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Treatment-access-ng is an electronic conference to discuss issues of access to care and treatment in the context of HIV/AIDS in Nigeria.


AF-AIDS is the discussion forum on HIV/AIDS in Africa, managed by the Health and Development Networks on behalf of other partners. (From September 19 2001, AF-AIDS transfers to a new website: http://archives.healthdev.net/af-aids/ )


AFRO-NETS: African Networks for Health Research & Development
African Networks for Health Research and Development (AFRO-NETS) electronic conference to provide for exchange of information between the different networks active in Health Research for Development in the Eastern and Southern African Region.


Durban 2000 Community
Information Service on the XIII International AIDS Conference, Durban, South Africa


E-Drug – Essential Drugs
E-Drug is SATELLIFE’s electronic conference on essential drugs. E-Drug is used by professionals in this field to obtain and discuss current information on essential drugs, including national policies and standard treatment guidelines. Members also use E-Drug to announce and learn of upcoming conferences or courses in this vital field.


Research Trends towards the Prevention of Social Violence
A discussion group to discuss research dealing with the prevention of social violence, exclusion, genocide, suicide, rape, post-traumatic stress disorder, etc..


NET-NIGERIA is a world-wide (internet based) microcosm of Nigerian intellectuals with a shared great concern over the current sorry state of our nation, amidst abundant human and material resources. Its vision is to have a positively transformed Nigeria, holding its rightful place in the league of world giants politically, economically and socially where the basic necessities of life are not only available but also affordable, where the rule of law prevails and the welfare of citizens guaranteed.

Handbook for journalists on HIV/AIDS Awareness
UNESCO’s recently-published handbook, “Media and HIV/AIDS in East and Southern Africa: A Resource Book,” includes practical guidelines and strategies for effective reporting of HIV/AIDS issues. It also describes ways to encourage the use of preventative information about HIV/AIDS in the media, according to a UNESCO release.


Accessing ARVs:Untangling the Web of Price Reductions
The rapidly changing price of antiretroviral (ARV) drugs resulting from numerous discount offers made by the pharmaceutical companies vary in source and nature and are increasingly difficult to follow. In response to these rapid changes and the resulting diverse range of discounts, the Médecins Sans Frontières Campaign for Access to Essential Medicines has produced a document collating information gathered by MSF on company discounts.


UNAIDS: Epidemiological Fact Sheet on HIV/AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Infections for Nigeria
In 1999 and during the first quarter of 2000, UNAIDS and WHO worked closely with national governments and research institutions to recalculate current estimates on people living with HIV/AIDS.

All Nigeria.com
Daily news updates, viewpoints, feature articles and essays on Nigeria, Africa and the world in general from a Nigerian perspective.


AEGIS is the largest HIV/AIDS website in the world. Updated hourly.


Media/Materials Clearing House
Media/Materials Clearing House The Media/Materials Clearinghouse (M/MC) is an international resource for health professionals who seek samples of pamphlets, posters, videos, and many other media/materials designed to promote public health. URL: http://www.jhuccp.org/mmc/


This website, allAfrica.com, is among the Internet’s largest content sites, posting over 500 stories daily in English and French and offering a diversity of multi-lingual streaming programming as well as a 300,000-article searchable archive (which includes the archive of Africa News Service dating from 1997).


Photoshare: Photos for non-profit use
The Media/Materials Clearinghouse (M/MC) photo library contains thousands of photographs related to population, public health, and related issues in developing countries. Photoshare is intended for use by communication specialists, editors, graphic designers, and publishers for non-profit educational purposes.


Videoshare: Videos for public health
Videoshare consists of hundreds of video titles on a broad range of topics including HIV/AIDS, Reproductive Health, Counseling, Training,Communication, Women in Development, Maternal Mortality, and Population Issues.


Health-e online health news service
Health-e is a news agency dedicated to producing news and analysis for the print and electronic media regarding health policy and practice in South Africa.


Plus News
PlusNews is produced under the banner of RHAIN, the Southern African Regional HIV/AIDS Information Network


SAfAIDS is a regional HIV/AIDS information dissemination service based in Zimbabwe established with the aim to promote, inform and support appropriate responses to the epidemic in the fields of HIV prevention, care, support, long-term planning and coping with the impact of AIDS.


Media Channel
MediaChannel.org ( http://www.mediachannel.org ) is the first Web portal dedicated to international media issues, and the premiere Internet source for analysis and information about the media. Driven by content from a network of more than 660 international media organizations and contributors, MediaChannel explores areas such as freedom of expression, citizen access to media, trends in media ownership, media arts and the intersection of media and politics. MediaChannel is a not-for-profit project of OneWorld and The Global Center, and is produced by Globalvision New Media.

US Agency for International Development (USAID)


The Futures Group International


The POLICY Project


World Health Organization


World Health Organization – Nigeria




UNAIDS Intercountry Team for West and Central Africa


YouthActionNet.org is a new website seeking to inspire and nurture present and youth leadership worldwide.


MSF-Campaign on Access to Essential Medicines