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HIV Viral Load Testing in Laos

Paboriboune, Phimpha et al. (13 mai 2013)

The number of people living with HIV/AIDS in the People’s Democratic Republic of Laos (also known as Laos PDR) is estimated at 13,600 and the number of people in need of antiretroviral therapy at 8,000. Today, around 3,200 HIV infected individuals receive treatment in seven centres throughout the ...

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Totally "Online” High School for People at Educational Risk

Agostini, Giancarlo De (15 févr. 2010)

The Iberoamerican Virtual Foundation (http://fuvia.org) is dedicated to providing e-learning solutions to universities and other institutions that may require it. It is develops a pedagogical, methodological and technological online High School model based on WEB2 tools, which could be easily ...

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Social acceptability of large infrastructure projects in Vietnam

Ha-Duong, Minh et al. (15 avr. 2016)

We compare international best practice guidelines on Social Impact Assessment with current practices in Vietnam, based on a desk review of relevant regulations, participative observation, stakeholder interviews and three case studies. We find that infrastructure development is booming in Vietnam ...

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Urban agriculture as a part of a sustainable metropolitan development program: A case study in Mexico City

Torres-Lima, Pablo et al. (20 nov. 2010)

Planning land use processes are indispensable for designing policies and activities in peri-urban areas, above all because of the impact of the conversion of agricultural land for urban purposes and the possibility of reducing poverty and assuring the food supply. In Latin America, there are a ...

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Draped heterogeneity, forced uniformity: when agro-environmental policies drive family development: The U Minh Thượng forest reserve, (Mekong delta, Vietnam)

Saqalli, Mehdi et al. (21 avr. 2011)

The U Minh Thượng natural reserve was created during the 1990s with a surrounding buffer zone where 3,500 households have been settled between 1992 and 1995, each household on a lot of 4 hectares. From a social point of view, the settlers were selected as 'poor people' or war veterans. A social ...

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Le Marché comme conquête sociale, les enjeux du marché dans les stratégies de survie des familles de l’Europe préindustrielle

Fontaine, Laurence (10 juin 2012)

Après avoir souligné que la pauvreté est un risque qui concernait 70 à 80% de la population de l’Europe préindustrielle, l’article met en évidence le rôle du marché dans les stratégies de survie des familles. Il s’attache ensuite à la finance informelle qui fournit les capitaux ...

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Local democratic government and the promotion of rights for children and teenagers: An experience in Argentina

Elissetche, Osvaldo et al. (4 nov. 2014)

This article reflects on the authors’ efforts and experience in projects aiming to develop local democratic government and promote rights in Argentina. It discusses ideas about the main aspects that influence cooperation between the State and civil society organisations (CSOs) when implementing ...

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Facilitating access to healthcare in low-income countries: a contribution to the debate

Audibert, Martine et al. (13 sept. 2012)

Introduction Despite significant improvements over the last two decades, the health of the population of Sub-Saharan Africa remains well below the global average, or even that of low-income Asian countries. One of the main reasons – along with under-funding – for this health deficit in Sub- ...

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Is there a future for Krakovo gardens in Ljubljana?

Vadnal, Katja et al. (20 nov. 2010)

Urban agriculture is more or less marginalized within the theory, as well as within the conceptualization of sustainable development for Slovene towns. The spatial development plan of Ljubljana reflects the situation: permanent and temporary locations for gardens are to be situated all over the town ...

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SHARING CITIES: an innovative partnership between the Bel Group and street vendors

Guesné, Jean-Marc et al. (25 nov. 2014)

Street vendors and street food play a significant role in the informal sector in emerging markets. Street vendors stand as a primary source of supply in terms of food purchase for low-income consumers. However, their work is threatened by the rapid modernization of economies in developing and ...

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