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Addressing HIV/AIDS in East Asia and the Pacific (Bahasa (Indonésio))

Asia, with almost half the world's population, could determine the future of the global HIV/AIDS pandemic. If prevalence rates in China, Indonesia, and India increase to numbers similar to those seen in Thailand and Cambodia, the rate of HIV/AIDS would double globally. Such growth would be devastating for individuals-and for the region's health systems, economies, and social fabric. HIV/AIDS is thus a multisectoral development challenge and, consequently, a corporate priority for the World Bank. This booklet outlines a strategic direction for the World Bank in its response to HIV/AIDS in the East Asian and Pacific region. It describes the risk of a large-scale HIV/AIDS epidemic in the region. It also spells out options for responding to the HIV/AIDS epidemic - and what government, civil society, and other partners are doing. And it identifies how the Bank can assist at the country and regional levels.




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