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HIV/Aids in Southeastern Europe: Case Studies from Bulgaria, Croatia, and Romania (World Bank Working Paper) ebook

by Dominic Haazen,Olusoji Adeyi,Thomas E. Novotny


Novotny, Thomas; Haazen, Dominic; Adeyi, Olusoji. World Bank Working Paper;No. 4. Washington, DC: World Bank.

Novotny, Thomas; Haazen, Dominic; Adeyi, Olusoji. HIV/AIDS in Southeastern Europe : Case Studies from Bulgaria, Croatia, and Romania. This item appears in the following Collection(s). World Bank Working Papers. Users also downloaded.

World Bank Working Papers present the results of economic, financial, or. .These books tend to be short, ranging typically between 64 and 128 pages in length.

These books tend to be short, ranging typically between 64 and 128 pages in length. This series was superseded by the World Bank Studies series in 2011 HIV/AIDS in Southeastern Europe : Case Studies from Bulgaria, Croatia, and Romania. Novotny, Thomas; Haazen, Dominic; Adeyi, Olusoji (2003-05).

Registered: Abstract. In June 2002, the countries of Southeastern Europe (SEE) recommitted themselves to scale up action on the prevention and treatment of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS).

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Book DescriptionA World Bank Working Paper. 4 The Countries of Southeastern Europe (Bulgaria, Croatia, and Romania) have re-committed themselves to scale up action on the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS in the sub-region.

4 The Countries of Southeastern Europe (Bulgaria, Croatia, and Romania) have re-committed themselves to scale up action on the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS in the .

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Find nearly any book by Olusoji Adeyi . Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. by Olusoji Adeyi, Thomas Novotny, Enis Baris, Sarbani Chakraborty, Ross Pavis. ISBN 9780821355800 (978-0-8213-5580-0) Softcover, World Bank Publications, 2003.

HIV/AIDS in Southeastern Europe : Case Studies from Bulgaria, Croatia, and Romania. Washington : World Bank Publications, 2003. HIV/AIDS in Europe : moving from death sentence to chronic disease management. Saved in: Bibliographic Details. Main Author: Novotny, Thomas E. Other Authors: Haazen, Dominic. Subjects: AIDS (Disease) Bulgaria. AIDS (Disease) Croatia. AIDS (Disease) Romania. HIV/AIDS Treatment and Prevention in India : Modeling the Costs and Consequence. HIV/AIDS in South Africa. by: Karim, S. S. Abdool.

HIV/AIDS in Southeastern Europe: Case studies from Bulgaria, Croatia and Romania. HIV/AIDS interventions in low prevalence countries: A case study of Albania. Washington, DC: World Bank Working Paper No. oogle Scholar. Polacsek, . Celantano, D. O’Campo, . & Santelli, J. (1999). Correlates of condom use stage of change: Implications for interventions. International Social Science Journal, 57, 639–648. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Saewyc, E. Magee, L. & Pettingell, S. E. (2004).

HIV/Aids in Southeastern Europe: Case Studies from Bulgaria, Croatia, and Romania (World Bank Working Paper) ebook
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Dominic Haazen,Olusoji Adeyi,Thomas E. Novotny
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