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Author: Joana Godinho,Jaap Veen,James Cercone,Jose Pacheco,Masoud Dara
ISBN: 0821362763
ISBN13: 978-0821362761
Language: English
Publisher: World Bank Publications (July 11, 2005)
Pages: 216
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Godinho, Joana; Veen, Jaap; Dara, Masoud; Cercone, James; Pacheco, José. This item appears in the following Collection(s). World Bank Working Papers.

Godinho, Joana; Veen, Jaap; Dara, Masoud; Cercone, James; Pacheco, José. Stopping Tuberculosis in Central Asia : Priorities for Action. World Bank Working Paper No. 56. Washington, DC: World Bank. Users also downloaded. Europe and Central Asia Economic Update, Spring 2019 : Financial Inclusion. World Bank (2019-04-05).

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World Bank Working Papers. Reversing the Tide: Priorities for HIV/AIDS Prevention in Central Asia. Although the number of reported cases of HIV in Central Asia is still very low, the growth rate of the epidemic (about 500 cases in 2000 to over 12,000 in 2004) is a cause for serious concern. Central Asia lies along the drug routes from Afghanistan to Russia and Western Europe, and it is estimated that it has half a million drug users, of which more than half inject drugs.

Joana Godinho & Jaap Veen & Masoud Dara & James Cercone & José Pacheco, 2005. Reversing the Tide: Priorities for HIV/AIDS Prevention in Central Asia," World Bank Publications, The World Bank, number 7354

Joana Godinho & Jaap Veen & Masoud Dara & James Cercone & José Pacheco, 2005. Stopping Tuberculosis in Central Asia : Priorities for Action," World Bank Publications, The World Bank, number 7256. Handle: RePEc:wbk:wbpubs:7256. Reversing the Tide: Priorities for HIV/AIDS Prevention in Central Asia," World Bank Publications, The World Bank, number 7354. Full references (including those not matched with items on IDEAS).

Tuberculosis is still a significant health and economic problem in Central Asia, despite . HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis in Central Asia : Country Profiles.

Tuberculosis is still a significant health and economic problem in Central Asia, despite some recent progress that may be due to improvements of the overall economic situation in these countries, and partial adoption of the DOTS Strategy recommended by WHO. Over 50,000 new cases have been detected . .Full description Series: World Bank Working Paper, No. Subjects: Tuberculosis Asia, Central.

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World Health Organization WHO. James Cercone. Tuberculosis is still a significant health and economic problem in Central Asia, despite some recent progress that may be due to improvements of the overall economic situation in these countries, and partial adoption of the DOTS Strategy recommended by WHO.

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The World Health Organization's (WHO) Stop TB Strategy is designed to address the global TB epidemic fuelled by the . Int J Tuberc Lung Dis 1999: 869–877. 2 Godinho J, Veen J, Dara M, Cercone J, Pacheco J (2005). Stopping Tuberculosis in Central Asia.

The World Health Organization's (WHO) Stop TB Strategy is designed to address the global TB epidemic fuelled by the emergence of HIV. One of the key components of this Strategy is to engage all care providers in response to the epidemic. Businesses have great potential to contribute to TB care and control at and beyond workplaces. Priorities for Action, Working Paper n. 6. Washington, DC. The International Bank for. Reconstruction and Development/ The World Bank.

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Tuberculosis is still a significant health and economic problem in Central Asia, despite some recent progress that may be due to improvements of the overall economic situation in these countries, and partial adoption of the DOTS Strategy recommended by WHO. Over 50,000 new cases have been detected in 2003 and over 7,000 people died due to TB in the four countries studied. This study has confirmed that it is highly unlikely that these Central Asian republics will succeed in achieving the global targets for tuberculosis control in the short term, particularly with regard to case detection. In the meantime, the epidemic continues to have a serious epidemiological impact and affects the economies of these countries, which incur productivity losses and indirect costs that are estimated to range from 0.5 to 0.8 percent of GDP annually.'Stopping Tuberculosis in Central Asia' reviews the epidemiological situation, control efforts, and financing of tuberculosis programs in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan. It was based on a review of existing statistics and reports, and on consultation with key stakeholders―Governments, NGOs, and donors in Central Asia. This work contributes an agenda for action to address the impending epidemiological crisis that has been posed by the sudden increase in cases of HIV/AIDS infection combined with a prevalent epidemic of TB.
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