald Gwinji
  • A civil society perspective on the Umbutfo Swaziland Defence Force policy responses to HIV/AIDS
  • Nathi Gumede
  • HIV/AIDS and peacekeeping in Africa
  • Culture and HIV/AIDS in African peacekeeping operations
  • Gwinyayi Albert Dzinesa
  • Understanding the dynamics of HIV/AIDS and the security sector in Africa: an overview
  • The African Union and the HIV/AIDS crisis: harnessing alternative policy options
  • Olajide O. Akanji
  • The Zambia Defence Force: considerations on peacekeeping and HIV/AIDS
  • Lawson F. Simapuka
  • A disorderly resolution of an organized conflict: the military dimension and the spread of HIV/AIDS in Sierra Leone
  • Olubowale Josiah Opeyemi
  • HIV/AIDS: perspectives on the police and prisons
  • Policing against stigma and discrimination: HIV/AIDS in the Zambia Police Service
  • Charles M. Banda
  • HIV/AIDS in Cameroon: the policy response of the police
  • Obijiofor Aginam, Martin R. Rupiya, Johanna Stratton, and Andrea Ottina
  • Polycarp Ngufor Forkum
  • Policy challenges on HIV/AIDS and prisons: towards a Southern African template
  • Martin R. Rupiya
  • HIV/AIDS among Cameroonian prison staff: response to a deadly challenge
  • Tayou André Lucien
  • HIV/AIDS: gender and other emerging issues
  • HIV/AIDS and women in the Zimbabwe Defence Forces: a gender perspective
  • Getrude P.S. Mutasa
  • Rape and HIV/AIDS as weapons of war: human rights and health issues in post-conflict societies
  • Obijiofor Aginam
  • HIV/AIDS and the military: national and sub-regional perspectives
  • HIV/AIDS and the South African National Defence Force: anecdotal evidence from outside and within
  • Lindy Heinecken
  • Policy, security and outcomes: HIV/AIDS and the Uganda People's Defence Forces
  • Charles Bakahumura
  • The ECOWAS regional framework on HIV/AIDS and the military in West Africa
  • Ayodele Akenroye
  • HIV and the military: a human rights impact assessment of Nigeria's armed forces HIV/AIDS control policy guidelines
  • Babafemi Odunsi
  • Challenges to the regeneration of the armed forces: HIV/AIDS and its impact on the military life-cycle
  • Gerald Gwinji
  • A civil society perspective on the Umbutfo Swaziland Defence Force policy responses to HIV/AIDS
  • Nathi Gumede
  • HIV/AIDS and peacekeeping in Africa
  • Culture and HIV/AIDS in African peacekeeping operations
  • Gwinyayi Albert Dzinesa
  • Understanding the dynamics of HIV/AIDS and the security sector in Africa: an overview
  • The African Union and the HIV/AIDS crisis: harnessing alternative policy options
  • Olajide O. Akanji
  • The Zambia Defence Force: considerations on peacekeeping and HIV/AIDS
  • Lawson F. Simapuka
  • A disorderly resolution of an organized conflict: the military dimension and the spread of HIV/AIDS in Sierra Leone
  • Olubowale Josiah Opeyemi
  • HIV/AIDS: perspectives on the police and prisons
  • Policing against stigma and discrimination: HIV/AIDS in the Zambia Police Service
  • Charles M. Banda
  • HIV/AIDS in Cameroon: the policy response of the police
  • Obijiofor Aginam, Martin R. Rupiya, Johanna Stratton and Andrea Ottina
  • Polycarp Ngufor Forkum
  • Policy challenges on HIV/AIDS and prisons: towards a Southern African template
  • Martin R. Rupiya
  • HIV/AIDS among Cameroonian prison staff: response to a deadly challenge
  • Tayou André Lucien
  • HIV/AIDS: gender and other emerging issues
  • HIV/AIDS and women in the Zimbabwe Defence Forces: a gender perspective
  • Getrude P.S. Mutasa
  • Rape and HIV/AIDS as weapons of war: human rights and health issues in post-conflict societies
  • Obijiofor Aginam
  • HIV/AIDS and the military: national and sub-regional perspectives
  • HIV/AIDS and the South African National Defence Force: anecdotal evidence from outside and within
  • Lindy Heinecken
  • Policy, security and outcomes: HIV/AIDS and the Uganda People's Defence Forces
  • Charles Bakahumura
  • The ECOWAS regional framework on HIV/AIDS and the military in West Africa
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000689955
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9789280812091
Lccn
2011047937
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000689955

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