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A growing body of evidence links HIV risk with women's social and economic inequality, male norms that drive sexual risk, and the social marginalization of individuals whose sexual identity or behavior is perceived to fall outside accepted norms. In recognition of this, many international donor agencies are funding programs that aim to reduce gender inequality as a driver of the epidemic. HIV service providers are already responding with innovative and often courageous strategies for overcoming gender-based drivers of the epidemic. But more is needed at the national level. …
The government of China presents in this document his mid-long term plan of HIV/AIDS prevention and control. This one analyses the situation and enacts the guiding principles, the goals and objectives and the ways of acting of such a plan.
The UNAIDS Cambodia Country Profile aims to present a comprehensive overview of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Cambodia and the status of the response to the epidemic.
The following report provides a summary analysis of the resources required to acheive the broad objectives outlined in Cambodia's National Strategic Plan (NSP). This report outlines the costs associated with each strategic objective.
For the time being, Tajikistan isin the early stage of HIV/AIDS epidemics. However there are conditions in the country for a wide spread of HIV infection.Priority groups of the National Strategic Plan are youth, intravenous drug users and commercial sex workers.
A UNAIDS report on how the Government of Thailand dealt with the AIDS epidemic during its period of economic hardship. The paper introduces the conceptual framework of interrelated consequences of the economic crisis on HIV/AIDS prevention and control. It also describes how national and provincial programme managers have responded to budget cuts, and discusses the impact the cuts may have on the effectiveness of programmes.