- A Sourcebook of HIV/AIDS Prevention Programs, Volume 2
- AIDS in South Asia
- The World Bank's Commitment to HIV/AIDS in Africa
- Averting AIDS Crises in Eastern Europe and Central Asia
- Courage and Hope
- Committing to Results
- The Economics of Effective AIDS Treatment
- HIV/AIDS in Latin American Countries
- Reversing the Tide
- Healthy Development
- Addressing HIV/AIDS in East Asia and the Pacific
- Tackling HIV-Related Stigma and Discrimination in South Asia
- The Global HIV Epidemics among People Who Inject Drugs
- Water Resources Sector Strategy
- HIV and AIDS in South Asia
- HIV/AIDS Treatment and Prevention in India
- Disease and Mortality in Sub-Saharan Africa
- HIV/AIDS in the Middle East and North Africa
- Investing in Communities Achieves Results
- The Assault on Truth
- Legal Aspects of HIV/AIDS
- The Other Half of Gender
- Integrating Human Rights into Development, Second Edition
- Against Therapy
- It's All in Your Dreams
- The Weiser Field Guide to Vampires
- The Road to Results
- Puzzling People; The Labyrinth of the Psychopath
- Secrets of a Medium
- The Power Behind Your Eyes
- Corporate Responses to HIV/AIDS
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