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1 11/10/2009 Africa should protect children from AI LATEST NEWS TWO KOREAS IN BRIEF NAVAL C Quotes, New s, Pictures & Video Login Top News Reuters top ten news stories delivered to your inbox each day. Subscribe You are here: HOME BUSINESS & FINANCE NEWS U.S. Politics International Technology Ente rtainm e nt Sports Lifestyle Oddly Enough Health Science Special Coverage Video Pictures Your View The Great Debate Blogs Weather Reader Feedback Do More With Reuters RSS Widgets Mobile Podcasts New sletters Your View Home > New s > Health > Article Africa should protect children from AIDS: Machel Thu Oct 22, :46pm EDT Print Share Reprints Single Page [-] Text [+] MORE NEWS FACTBOX: Key findings of United Nations AIDS report Wednesday, 30 Sep :05am EDT Machel said Thursday. By Peroshni Govender JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - African leaders should be more serious about protecting the continent's children from AIDS and it is time for them to change state spending priorities, Nelson Mandela's wife Graca "No matter how small our budgets, we must do something. We will not get there (HIV reduction) with African leaders who don't get moved by people dying," she said during her launch of the Campaign to End Paediatric HIV/AIDS (CEPA). Sub-Saharan Africa is home to 60 percent of people living with HIV/AIDS and 1.8 million of the 2 million children globally infected, a reality Machel said should jolt African leaders into action. "I am not really convinced that some of the budgets we have for defense are absolutely necessary," Machel, an advocate for women and children's rights, told Reuters. "There is a need to re-direct resources from defense. For me the priorities are health, education, water supply, agriculture." CEPA seeks to work with African governments and community-based organizations to ease bottlenecks in the provision of mother-to-childtransmission drugs which will can prevent the spread of HIV to newborns. By 2012, it aims to reach at least 80 percent of children at risk, more than double the number who currently have access to treatment. "It is time to say, 'let us re-engineer our budgets, lets use the little resources we have much more wisely'," Machel said. (Editing by Jon Hemming) Thomson Reuters 2009 All rights reserved SHARE: Del.icio.us Digg Mixx Yahoo! Facebook LinkedIn EDITOR'S CHOICE Slideshow MOST POPULAR ON REUTERS Articles Video 1. Student expelled after row over short dress 2. U.S. says can give Iran time to okay nuclear deal A selection of our best photos from the past 24 hours. Slideshow 3. The fight over the future of food 4. Scientists say curry compound kills cancer cells 5. Two Koreas in brief naval clash, vessels hit Video 6. Fort Hood suspect contacted Islamist: sources 7. Obama warns strains unless U.S., China balance growth 8. Nokia CEO says starts delivery of top model N Man provides photo for his own wanted poster 10. EU says U.S. comment on Oracle, Sun deal "unusual" Partner Services CareerBuilder Affiliate Netw ork ALSO ON REUTERS Most Popular Articles RSS Feed Professional Products Support (Customer Zone) Reuters Media Video Financial Products About Thomson Reuters Full Coverage: The Route to Recovery Commentary: The future of computing is in the clouds Video: Strong w inds for China pow er IPO Sponsored Links MORE HEALTH NEWS Antibiotic overuse threatens modern medicine: experts Healthcare bill faces tough path in Senate Video Lack of health care worsens women's life quality: WHO Plavix works in men and women, with differences Women who 'let go' may have better luck with IVF More Health News... reuters.com/ /idustre59l50m /2

2 11/10/2009 African states urged to curb child AIDS Graca Machel, wife of former South African President Nelson Mandela, speaks during a press conference where she announced the launch of a Campaign to end Pediatric HIV/AIDS (CEPA) in Johannesburg. Photograph by: Stephane de Sakutin, AFP/Getty Images JOHANNESBURG -- African leaders were urged Thursday to increase efforts to end HIV infections among children and women, in the world's worst affected continent. Speaking at the launch of the Campaign to End Pediatric HIV-AIDS, activist Graca Machel said that only two countries in Africa spent a target of 15 percent of their budgets on health. "You tell me next time we meet how much is being spent in wars and defence...but how much is being spent in health, how much is being spent in agriculture to produce food for our kids," Machel told delegates. Sub-saharan Africa is home to 1.8 million of the world's two million children infected with the virus that causes AIDS. Mother-to-child prevention and treatment coverage currently averages 30 to 40 percent against a target of 80 percent. "We need the international community to commit, to meet their obligations, but we have to show commitment ourselves no matter how small our budgets might be," said Machel, who is married to South Africa's Nelson Mandela and a member of the group of senior statespeople known as The Elders. "We will not get there when African leaders do not get moved, they do not get moved by the hundreds of thousands of people who are dying on this continent when we know that this can be prevented," she said. Copyright (c) AFP this Article Print this Article Share this Article canada.com/health/ /story.html 3/11

3 11/12/2009 :: Agência de Notícias da Aids :: NOTÍCIAS ARTIGOS EVENTOS EVENTOS AMÉRICA LATINA ONGS BIBLIOTECA DICIONÁRIO FIQUE POR DENTRO: QUEM É QUEM/ SERVIÇOS FALE CONOSCO CADASTRE-SE PARA RECEBER NOTÍCIAS E INFORMAÇÕES APOIO. :: NOTÍCIAS :: ESPOSA DE NELSON MANDELA DIZ QUE LÍDERES AFRICANOS DEVEM PROTEGER CRIANÇAS DA AIDS 23/10/ h20 Graça Machel, esposa do antigo chefe de estado sul africano, Nelson Mandela, disse nesta quinta-feira, 22, em Johanesburgo, África do Sul, que os líderes africanos devem se empenhar mais em proteger as crianças da aids. A informação é do site Abril.com. Leia na íntegra a notiícia a seguir. Mulher de Mandela diz que África deve proteger crianças da Aids Persoshni Govender JOHANESBURGO (Reuters) - A esposa de Nelson Mandela, Graça Machel, disse na quinta-feira que os líderes africanos deveriam se empenhar mais em proteger crianças da Aids, e que é hora de mudar as prioridades dos gastos públicos. "Não importa quão pequeno seja o nosso orçamento, precisamos fazer alguma coisa. Não chegaremos lá (à redução do HIV) com líderes africanos que não ficam sensibilizados com pessoas morrendo", disse ela durante o lançamento da Campanha pelo Fim do HIV/Aids Pediátrico (Cepa, na sigla em inglês). Cerca de 60 por cento dos portadores do vírus da Aids vivem na África Subsaariana, e nessa região estão também 90 por cento das duas milhões de crianças contaminadas no planeta, uma realidade que Graça Machel disse que deveria impulsionar os líderes africanos a agirem. "Não estou realmente convencida de que alguns dos orçamentos que temos para a defesa sejam absolutamente necessários", disse à Reuters a ex-primeira-dama sul-africana, militante dos direitos das mulheres e das crianças. "Há uma necessidade de redirecionar recursos da defesa. Para :: ARTIGO :: EM NOME DO PAI Por Beto Volpe Muito se faz neste mundo em nome do Pai. Em nome d'ele são atirados aviões sobre vidas, são explodidas mulheres em meio a multidões, são executados homossexuais e outras pessoas que pensam ou agem de forma diferente das Escrituras. Em nome d'ele o destino de 33 milhões de pessoas foi alterado, sendo que outros tantos o tiveram selado, pois não se pode usar contraceptivos. As relações entre o Ministério da Saúde e a Igreja Católica nunca foram prósperas quando o assunto é AIDS e azedam quando se fala em preservativos. Porém, finalmente veremos um trabalho em conjunto entre a Igreja e o Estado no sentido de deter uma epidemia e de melhorar a qualidade de vida dos cidadãos. A recém lançada Campanha de Incentivo ao Diagnóstico Precoce de HIV e Sífilis joga uma Luz nessa relação tão conturbada e um reforço importante para duas frentes de batalha na área da Saúde. agenciaaids.com.br/noticias-resultado. 1/2

4 11/12/2009 :: Agência de Notícias da Aids :: mim, as prioridades são saúde, educação, fornecimento de água e agricultura", acrescentou. A Cepa busca trabalhar com governos e organizações comunitárias da África para atenuar os gargalos no fornecimento de medicamentos que impeçam a chamada transmissão vertical da Aids (de mãe para filho). Seu objetivo é que até 2012 esses medicamentos atendam pelo menos 80 por cento das crianças sob risco, mais do que duplicando o número das que atualmente têm acesso a esse tratamento. "É hora de dizer: 'Façamos uma reengenharia dos nossos orçamentos, usemos os poucos recursos que temos de forma mais sábia'", disse Graça, que ficou viúva em 1986 do primeiro presidente de Moçambique, Samora Machel, e em 1998 se casou com o então presidente sul-africano, Nelson Mandela. Fonte: Abril.com Claro que não se pode esquecer uma série histórica de verdadeiras atrocidades cometidas pela Igreja Católica. Que, em nome do Pai, as inquisições européias torturaram e vitimaram milhões de pessoas ao redor do mundo. Em nome do Pai foram massacrados nativos latino-americanos, tanto física quanto culturalmente. Em nome do Pai foi provocada a diáspora africana, tendo seus povos e culturas dolorosamente pulverizados pelo mundo. Em nome do Pai, a igreja católica manteve-se neutra durante a Segunda Guerra Mundial, o episódio mais sangrento da história da humanidade. Em nome do Pai até hoje homossexuais e mulheres são tolhidos em seus direitos individuais. >>Comente esta notícia<< Beto Volpe, pessoa com a qual o HIV vive há 20 anos preside o Grupo Hipupiara em São Vicente/SP e é membro da Rede Nacional de Pessoas Vivendo com HIV. Contatos: 2005(c) Agência de Notícias da Aids - Todos direitos reservados agenciaaids.com.br/noticias-resultado. 2/2

5 11/10/2009 timeslive Print this page (#) Aids: the terrible challenge facing Africa's children Oct 24, :28 PM By Another View: We are facing the potential human, social, and economic devastation of Africa's future generations, says Graça Machel SPECTRE OF AIDS: Preventing and treating HIV/Aids in children in Africa requires strong leadership at all levels of society Picture: SIPHIWE SIBEKO/REUTERS Photograph by: Photograph by: " In SA, an estimated 40% of HIV-positive children who need treatment are not able to get access to it " Jacob Zuma All children are vulnerable, no matter the continent or country or community into which they are born. But African children face an additional and terrible challenge that most children in the world will never know: the threat of HIV and Aids. On the continent we are facing the potential human, social, and economic devastation of Africa's future generations as a consequence of the impact of HIV and Aids on our children. Of the estimated two million children in the world who are living with an HIV infection, 1.8 million are in sub-saharan Africa. The numbers of infected children in the six countries where the Campaign to End Paediatric Aids (Cepa) is being launched are staggering: In Zambia, at least children are living with HIV; timeslive.co.za/ /article ece?s 1/3

6 11/10/2009 timeslive In Mozambique: at least ; In Uganda: at least ; In Tanzania: at least In Kenya: at least In Nigeria: at least ; and Here in South Africa: at least I have said "at least" because these numbers are from 2007, the most recent year for which there are official World Health Organisation estimates. You know that the numbers are in fact worse now, at the end of We must focus our efforts on ensuring that life-saving medications reach all children who need them. We must also ensure that our health systems are strong and fully resourced, with the capacity to provide care and treatment to all who need them. We are all too painfully aware of the shortcomings and failures we face today: Our friends here today from Mozambique know that in 2008, some children under the age of 15 died as a result of HIV-related disease; Our friends from Zambia know that the waiting time for an infant's HIV test result to come back from the lab can be anywhere from eight to 16 weeks; and Here in South Africa, we know that an estimated 40% of HIV-positive children who need treatment still are not able to get access to it. Our friends from Nigeria, Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Zimbabwe and Ivory Coast have equally sad stories to tell. These numbers are tragic, but they are all the more tragic because we know that the world, collectively, has the means necessary to end the epidemic of paediatric HIV and Aids. Children are dying needlessly in Africa. We know this, and it causes us all great sadness. With more than 25 years of experience in combating HIV and Aids, civil society organisations all across Africa know that dispensing pills and providing care will not by themselves end the epidemic. Civil society must join with funders, governments and paediatric practitioners to encourage leadership at all levels of society. Leadership is key to breaking the terrible cycle of this disease in Africa. We must hold our governments accountable to the promises they made to children. They must put systems in place to implement these promises. They must create good public policies and do all in their power to end paediatric HIV and Aids on our continent. We must engage the private sector to work with civil society to achieve common goals. We must capitalise on existing global initiatives such as the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisations; the Global Fund to Fight Aids, Tuberculosis, and Malaria; Pepfar (the US President's Emergency Plan for Aids Relief); the Task force on innovative international financing for health systems; the Global Campaign for Health Millennium Development Goals; and United Nations agencies, including WHO, Unaids, and Unicef, and Unitaid, among many others. These initiatives are working to strengthen health systems and to reduce maternal and child mortality in Africa. We must encourage them to continue doing so, and to align themselves with the Campaign to End Paediatric HIV/Aids, timeslive.co.za/ /article ece?s 2/3

7 11/10/2009 timeslive Cepa. But we must do more than this. We must monitor the allocation of global resources; for example, how much money coming into the region is earmarked for treatment and how much is specifically earmarked for paediatric treatment; We must ask how much of that money actually gets to the ground; We must monitor national health budgets to see how much money is earmarked for children; We must monitor national health targets and hold our governments to their promises; and We must train more paediatric practitioners, nurses and social workers to provide care specifically for children with HIV and Aids. A focus on children has been an important part of my life's work. As a mother, as a teacher, and as someone who has been involved in the struggle for human rights, I have always kept the wellbeing of children everywhere close to my heart. I believe Cepa will achieve its goals, and that we will one day see the end of paediatric HIV and Aids in Africa - indeed, throughout the world. I am happy to be counted among those in Africa and elsewhere who are standing up to help end paediatric HIV and Aids. I look forward to learning of your successes, reading about your victories, and - one day - celebrating with you the end of paediatric HIV and Aids, for we all believe that day will come, and it will come due to your hard work on behalf of Africa's children. This is an edited version of a speech Machel gave at this week's launch of the Campaign to End Paediatric HIV/Aids, where she was appointed chairman of the Cepa leadership council timeslive.co.za/ /article ece?s 3/3

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9 11/13/2009 Campaign To End Pediatric HIV/AIDS Kaiser Daily Global Health Policy Report Campaign To End Pediatric HIV/AIDS Launched In Africa Friday, October 23, 2009 At the launch of the Campaign to End Pediatric HIV/AIDS (CEPA) on Thursday, advocate Graca Machel urged African leaders to redirect state spending to prevent and treat HIV infections among women and children, Agence France-Presse reports. An estimated "1.8 million of the world's two million [HIV-positive] children" live in Subsaharan Africa, where "[m]other-to-child prevention and treatment coverage currently averages 30 to 40 percent against a target of 80 percent," the news service writes (10/22). "No matter how small our budgets, we must do something. We will not get there (HIV reduction) with African leaders who don't get moved by people dying,"' Machel said, Reuters reports. CEPA will work with African governments to help ensure pregnant women living with HIV have access to antiretrovirals (ARVs) to help prevent the transmission of the virus to newborns (Govender, 10/22). The program also aims to improve HIV-positive childrens' access to care and ARVs, Inter Press Service reports. "CEPA is a three-year campaign that will initially focus on six countries: Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, Zambia and Nigeria. Of these six countries, Kenya has the highest number of HIV-positive children, 155,000," the news service writes. The article includes details about how Nigeria's decision to offer free ARVs increased the number of HIV-positive pregnant women on the drugs (Kalideen, 10/22). According to a CEPA press release, the campaign seeks to overcome implementation and policy "bottlenecks," which "include inadequate health care worker training, and insufficient transportation systems for health care commodities; policy bottlenecks include lack of long term predictable financing, and the lack of clear national policies and targets for scaling up access to pediatric HIV/AIDS services" (10/22). The Kaiser Daily Global Health Policy Report is published by the Kaiser Family Foundation Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. All rights reserved. kff.org/ /GH Peds-AIDS.aspx 1/1

10 11/10/2009 Campaign to End Pediatric HIV/AIDS L Hiring Freelance Writers Today's Articles sign in Find more in suite politics & society categories related articles duduza dolls comfort sick children aids epidemic update january 2008 circumcision culture and aids in africa successful hiv/aids treatment and care in haiti aids w ork in africa not focused on actual cause theories on the origin of hiv more articles in aids/hiv in africa reference campaign to end pediatric hiv/aids global aids alliance pediatric hiv/aids aids prevention aids epidemic related blog posts aboriginal aids epidemic pediatric aids prevention la symphony & w orld vision w itches, hiv and aids autism and melatonin Home» Politics & Society» AIDS/HIV» Aids/HIV in Africa» Campaign to End Pediatric HIV/AIDS Launched Campaign to End Pediatric HIV/AIDS Launched Will Boost AIDS Prevention and Treatment in Six African Nations Cathy Sunshine Oct 27, 2009 Activists are calling for stepped-up efforts to treat women and children with HIV and AIDS. Success depends on mobilizing financial resources and political will. Around the world, 2.1 million children under the age of 15 are living with HIV/AIDS. An estimated 1.8 million of them are in sub- Saharan Africa, the region hardest hit by the pandemic. But only one in seven children who need treatment with life-saving antiretroviral drugs receive it. Mortality among HIV-infected children is extremely high. And only about a third of pregnant women with HIV are treated to prevent them from passing the virus to their infants. Global AIDS Alliance Urges Action Ads by Google Confidential HIV Testing Local, Convenient Testing Centers Fast Turn-Around - We're Open Now! w w w.rapidscreenings.com Pediatric Care Choose the right Pediatrician. Give Us A Call Today! w w w.pediatricare.com African Children You can help. Make a difference at ChildFund International. Visit now. HIV Protein Drink High Protein for People with HIV 15gr Whey Protein - Easy to Drink IsopurePlus.com/AIDS-Diet Holiday Gifts End Hunger E-Gift Cards Help End Poverty Give a Gift for a Better World w w w.hopeequity.org Help End HIV 42 million are affected globally. Help Scripps Research find a cure. In Johannesburg, South Africa, on Oct. 22, 2009, the Global AIDS Alliance launched a three-year Campaign to End Pediatric HIV/AIDS. The campaign, known as CEPA, will focus initially on six countries: Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zambia. It will later expand to other countries and regions of the world. CEPA will provide resources to civil society organizations to ramp up advocacy in the six focus countries, pressing national governments for increased attention to pediatric HIV/AIDS. The campaign will also push for greater resources and response from international agencies and wealthy nations. At the CEPA launch, activist Graça Machel warned of the potential human, social, and economic devastation of Africa s future generations as a consequence of HIV/AIDS among African children. Machel, who is married to Nelson Mandela, called on African leaders to do all in their power to end pediatric AIDS on the continent. Ads by Google Volunteer Against AIDS About Andrew Sievright Volunteer Abroad, 1-12 Weeks. Help the Community Learn more about Andrew Sievright At Heroes of the Abroad Today. Nation Website w w w.crossculturalsolutions.org Two-Pronged Strategy Combating HIV/AIDS in children requires action to: prevent parent-to-child transmission, in which a mother with HIV passes the virus to her infant during suite101.com/ /campaign_to_end_ 1/3

11 11/10/2009 Campaign to End Pediatric HIV/AIDS L pregnancy, labor and delivery, or breastfeeding; and diagnose and treat HIV-infected children at a young age. Both approaches have been shown to work. Since 2003, the rate of annual AIDS deaths among children has begun to fall because of scaled-up prevention and treatment. Even so, only 30 to 40 percent of women and children who need HIV services have access to them. CEPA seeks to raise that level to 80 percent. The barriers include a lack of financing and lack of clear national policies and targets. Preventing Parent-to-Child Transmission More than 90 percent of children with HIV acquired the virus from their mothers (many of whom, in turn, were infected by their husbands). Without intervention, up to 45 percent of infants born to HIV-positive mothers will become infected. There were 370,000 new pediatric HIV infections in 2007 alone, according to the World Health Organization and UNAIDS. Treating HIV-positive pregnant women with antiretroviral drugs and counseling them on the feeding of their newborns can sharply reduce mother-to-child transmission of the virus. There has been progress in expanding coverage, but two-thirds of infected pregnant women are still not being reached. Their children are born under a virtual death sentence. Without antiretroviral treatment, one-third of HIVinfected children die by the age of one year, and half by age two. And many who do survive become orphans when their mothers die of AIDS. Treating AIDS in Children Mortality levels among infants born to infected mothers can be reduced by up to 75 percent when babies are tested within six weeks of birth and treated within the first 12 weeks. But in 2007, only 10 percent of children born to HIV-positive women were tested before they were two months old. According to UNAIDS, children are much less likely than adults to receive antiretroviral medicines. HIV is more difficult to diagnose in children, although pediatric diagnostic tools have recently become available. Available antiretroviral drugs were initially developed for adults, and most standard fixed-dose combinations are not suited for children. But these problems can be overcome. AIDS in Africa Sub-Saharan Africa accounted for 72 percent of worldwide AIDS deaths in Eastern and Southern Africa, the worst hit, are home to 1.3 million HIV-infected children. Three of the CEPA countries, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, have already made some progress in scaling up pediatric HIV/AIDS services. In Uganda and Tanzania about a third of infected pregnant women were being treated in 2007, and in Kenya more than two-thirds were. The other three countries, Nigeria, Zambia, and Mozambique, have lagged. Nigeria, Africa s most populous nation, has the third-largest number of HIV-infected people in the world. Approximately 200,000 pregnant women in Nigeria were living with HIV in 2007, but only about 7 percent of them were receiving antiretroviral therapy. South Africa has more HIV-positive people than any other country, including an estimated 220,000 infected pregnant women. But South Africa has greater internal resources than most African countries. The government has made progress in the last few years in expanding prevention and treatment, with 57 percent of HIV-infected pregnant women receiving antiretrovirals in Sources Global AIDS Alliance, Campaign to End Pediatric Aids Launched in Six African Countries, press release, October 22, 2009 UNAIDS, 2008 Report on the Global AIDS Epidemic UNICEF, UNAIDS, and WHO, Towards Universal Access: Scaling Up Priority HIV/AIDS Interventions in the Health Sector: Progress Report 2008 UNICEF, WHO, UNAIDS, and UNFPA, Children and AIDS: Third Stocktaking Report, 2008 The copyright of the article Campaign to End Pediatric HIV/AIDS Launched in Aids/HIV in Africa is owned by suite101.com/ /campaign_to_end_ 2/3

12 11/10/2009 Campaign To End Pediatric HIV/AIDS November 10, 2009 Health News Home Health Health News w sabout About Us Us Health Health Topics TopicsCountry Country Links Links Site Sitemap Map Diseases... Country... Search Contact Us Feedback Source of News Kaiser Daily HIV Reports: The Kaiser Daily HIV/AIDS Report is published for kaisernetw ork.org ), a free service of the Kaiser Family Foundation IRIN: Integrated Regional Information Netw orks (IRIN), part of the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA). UNWIRE: UN Wire is a free service sponsored by the United Nations Foundation and its sister organization, the Better World Fund Campaign To End Pediatric HIV/AIDS Launched In Africa - Friday, October 23, 2009 At the launch of the Campaign to End Pediatric HIV/AIDS (CEPA) on Thursday, advocate Graca Machel urged African leaders to redirect state spending to prevent and treat HIV infections among women and children, Agence France-Presse reports. An estimated "1.8 million of the world's two million [HIV-positive] children" live in Sub-saharan Africa, where "[m]other-to-child prevention and treatment coverage currently averages 30 to 40 percent against a target of 80 percent," the news service writes (10/22). "No matter how small our budgets, we must do something. We will not get there (HIV reduction) with African leaders who don't get moved by people dying,"' Machel said, Reuters reports. CEPA will work with African governments to help ensure pregnant women living with HIV have access to antiretrovirals (ARVs) to help prevent the transmission of the virus to newborns (Govender, 10/22). The program also aims to improve HIV-positive childrens' access to care and ARVs, Inter Press Service reports. "CEPA is a three-year campaign that will initially focus on six countries: Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, Zambia and Nigeria. Of these six countries, Kenya has the highest number of HIVpositive children, 155,000," the news service writes. The article includes details about how Nigeria's decision to offer free ARVs increased the number of HIV-positive pregnant women on the drugs (Kalideen, 10/22). According to a CEPA press release, the campaign seeks to overcome implementation and policy "bottlenecks," which "include inadequate health care worker training, and insufficient transportation systems for health care commodities; policy bottlenecks include lack of long term predictable financing, and the lack of clear national policies and targets for scaling up access to pediatric HIV/AIDS services" (10/22). Reprinted with permission from kaisernetwork.org. You can view the entire Kaiser Daily HIV/AIDS Report atkaisernetwork.org - daily reports Medlog A bitter sweet peace. The Real Thing This Time? A different spin on an inconvenient truth. XVI International AIDS Conference - Another year a A triumph for common sense in the fight against malaria. Other News Sources Afrol.com: A new African news portal with stories about health Africa Online Health: Health new s stories about 1/3

13 11/10/2009 Campaign to End Pediatric HIV/AIDS L Home» Resources and Information» Africa Focus» Campaign to End Paediatric HIV/AIDS (CEPA) Campaign to End Pediatric HIV/AIDS Launched. 25/10/09 Posted Sun, 25/10/ :09 AIDSPortal We are facing a potential human and economic devastation of the African continent s future generations, says Mrs. Graça Machel. Johannesburg, South Africa At a press conference held today in Johannesburg, South Africa, Mrs. Graça Machel announced the launch of the Campaign to End Pediatric HIV/AIDS(CEPA). The campaign will mobilize the political will and financial resources needed to overcome bottlenecks to scaling up pediatric HIV diagnosis, treatment, and care programs, initially in six sub-saharan African nations. On the continent we are facing a potential human, social, and economic devastation of Africa s future generations as a consequence of the impact of HIV and AIDS on our children, said Mrs. Machel, who will chair the campaign s pan-african Leadership Council. We must hold our governments accountable to the promises they made to children; they must put systems in place to implement these promises; they must create good public policies and do all in their power to end pediatric HIV and AIDS on our continent, she said. The campaign s ultimate goal is to overcome implementation and policy bottlenecks to increasing coverage rates for prevention of mother-to-child transmission and pediatric treatment services from the current average of 30 to 40 percent to the globally agreedupon target of 80 percent. Implementation bottlenecks include inadequate health care worker training, and insufficient transportation systems for health care commodities; policy bottlenecks include lack of long-term predictable financing, and the lack of clear national policies and targets for scaling up access to pediatric HIV/AIDS services. CEPA will operate initially in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Nigeria, Zambia, and Mozambique, and over time will be expanded to include other countries and regions of the world. Our strategy is to engage countries at two different stages of scaling up pediatric and family HIV/AIDS services: tipping point countries where scale-up of pediatric HIV/AIDS services is well under way (Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania) and transition countries that are earlier in the process of scaling up pediatric HIV/AIDS services (Nigeria, Zambia, Mozambique), said Dr. Paul Zeitz, executive director of the Global AIDS Alliance, which is providing financial and technical resources to civil society organizations in the six focus countries. The campaign will facilitate the cross-pollination of best practices and exchanges of ideas and knowledge among in country partners, among countries at different stages of the pediatric HIV epidemic, and through local-to-global partnerships, he said. Local-to-global partnerships are a distinctive feature of the campaign. Under this model, CEPA partners will work through a network approach with groups in the focus countries to achieve campaign goals and ensure effective monitoring and evaluation of progress, said Zeitz. CEPA s advocacy approach is to target key decision-makers and others who can create and influence evidence-based policies and funding, and implement programs to prevent and treat pediatric HIV/AIDS; we will hold them accountable for concrete results, said Ms. Rolake Odetoyinbo, Project Director of Nigeria s Positive Action for Treatment Access group. CEPA s advocacy targets include the World Health Organization; UNICEF; UNAIDS; UNITAID; the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; G-8 and G- 20 countries; and governments in the six focus countries. Campaign partners in each of the six focus countries are currently launching National Advocacy Action Plans for 2010 that have been developed in each country over the past three months through a broad-based process of collaboration and consultation among civil society organizations. The National Advocacy Action Plans in each of the six countries call for responses to the highest-priority needs of our countries, said Mr. Felix Mwanza, of the Treatment Advocacy & Literacy Campaign of Zambia (TALC). We are bringing together the right people at the right time to give a boost to the continent s pediatric HIV/AIDS prevention programs, he said. Saving Africa s Children. 29/10/09 up Africa Should Protect Children From AIDS-Machel. 22/10/09 Printer-friendly version Login or register to post comments PLEASE RATE THIS PAGE Average: cabsa.org.za/ /campaign-end-pediatri 1/2

14 11/13/2009 Print an article Print story Close window Graca in anti-aids campaign LAUREN PETERSEN JOHANNESBURG - Six African countries will be the focus of the latest HIV/Aids pediatric prevention campaign. The Campaign to End Pediatric HIV/Aids (Cepa), was launched in Sandton yesterday, and was attended by various health officials from several African countries. Graca Machel, who will chair the campaign s pan-african Leadership Council said: On the continent we face a potential human, social, and economic devastation of Africa s future generations as a consequence of the impact of HIV and Aids on our children. She added, government should be held accountable for the promises they made to children and put systems in place to implement what was promised to them. Cepa, a non-profit organisation was launched as a network of civil society organisations at the national, regional and global levels. The three-year campaign includes the initial focus of six African countries such as Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, Zambia and Nigeria. The purpose of the campaign is said to overcome implementation and policy bottlenecks to increasing coverage rates for prevention of mother-to-child transmission and pediatric treatment services from the average of 30 to 40% to Cepa s globally agreed target of 80%. Dr Paul Zeitz, executive director of the Global Aids Alliance, responsible for providing financial and technical resources to civil organisations in the six focus countries, said their strategy was to engage countries at two different stages of scaling up pediatric and family HIV/Aids services tipping point countries where scale-up of pediatric HIV/Aids services were well under way. The campaign will facilitate the cross-pollination of best practices and exchanges of ideas and knowledge among in-country partners, among countries of different stages of pediatric HIV epidemic and through local-to-global partnerships, he said. The National Advocacy Action Plans for 2010 will be launched by the campaign partners in the six focus countries. citizen.co.za/index/popup.aspx?type= 1/2

15 11/13/2009 Graca Machel Yahoo! Finance UK Yahoo! Finance Home Investing Your Money Finance News & Comment My Portfolios Financial News Market News Industry News Comment & Analysis Money Weekly HOT TOPICS: Market Movers Newspaper Tips Director Dealing Trades Sector Movers Enter Com pany or Symbol UK Get Quote Search Y! Finance Search the Web Search the Web FINANCIAL NEWS Thursday October 22, 06:44 PM Graca Machel By Stephane de Sakutin Graca Machel, wife of former South African President Nelson Mandela, speaks during a press conference where she announced the launch of a Campaign to end Pediatric HIV/AIDS (CEPA) in Johannesburg. African leaders were urged Thursday to increase efforts to end HIV infections among children and women, in the world's worst affected continent. uk.biz.yahoo.com/ /graca-machel.html 1/2

16 11/10/2009 Graca Machel, wife of former South Af Graca Machel, wife of former South African President Nelson Mandela, speaks during a press conference where she announced the launch of a Campaign to end Pediatric HIV/AIDS (CEPA) in Johannesburg. African leaders were urged Thursday to increase efforts to end HIV infections among children and women, in the world's worst affected continent. Photo:Stephane de Sakutin/AFP Thu Oct 22, 1:47 PM yahoo.com/ /photos-n-health-graca 1/1

17 11/10/2009 Health-Africa: Fresh Campaign Against Global Issues Social, Political, Economic and Environmental Issues That Affect Us All Health-Africa: Fresh Campaign Against Paediatric AIDS by Nalisha Kalideen (johannesburg) Thursday, October 22, 2009 Inter Press Service Eleven years ago, Raloke Odetoyinbo had been married for two years and a month when she found out she was HIV positive. In that moment she thought she had lost her chance of ever having children because, she said, she believed that her child would be born HIV positive. Children Poverty Make a tax deductible donation now. Give to ChildFund But she still wanted to bear children and be a mother. International. Apply For A Pell Grant 'Naturally in my society it is (bearing children) that makes you, what defines your womanhood. If you cannot Move your career forward with an accredited online have children your value as a human being is completely diminished,' Odetoyinbo said. degree! And eventually deciding to fall pregnant was not an easy choice for Odetoyinbo. HIV Protein Drink High Protein for People with HIV 15gr Whey Protein - 'That was something I had to struggle with. I had access to the information and realised if I worked Easy with to Drink my IsopurePlus.com/AIDS-Diet doctors I did have a chance to have a baby which was not HIV-infected,' she said. Fight AIDS in Africa Over 28 million people in Africa are suffering from She was fortunate to have access to effective antiretroviral (ARVs) medication to prevent transmission AIDS. Help of now. the virus to her unborn child. my.care.org/aids But she is aware that many women in her country and the rest of Africa are not as fortunate. Odetoyinbo, who is now the project director of Nigeria's Positive Action for Treatment Access group, says she wants other HIV-positive women to have the same chance that she had to access ARVs. It is one of the reasons why she has joined the newly launched Campaign to End Pediatric HIV/AIDS. CEPA is a network of civil society organisations which aims to eliminate pediatric HIV/AIDS by preventing parentto-child transmission through the access to ARVs. CEPA also aims to ensure better access to pediatric treatment and care for HIV positive children. CEPA is a three-year campaign that will initially focus on six countries: Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, Zambia and Nigeria. Of these six countries, Kenya has the highest number of HIV-positive children, 155,000. Graça Machel, chair of CEPA's pan-african Leadership Council, said that sometimes one gets blinded by the huge numbers. 'It is not the numbers in my mind. It is the eyes of the children. Sometimes I have sleepless nights because I know this child is not going to live for another month,' Machel recalled. Speaking to IPS, Machel said that while children are vulnerable, they are also resilient and it is adults' responsibility to ensure that those born are not infected. Figures show that most first world and industrialised countries have been able to reduce pediatric infection to less than two percent. But currently 90 percent of new worldwide infections occur in sub-saharan Africa. Odetoyinbo said that while the Millennium Development Goal Six is to halt and reverse the spread of HIV/AIDS by 2015, CEPA plans to reduce the number of pediatric infections by 80 percent by 'The only reason why we have so many children who have HIV is because women are neglected. We need to give women access to services for treatment, for detection. You cannot give someone something you don't globalissues.org/news/2009/10/22/3219 1/3

18 11/10/2009 Health-Africa: Fresh Campaign Against have. So you can't give your child HIV if you don t have it,' Odetoyinbo said. She urged people to hold their governments accountable. She said Nigeria was an example of this. 'It is possible to hold government accountable. I saw people change the way things are done... that is how we got free (HIV) treatment in Nigeria,' Odetoyinbo said. In 2005 Nigeria s President Olusegun Obasanjo approved free ARV treatment to HIV positive Nigerians, at a time when the country had an estimated 3.5 million people living with HIV. The World Health Organisation reported that during 2008 almost 20,000 pregnant HIV positive women IN NIGERIA? were on antiretroviral medication. There were still 210,000 HIV positive pregnant women in need of treatment. James Kamau from the Kenya Treatment Access Movement said that it was time that African leaders did more in combating the pandemic. 'We need to let African leaders put their money where their mouth is in terms of having 15 percent of a country's national budget set aside (for health). We cannot let them tell us they cannot afford it,' Kamau said. Machel added that there were civil society organisations across Africa that have been influential in the fight against HIV. 'On this continent they have really made a significant impact in terms of influencing parliament to enact legislation, government to put plans and systems in place to attend to various programmes.' She said monitoring of governments was needed to ensure that heads of state were really targeting the prevention of HIV/Aids and the treatment of HIV positive women and children. 'I think we need to do that kind of monitoring. It is a time not to make pledges but to start monitoring the pledges that have already been made. As civil society organisations we need to develop a capacity to really advocate. We need to have information which is factual, credible and which produces evidence,' Machel said. While she admitted that in some countries civil society organisations had to deal with lack of resources, financial and human resources, many organisations have already been effective in influencing government policy. Dr Lydia Mungherera, an HIV positive activist and medical doctor who works with the AIDS Support Organisation in Uganda said in her country civil society plays a significant role in driving government policy. 'In our country you have civil society on every planning committee. We have been taken in as partners working with government and I think it makes a big difference. Now we know what is going on, and when things go wrong we are able to assist with a solution,' Mungherera said. The solution for Odetoyinbo was to educate herself about her choices and treatment options before she fell pregnant. And she feels she made an empowered decision with the right information. 'What mattered the most to me at the time was giving birth and you can place value judgment on that. I had this strong desire to have a baby, to make the choice going through that it could have turned out wrong,' Odetoyinbo said. She said it was only seven years after her diagnosis that she decided to become pregnant. 'I lived with HIV and I made a conscious decision. I dared to believe in science. I dared to work with my health care provider. It took them 10 minutes and 56 seconds to get the baby out. And my baby is HIV negative,' Odetoyinbo said. So while Odetoyinbo was fortunate that her baby was not born HIV positive, she is anxious about those women who do not have the medical support she had while pregnant. 'I don't know how I would have coped with my child being HIV positive. I can deal with my status but I am not sure how I would have dealt with my child. globalissues.org/news/2009/10/22/3219 2/3

19 11/10/2009 Health-Africa: Fresh Campaign Against 'Can we dare say 'Enough'? Can we think of the children? Can we stop our children from getting infected?' Inter Press Service (2009) All Rights ReservedOriginal source: Inter Press Service When I give food to the poor, they call me a saint. When I ask why the poor have no food, they call me a communist. Dom Helda Camara Copyright globalissues.org/news/2009/10/22/3219 3/3

20 11/10/2009 Jornal Correio do Brasil - Mulher de M Rio de Janeiro - 24ºC 12ºC Faça sua busca Assine E-m ail SAC Canais manhã tarde noite Terça-feira - 10/11-13:48 Assinaturas - Anuncie - Contato - Expediente - Ano X - Número 3601 Busca Rápida Notícias Web Anúncios Google Brasil Correio Notícias 23/10/ :20:25 Mulher de Mandela diz que África deve proteger crianças da Aids Por Redação, com Reuters - de Johanesburgo A esposa de Nelson Mandela, Graça Machel, disse nesta quinta-feira que os líderes africanos deveriam se empenhar mais em proteger crianças da Aids, e que é hora de mudar as prioridades dos gastos públicos. Lemon Spirit Hostel. Rio One Block from Ipanema/Leblon Beach Amazing Location! Exclusive Area Não importa quão pequeno seja o Nro. telefônico do Brasil nosso orçamento, precisamos fazer Na sua casa nos EUA Fale a alguma coisa. Não chegaremos lá (à vontade, Ligações Ilimitadas redução do HIV) com líderes africanos que não ficam sensibilizados com pessoas morrendo, disse ela durante o lançamento da Campanha pelo Fim do HIV/Aids Pediátrico (Cepa, na sigla em inglês). Cerca de 60% dos portadores do vírus (#) da Aids vivem na África Subsaariana, e nessa região estão também 90% das duas milhões de crianças contaminadas no planeta, uma realidade que Graça Machel disse que deveria impulsionar os líderes africanos a agirem. Não estou realmente convencida de que alguns dos orçamentos que temos para a defesa sejam absolutamente necessários, disse a exprimeira-dama sul-africana, militante dos direitos das mulheres e das crianças. Há uma necessidade de redirecionar recursos da defesa. Para mim, as prioridades são saúde (#), educação, fornecimento de água e agricultura, acrescentou. A Cepa busca trabalhar com governos e organizações comunitárias da África para atenuar os gargalos no fornecimento de medicamentos que impeçam a chamada transmissão vertical da Aids (de mãe para filho). Seu objetivo é que até 2012 esses medicamentos atendam pelo menos 80 por cento das crianças sob risco, mais do que duplicando o número das que atualmente têm acesso a esse tratamento (#). É hora de dizer: 'Façamos uma reengenharia dos nossos orçamentos, usemos os poucos recursos que temos de forma mais sábia', disse Graça, que ficou viúva em 1986 do primeiro presidente de Moçambique, Samora Machel, e em 1998 se casou com o então presidente sulafricano, Nelson Mandela. correiodobrasil.com.br/noticia.asp?c=1 1/2

21 11/13/2009 La mujer de Nelson Mandela insta a lo Lainformacion.com Enlace de interés La mujer de Nelson Mandela insta a los líderes africanos a proteger a los niños 23/10/2009 Leer articulo completo en w ww.elecodiario.es Los líderes africanos deberían dedicar más esfuerzo en proteger del SIDA a los niños del continente, según ha apuntado Graca Machel, mujer del ex presidente de Sudáfrica, Nelson Mandela, quien ha asegurado que es hora de cambiar las prioridades del gasto estatal. "No importa lo reducidos que sean nuestros presupuestos, debemos hacer algo. No lograremos nuestro objetivo con líderes africanos que no se mueven por las personas que se están muriendo", ha señalado durante el lanzamiento de su campaña para terminar con el sida pediátrico (CEPA por su sigla en inglés). Cerca del 60% de las personas que viven en el África subsahariana padecen esta enfermedad mientras que hay entre 1,8 y 2 millones de niños infectados en todo el mundo, una realidad que según Machel debería llevar a los líderes africanos a tomar cartas en el asunto. 1 enlaces más sobre este asunto La mujer de Nelson Mandela insta a los líderes africanos a proteger a los niños 23/10/2009 Leer articulo completo en w w w.eleconomista.es Los líderes africanos deberían dedicar más esfuerzo en proteger del SIDA a los niños del continente, según ha apuntado Graca Machel, mujer del ex presidente de Sudáfrica, Nelson Mandela, quien ha asegurado que es hora de cambiar las prioridades del gasto estatal. Temas relacionados ASUNTOS SOCIALES GENTE SALUD ENFERMEDADES SIDA LUGARES ÁFRICA SUDÁFRICA PERSONAJES GRAÇA MACHEL Lo último en salud Últimas fotos lainformacion.com/ /la-mujer-de-ne 1/2

22 11/13/2009 Eyewitness News: Machel warns of pe Thursday, 12th November 16:58 CAT HOME LOCAL WORLD SPORT BUSINESS FEATURES IWITNESS TRAFFIC SMS ALERTS RSS FEEDS CONTACT AT A GLANCE > ZAR/AUD : ZAR/EUR : ZAR/GBP : ZAR/JPY : ZAR/USD : Search for Machel warns of pending devastation Cathy Mohlahlana 2009/10/22 03:00:52 PM Local News Johannesburg Human rights activist Graca Machel says Africa faces potential human and economic devastation as a result of the impact of HIV/Aids on children. She was speaking at the launch of a campaign to end pediatric Aids in six African countries in Sandton, northern Johannesburg on Thursday. Machel said the first phase of the project would see antiretroviral drugs being given to HIV positive mothers to prevent their babies from getting infected. The next will ensure children born with the virus receive the necessary medication to remain healthy. Machel said governments must get involved. African states urged to curbs child AIDS infections 23 Oct 2009 Madiba doing well, says Graca 23 Oct 2009 Machel works to eradicate pediatric HIV infections 22 Oct 2009 Madiba inspects site for tribute hospital 31 Jul 2009 Celebs pay tribute to Madiba 16 Jul 2009 We are talking of human lives, we are not talking politics. I ve been a politician, I know. I want to say that it won t be easy. How were you involved or affected? Your Name * Your Contact No * Print this Article this Article Submit iwitness report Eskom works to repair public image 04:51 PM Prosecuting agencies struggle with independance 04:48 PM Pretoria restaurant owner convicted on fraud charges 04:37 PM Reports SA metal company plans to mine diamond fields 04:34 PM Error-prone Federer makes early Paris exit 04:16 PM Two robbery suspects in hospital after shootout 04:07 PM Your Address * How were you involved or affected? * Print this Article this Article Submit iwitness report Digg it del.icio.us Facebook Submit Cancel Webmaster Primedia Broadcasting Terms & Conditions Privacy Policy eyewitnessnews.co.za/articleprog.aspx 1/2

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