Participants of a computer course for libraries, at the partner organisation Gostynez, Lviv region. DVV International has been involved in Ukraine since the mids. These projects continue to the present day. In the years which followed, the partner network of DVV International has been continuously developed and the cooperation between NGOs and adult education centres throughout Ukraine strengthened. In , a regional office was opened by DVV International in Kiev; it is not only responsible for adult education programmes in Ukraine, but also coordinates cooperation with the country offices in Belarus and Moldova.
Hepatitis A seroprevalence in children and adults in Kiev City, Ukraine
Ukrainian Adult Education Association
Ukraine recognizes that children are entitled to special care and support since they represent the future of the nation. Our country is convinced of the need for statutory protection of children and has therefore adhered to the Convention on the Rights of the Child. In general all the basic rights of the child recognized in the Convention are guaranteed by the Constitution and by the relevant legislative acts of Ukraine and are actively applied. The enforcement and implementation of each of those basic rights is considered in greater detail below. Under Ukrainian legislation, a child is defined as a person below the age of 18, that is, the age of majority.
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Ukraine is a zone of moderate hepatitis A endemicity. The changing epidemiology of the disease because of improved hygiene has shifted the burden of Hepatitis A to older age groups where the disease is more severe. Outbreaks have also become more common as more of the population has become susceptible to hepatitis A virus HAV. To help guide decisions regarding use of hepatitis A vaccine in Ukraine, we examined the presence of antibody to HAV anti-HAV in persons aged 1 to 85 years, visiting four municipal healthcare centres in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev.
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