Pakistan's National AIDS Control Program (NACP) on Tuesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with U.N. Women aimed at strengthening coordination on gender and HIV/AIDS, the News International reports. Amir Maqbool, acting program manager of NACP, and Alice Shackelford, U.N. Women's director in Pakistan, signed the MoU. "The MoU aims to formalise the ongoing cooperative relationship between NACP and U.N. Women in order to expedite the HIV response from a gender perspective, and to facilitate technical assistance, cooperation, consultation, and effective communication between NACP and U.N. Women" (4/27).
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Comment by: Muhammad Zeeshan Afzal
(Better Education For All (befa) Pakistan)
Thu., May. 5, 2011 at 11:02 am UTC
we are working for better education for all in pakistan in all kind of operation ,such a healthy community and clean environemnt in pakistan. Our project of aids control awereness programme provide education to control Aids in pakistan .
Muhammad Zeeshan Afzal
Better Education For all(befa) pakistan
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