Affiliation: United Nations Children's Fund
- Young people: the centre of the HIV epidemicRoeland Monasch
United Nations Children s Fund, 6 Fairbridge Avenue, Belgravia, Harare, Zimbabwe
World Health Organ Tech Rep Ser 938:15-41; discussion 317-41. 2006..It assesses whether young people have access to the information, skills and services required to reduce their vulnerability and whether there has been any reduction in HIV prevalence among 15--24-year-olds...
- Orphanhood and childcare patterns in sub-Saharan Africa: an analysis of national surveys from 40 countriesRoeland Monasch
United Nations Children s Fund, New York, NY 10017, USA
AIDS 18:S55-65. 2004..Assess the impact of AIDS on prevalence of orphanhood and care patterns...
- Child coverage with mosquito nets and malaria treatment from population-based surveys in african countries: a baseline for monitoring progress in roll back malariaRoeland Monasch
Division of Policy and Planning, United Nations Children s Fund, United Nations, New York, New York 10017, USA
Am J Trop Med Hyg 71:232-8. 2004..At the outset of intensified malaria control under Roll Back Malaria, coverage with principal interventions was far below the target of 60% set for Africa in 2005...
- Poorer health and nutritional outcomes in orphans and vulnerable young children not explained by greater exposure to extreme poverty in ZimbabweHelen Watts
Department of Infectious Disease Eidemiology, Imperial College London, St Mary s Campus, UK
Trop Med Int Health 12:584-93. 2007....
- Impact of orphanhood on underweight prevalence in sub-Saharan AfricaJonathan Rivers
Department of International Health and Development, Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Food Nutr Bull 29:32-42. 2008..Although evidence indicates that orphans risk losing opportunities for adequate education, health care, and future employment, the immediate effects of orphanhood on child nutritional status remain poorly understood...
- HIV-associated orphanhood and children's psychosocial distress: theoretical framework tested with data from ZimbabweConstance A Nyamukapa
Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology, Imperial College London, Norfolk Place, London, England, UK
Am J Public Health 98:133-41. 2008..We measured the psychosocial effect of orphanhood in a sub-Saharan African population and evaluated a new framework for understanding the causes and consequences of psychosocial distress among orphans and other vulnerable children...