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  1. Harm reduction strategy for IDU (injecting drug use) and HIV/AIDS prevention in Afghanistan

    To goal of this strategy is to reduce drug-related health and social harms among individuals, families and communities in Afghanistan. The specific objectives are: To reduce the vulnerability of problem drug users and their families to HIV infection; To reduce the vulnerability of problem drug users and their families to Hepatitis B, C and syphilis; To reduce the risk of the spread of HIV and other blood borne diseases to the general population; To provide services to IDUs that will reduce the risk of HIV transmission.

  2. National strategic framework on HIV/AIDS for Afghanistan - II 2011-2015

    The NSF-II is elaborated in continuity of the Afghanistan National HIV/AIDS Strategic Framework-I goal to achieve universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support for at-risk and vulnerable populations and people living with HIV. …

  3. National child and adolescent health strategy 2009-2013

    This Child and Adolescent Health Strategy, attempts to guide the MOPH in the implementation of the critical interventions that have a major impact on mortality of mothers, infants and children receive greatest attention for the period 2009-2013. The primary focus of many of the interventions is children under five years of age, since they have the highest mortality from the cited conditions. However, many of the interventions are equally successful in treating or preventing illness in older children and adolescents. …

  4. National reproductive health strategy 2012-2016

    This reproductive health (RH) strategy is based on the core values and operational principles, which are in line with the Ministry of Public Health’s mission and vision and with the National Development Framework.The goal of the reproductive health strategy is to improve the reproductive health status of families in Afghanistan through the provision of integrated reproductive health services in partnership with communities, development partners and the private sector.

  5. National HIV and AIDS policy

    Although HIV prevalence in Afghanistan is currently low among the general population, it is a country at high risk for the spread of HIV. The Afghanistan National Strategic Framework for HIV/AIDS 2011-2015 (ANASF-II) provides Afghanistan's strategic guidance for action for HIV and AIDS prevention, treatment, care and support, outlining the roles of the National AIDS Control Program (NACP) and Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) to sustain a comprehensive and multi-sectoral response, with the support of other key sectors and civil society. …

  6. Afghanistan national strategic framework for HIV/AIDS (2006-2010)

    This is a broad strategic framework designed to guide Afghanistan's response to HIV/AIDS. It will serve as a guide for a wide range of stakeholder involvement in the response to HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment in the country. It will assist stakeholders to develop their own strategic plans so that all initiatives in the country can be harmonized to maximize efficiency and effectiveness. It is based on analysis of the limited available data, and takes into account the resource constraints of the country in both human and financial terms. …

  7. HIV/AIDS and STI national strategic plan for Afghanistan 2003-2007

    While Afghanistan does not yet have a large number of reported HIV/AIDS cases, a number of vulnerabilities and patterns of risky behaviours signal the need to take action now, before it is too late to make a difference to the course of the epidemic. Towards that end the Ministry of Health in collaboration with the HIV/AIDS Technical Working Group in the Country has undertaken the development of the National HIV/AIDS and STI Strategic Plan for the period 2003-2007. The current document provides a National Strategic Framework. …

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