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  1. Incorporating a structural approach within combination HIV prevention: an organising framework

    The Problem: “Structural factors” are characteristics of the social, economic, legal, and cultural environment that act as determinants of HIV risk for whole populations and of how this risk is distributed within populations. To date, “structural approaches” that engage these factors remain poorly developed. The Target Audience Perspective: “HIV prevention programmers” control the deployment of limited resources over set timeframes with the primary goal of reducing HIV infection rates and disparities. …

  2. Ten dimensions of scaling up reproductive health programs : an introduction (report)

    This is an introduction to a series of issue papers for FP/RH programme managers that consider the following questions on the subject of scaling up: How do we know when we have achieved scale? What management, technological, and human competencies are necessary to bring programmes to scale? What strategies most effectively produce the desired leap? How should the desired impact be measured? How do we maintain the gains of an expanded and comprehensive programme? What kind of coverage is enough to qualify as "scaled up"? What is being scaled up? How much will it cost to scale up? …

  3. HIV Surveillance and data availability

    This power point presentaion looks at how HIV data can be used to measure HIV prevalence and incidence, AIDS prevalence and incidence and mortality. It also looks at how models can be used to understand the epidemic and its impact. Various graphical illustrations and data from Rwanda, South Africa, Zambia and Kenya are shown.

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