Sidas publikationer 2002

  • 2002-10-21 Publikation

    Salud y Derechos Sexuales y Reproductivos

    Nuevas perspectivas sobre sexualidad y reproducción, construidas sobre sólidos fundamentos éticos y en derechos humanos, aparecieron en numerosas conferencias de la Organización de las Naciones Unidas (ONU) durante la década del 90. Esta Estrategia de Asdi para promover la Salud y los Derechos Sexuales y Reproductivos en la cooperación para el desarrollo está basada en las recomendaciones emanadas ...

    Departamento de Democracia y Condiciones Sociales División de Salud

  • 2002-10-18 Publikation

    Maternal Health Care. Issue Paper

    The magnitude of the problem Of an estimated world total of 2.8 billion women of all ages, about half are in the reproductive age range (12-49 years). About half of these women are estimated to lack access to modern health care during pregnancy and delivery.

    Staffan Bergström

  • 2002-10-18 Publikation

    Supporting Midwifery. Issue Paper

    This document aims to describe the role of the nurse-midwife in reproductive health care, especially in less developed countries, as a basis for further development of Swedish health care co-operation in the area of reproductive health.

    Jerker Liljestrand

  • 2002-10-18 Publikation


    Abortion is one of the most serious and neglected health problems in the world today. In many developing countries, between 20 and 40 percent of maternal deaths are the result of illegal and/or unsafe abortions. However, the striking disparity in terms of abortion related mortality and morbidity between and within countries indicate that the situation can be changed. Maternal mortality and morbidity ...

    Kajsa Sundström

  • 2002-10-18 Publikation

    Healthcare of the Newborn

    Improved newborn health depends to a considerable extent on the health of the mother before and during pregnancy. Antenatal care with proper home-based maternal cards as well as prenatal care with monitoring of maternal nutrition and foetal growth and well-being are thus of importance for detecting babies at risk for growth retardation and perinatal asphyxia. The most important thing is not monitoring ...

    Ragnar Thunell

  • 2002-10-18 Publikation

    Men, Sexuality and Reproductive Health

    The field of population and family planning has long centred its attention on women in efforts to reduce high fertility rates. In the now more inclusive field of sexual and reproductive health, as articulated in the international conferences in Cairo 1994 and in Beijing 1995, the individual needs, choices and rights feature more centrally. The inclusive of mens reproductive health and rights concerns ...

    Beth Maina-Ahlberg

  • 2002-10-18 Publikation

    Socio-ecenomic Causes and Consequences...

    It is important to integrate HIV/AIDS programmes into an overall strategy to combat the root causes of the transmission of the disease, i.e. poverty, bad health, inequality between classes, individuals, and between men and women ignorance, discrimination and exploitation. It is also imperative to mainstream HIV/AIDS aspects into all economic and social programmes by paying special attention to the ...

    Stefan de Vylder

  • 2002-10-17 Publikation

    Illicit Drugs and Swedish International Development Cooperation

    Human Rights are entitlements that states have agreed to grant all their citizens. They are common to all countries that have ratified them and the countries are mutually responsible to each other for respecting, protecting and fulfilling them. Sweden has the main human rights conventions in common with most countries with which Sweden has development co-operation. As a State Party Sweden has an obligation ...

    Health Division

  • 2002-10-17 Publikation

    HIV/AIDS in the world today - a Summary of Trends and Demographic Implications

    The HIV/AIDS epidemic is now close to two decades old, and will be with us well into the 21st century. In the most affected areas, it has progressed in unforeseen ways, and now advances much more rapidly in Southern Africa than was predicted. This fact is evidence of the difficulties in predicting its future course. It also emphasises the need for continuous assessments of the progress and character ...

    Bertil Egerö , Mikael Hammarskjöld

  • 2002-10-17 Publikation

    Facts & Figures 1999 Health Sector

    Health Division - Sida

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