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    • NGO social contracting fact sheet Belarus 

      Abdullaev, T.; Duric, Predrag; Konstantinov, B.; Hamelmann, C. (UNDPUNDP, 2016)
      HIV epidemiology in brief - Belarus has a concentrated HIV epidemic, with 13,527 officially registered people living with HIV, which is 50% of the estimated actual number of people living with HIV in the country1.
    • NGO social contracting fact sheet Bosnia and Herzegovina 

      Abdullaev, T.; Duric, Predrag; Konstantinov, B.; Hamelmann, C. (UNDPUNDP, 2016)
      HIV epidemology in brief Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) has a low level HIV epidemic, with 209 officially registered people living with HIV in 2014, 114 of them were receiving antiretroviral therapy (coverage 54%)
    • NGO social contracting fact sheet fYR Macedonia 

      Abdullaev, T.; Duric, Predrag; Konstantinov, B.; Hamelmann, C. (UNDPUNDP, 2016)
      HIV epidemiology in brief The former Yugoslav Republic (fYR) of Macedonia has a low level HIV epidemic, with 161 people living with HIV officially registered and 96 of them receiving antiretroviral therapy (coverage 60%) in 2014.
    • NGO social contracting fact sheet Kyrgyzstan 

      Abdullaev, T.; Duric, Predrag; Konstantinov, B.; Hamelmann, C. (UNDPUNDP, 2016)
      HIV epidemiology in brief Kyrgyzstan has a concentrated HIV epidemic, with 6,095 people living with HIV officially registered (65% of the estimated number)1, and 1,900 of them receiving antiretroviral therapy (coverage 20% ...
    • NGO social contracting fact sheet Moldova 

      Abdullaev, T.; Duric, Predrag; Konstantinov, B.; Hamelmann, C.
      HIV epidemiology in brief Moldova has a concentrated HIV epidemic, with 6,891 people living with HIV officially registered (about 39% of the estimated number) and 3,116 of them receiving antiretroviral therapy (coverage ...
    • NGO social contracting fact sheet Montenegro 

      Abdullaev, T.; Duric, Predrag; Konstantinov, B.; Hamelmann, C. (UNDPUNDP, 2016)
      HIV epidemiology in brief Montenegro has a concentrated HIV epidemic, with 134 officially registered people living with HIV (PLHIV), which is 29% of the estimated number1. In 2014, 83 people living with HIV were ...
    • NGO social contracting fact sheet Serbia 

      Abdullaev, T.; Duric, Predrag; Konstantinov, B.; Hamelmann, C. (UNDPUNDP, 2016)
      HIV epidemiology in brief Serbia has a concentrated HIV epidemic, with 1,956 people living with HIV officially registered (65% of the estimated number) and 1,300 of them receiving antiretroviral therapy (coverage 43% of ...
    • NGO social contracting fact sheet Tajikistan 

      Abdullaev, T.; Duric, Predrag; Konstantinov, B.; Hamelmann, C. (UNDPUNDP, 2016)
      HIV epidemiology in brief Tajikistan has a concentrated HIV epidemic, with 5,242 people living with HIV officially registered (33% of the estimated number), and 2,167 of them receiving antiretroviral therapy (coverage 14% ...
    • NGO social contracting fact sheet Ukraine 

      Abdullaev, T.; Duric, Predrag; Konstantinov, B.; Hamelmann, C. (UNDPUNDP, 2016)
      HIV epidemic in Ukraine in brief Ukraine has a concentrated HIV epidemic, with 137,390 officially registered people living with HIV, which is 62% of the estimated number of people living with HIV in the country. In 2014, ...
    • NGO social contracting fact sheet Uzbekistan 

      Abdullaev, T.; Duric, Predrag; Konstantinov, B.; Hamelmann, C. (UNDPUNDP, 2016)
      HIV epidemiology in brief Uzbekistan has a concentrated HIV epidemic, with 30,315 people living with HIV (PLHIV) officially registered (95% of the estimated number), and 10,948 of them receiving antiretroviral therapy ...
    • NGO workers’ perspectives on suicide risk factors for Nepalese women of reproductive age, responses to suicide attempts, and challenges in suicide prevention. 

      Varty, Megan (2018)
      Background: Suicide is a global public health priority, with over 800,000 people ending their lives every year. A study conducted in 2008/09 in Nepal found it to be the leading cause of death in women of reproductive age, ...
    • Nicaragua's debt burden: A permanent hurricane [Letter] 

      Van der Stuyft, Patrick; De Vos, Pol (Elsevier, 1998-12-19)
    • Nineteenth-Century Media and the Construction of Identities 

      Bell, Bill; Brake, Laurel; Finkelstein, David (Palgrave, 2000)
      This collection of important new research in 19th-century media history represents some salient, recent developments in the field. Taking as its theme, the ways the media serves to define identities-national, ethnic, ...
    • No Future to Risk? The impact of economic crises and austerity on the inclusion of young people within distinct European labour market settings 

      Ellison, Marion (Policy Press, 2014-06)
      The imposition of austerity measures on global labour markets already severely damaged by economic crises is estimated to have increased global unemployment levels by 202 million with 5.9 million jobs being lost in Europe ...
    • “No One Left Abandoned”: Cuba's National Health System since the 1959 Revolution 

      De Vos, Pol (Baywood Publishing, 2005-01-01)
      In spite of the economic hardships during the 1990s, Cuba has achieved health indicators that are among the best in the world. This article describes the development of the Cuban health system over more than four decades ...
    • Non-diabetics Perception and Knowledge of Type 2 Diabetes: A Qualitative Study. 

      Unknown author (Queen Margaret University, 2016)
      Research Focus: This research focuses on Identifying what the general public's knowledge is surrounding diabetes and how they think its complications affect the individual's body. Research methods: This research met the ...
    • Non-normative preaspirated voiceless fricatives in Scottish English: Phonetic and phonological characteristics 

      Gordeeva, Olga B.; Scobbie, James M. (2007)
      Preaspiration is usually associated with stops rather than fricatives, both at phonological and phonetic levels of description. This study reports the occurrence of phonetic (nonnormative)preaspiration of voiceless fricatives ...
    • Non-pharmacological interventions to reduce the risk of diabetes in people with impaired glucose regulation: a systematic review and economic evaluation. 

      Gillett, M.; Royle, P.; Snaith, A.; Scotland, G.; Poobalan, A.; Imamura, M.; Black, C.; Boroujerdi, M.; Jick, S.; Wyness, Laura; McNamee, P.; Brennan, A.; Waugh, N. (National Institute of Health and Clinical Excellence, 2012-09)
      Background The prevalence of type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) is increasing in the UK and worldwide. Before the onset of T2DM, there are two conditions characterised by blood glucose levels that are above normal but below ...
    • Non-segmental correlates of foreign accent: Perception of accentedness in filtered speech. 

      Unknown author (Queen Margaret University, 2017)
      This study investigated foreign accent detection in filtered speech samples of German bilingual speakers of English. The investigation was conducted with a perceptual experiment and acoustic analysis of the production data. ...
    • Non-visual aesthetics: Seeing the world with our bodies 

      Schrag, Anthony (Taylor & Francis, 2018-05-22)
      This text explores the role of 'physical ontologies' within Socially Engaged Art practices, and explores how the notion of visual art can be limiting to artworks developed with communities and 'non-artists'. It uses the ...