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  1. The Caribbean regional strategic framework for HIV/AIDS 2002-2006

    The objective of this Regional Framework, and the regional plans of action that flow from it, is to support national efforts to prevent and control the HIV epidemic and mitigate its consequences at national and regional levels. Close collaboration among regional-level organizations and the national programmes will ensure the successful application of the Framework.

  2. The Caribbean Regional Strategic Plan of Action for HIV/AIDS

    The Plan was developed with the input of all regional and international players in the area of Health, HIV/AIDS and development (including CARICOM, CAREC, CRN+, UNAIDS and its Cosponsors). It will be implemented by these institutions under the political leadership of CARICOM and caters to the member states of CARICOM, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Haiti as well as the Dutch territories and the Netherlands Antilles.The objective of this Regional Plan is to support national efforts to prevent and control the HIV epidemic and mitigate its consequences at national and regional levels. …

  3. St. Kitts and Nevis: HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control Project

    The first case of HIV/AIDS in St. Kitts and Nevis was discovered in the mid 1980s. Since then, the country has seen a significant rise in HIV/AIDS and it has started to affect the population as a whole. As of third quarter 2001, St Kitts and Nevis reported 195 cumulative HIV cases, 75 AIDS cases and 58 deaths because of AIDS.

  4. Revised national policy document on HIV/AIDS in Guyana

    The first case of AIDS in Guyana was reported in 1987 and up to the end of 2004, a cumulative total of three thousand, three hundred and fifty-four (3,354) cases were recorded. Of these, one thousand, nine hundred and ninety-one (1,991) were males; one thousand two hundred and fifty-eight (1,258) were females while one hundred and five (105) cases were of unknown /unrecorded sex. An estimated eighty-one (81%) percent of cases occur in persons between the ages 20-49, with the most affected age group being those in the 25-29 age grouping. …

  5. Plan Stratégique National pour la Prevention et le Contrôle des IST et du VIH/SIDA en Haïti 2002-2006

    Inspiré par la vision de l'ONUSIDA, ce plan met l'accent sur la necessité:- d'agir sur les trois pilliers de la dynamique de l'épidémie : le risque, la vulnerabilité et l'impact;- d'élargir la capacité de réponseLes stratégies proposées ne sont pas certes exhaustives, mais elles sont prioritaires, tenant compte du diagnostic stratégique de la situation en Haïti, des besoins identifiés et des leçons apprises. Ces stratégies ont été retenues sur la base d'un concensus entre les participants des différents secteurs lors d'ateliers et de rencontres organisé à travers tout le pays.

  6. National policy on HIV/AIDS

    This National Policy on HIV/AIDS provides a framework, based on human rights, for the prevention of HIV and the reduction of its impacts at all levels of society. It outlines the specific objectives and strategies of the Government's response to HIV and AIDS.

  7. National Strategic Plan For HIV/AIDS 2002-2006

    This document is the result of a review of implementation of the National AIDS Programme Strategic Plan 1999-2001, together with the input of a wide cross section of Government Ministry Officials, NGOs, legal profession, Persons Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHAs), religious organisations, UN and other international and bilateral agencies. The 1999-2001 strategic plan was comprehensive, but suffered from an insufficiency of resources, human, technological and financial, for its execution. …

  8. National HIV/AIDS policy

    The purpose of this policy is to: define the framework for an effective multi-sectoral response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic that will reduce the spread of new HIV infections, promote and sustain compassionate care for persons living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) and mitigate the social impact on those infected, those affected and on the entire society; outline the roles of social institutions and promote the involvement of all sectors of society in the national response to HIV/AIDS; affirm the rights and responsibilities of persons living with HIV/AIDS, of those interacting with them, of people vulnerabl …

  9. Guyana national HIV/AIDS strategy 2007-2011

    The National Strategic Plan 2007-2011 seeks to harmonise and align the resources and responses of all its partners to ensure that they meet Guyana's National Priorities. It is intended to strategically guide the future direction of Guyana's National HIV/AIDS Response since it outlines the basic approaches, principles, strategic priorities, objectives and strategic activities. …

  10. Five-year national HIV/AIDS strategic plan January, 2004 - December, 2008

    The two overarching goals of the National Strategic Plan are:To reduce the incidence of HIV infections in Trinidad and Tobago; and To mitigate the negative impact of HIV/AIDS on persons infected and affected in Trinidad and Tobago. …

  11. Estrategias de prevención: Área de prevención

    CONASIDA utiliza la planificación estratégica para el diseño y elaboración de sus planes anuales de trabajo, de acuerdo con el escenario nacional y mundial. Para efectuar su labor, ha estructurado áreas de trabajo las cuales, relacionadas por una Coordinación Ejecutiva, permiten el desarrollo y cumplimiento del Plan acordado; dichas áreas son: Estudios, Atención Integral, Prevención, Enfermedades deTransmisión Sexual, Comunicaciones, y Administración y Presupuesto.


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