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  • HIV/AIDS Resource Center for Women This new resource from The Body contains resources, interviews, and information related to women and HIV. This web site is targeted primarily at women and the general public, but other audiences will find the content and links valuable as well. The Body. 2007.
  • WHO VCT Toolkit This site provides guidance on planning, implementing, and evaluating HIV testing and counseling services in resource-limited settings for an audience of program managers and their partners in the public and private sectors. It includes resources on stakeholder and community mobilization, management of commodities, capacity building, and good practices in voluntary counseling and testing. World Health Organization. 2004.
  • ACCESS Program The ACCESS Program is USAID's global program to improve maternal and newborn health. ACCESS works to expand coverage, access, and use of key maternal and newborn health services across a continuum of care from the household to the hospital, with the aim of making quality health services accessible for women and newborns. n.d.
  • AIDSinfo Drug Database The AIDSInfo Drug Database contains fact sheets on more than 80 HIV/AIDS-related drugs. The fact sheets, in patient, health professional, and Spanish versions, provide information on the drug's use, pharmacology, and side effects. The database also includes approved and investigational antiretroviral drugs as well as drugs used in the treatment of opportunistic infections and cancers. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. n.d.
  • PEPFAR The official Web site of the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (Emergency Plan/PEPFAR). The site contains information on participating countries and agencies, official reports and program guidelines, and links to related organizations and materials. U.S. Department of State. n.d.