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The Annual Report 2013-2014 of the Department of AIDS Control (DAC), Government of India, reviews the progress made under the National AIDS Control Programme (NACP) during the current financial year 2013-2014 in scaling up intervention services for HIV prevention, treatment, care and support across the country through regular monitoring and reporting. This report reflects the commitment of DAC and identifies both achievements and gaps in response to the HIV epidemic.
This report presents a summary of achievements made under the strategy and plan for National AIDS Control Programme Phase (NACP - IV) during the current financial year (2012-13) along with key impacts, strategies and achievments.
The Hong Kong Advisory Council on AIDS, in its mandate to advise the government on policies relating to the prevention, care and control of HIV infection and AIDS in Hong Kong, developed this new strategy for year 2007-2011. The document serves as the blueprint for the collective AIDS effort in the next five years, in response to the changing local epidemic. This recommended strategy is divided into 3 parts. The first part comprises a brief overview of the current HIV/AIDS situation and programme response. The second part depicts the Strategies framework and identifies current priority areas. …
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.
This UNAIDS/ Ministry of Public Health, Thailand report discusses the history and implementation of the programme, highlighting its organizational structure and key provincial activities. It also documents the programme's effectiveness at both the national and provincial level, the factors that influenced its successful implementation, and some considerations for strengthening the programme.