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HIV hot spot mapping along transport routes

 

Some of the highest incidence of HIV has been found along transport corridors, particularly at border crossings where there is a high turnover of truck drivers, migrant workers and commercial sex…

Examples of Public and Private Initiatives, Including Wellness Centers, for Tackling HIV/AIDS

 

HIV/AIDS programs do exist which encompass policy, strategy and service delivery engaging road, rail, and other transport systems, principally directed at prevention. Such activities have been…

Accessing Maternal and Child Health Services in Sri Lanka and Malaysia

 

Access to transport enables women to receive timely obstetric care that is essential for their survival. Transport contributes towards reaching the fifth Millennium Development Goal, to reduce…

Gender Opportunities through Road Sector Activities in Uganda

 

Uganda’s Second Road Sector Support Program was designed with the objective of empowering women by improving their opportunities to participate in and benefit from the roads sub-sector and thus…

Road Safety in Regional Trade Corridors

 

Mainstreaming Road Safety in Regional Trade Road Corridors “These guidelines complement current tools for assessing, addressing and managing road safety interventions at country level.” Dr.…

Safer Road User Behavior: Pillar 4 of the Decade of Action for Road Safety

 

The Decade of Action for Road Safety encourages Governments to commit to the Decade of Action for Road Safety by implementing action plans that address the following five pillars: Better road safety…

Border Crossing Monitoring along the Northern Corridor

 

Border Crossing Monitoring along the Northern Corridor - Working Paper No. 96   April 2013 — Relatively inexpensive actions such as improving coordination among border agencies, introducing pre-…