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  1. National guidelines for quality improvement of HIV and AIDS services

    These National Quality Improvement (QI) Guidelines for HIV and AIDS Services are arranged into seven sections. The first section provides background information, regarding HIV and AIDS services in Tanzania. The second section presents the rationale of having these guidelines. Section three explains the objective, target audience and content of the guidelines. The quality improvement concepts and definitions feature in section four, while section five presents the QI approaches used for HIV and AIDS and other health services in Tanzania. …

  2. Nutrition assessment, counselling and support for adolescents and adults living with HIV: A programming guide

    This programming guide prepared by the World Food Programme (WFP), the United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) and the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) provides practitioners with useful information for planning and implementing food and nutrition support as part of a comprehensive treatment, care and support programme for adults and adolescents living with HIV. It serves as a resource for governments, UN organizations, donors, civil society, and other organizations providing support to countries.

  3. Priority Interventions: HIV/AIDS Prevention, Treatment and Care in the Health Sector

    "Priority interventions: HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and care in the health sector" defines the essential interventions the health sector should deliver and provides key references as well as links to web-based resources. This initial version of the document will be further adapted and finalized in coming weeks, and will be published in print format as well as electronically, to be then updated on a regular basis as a "living document". The document provides WHO's best attempt to assemble and package normative advice for the health sector concerning the essential response to HIV/AIDS.

  4. Best practices in HIV and AIDS

    The five year National HIV & AIDS Strategic Plan (NSP)-(2007/08 - 2011/12) sets priorities for three thematic service areas: Prevention; Care and Treatment; and Social Support. Coordination of partners' contributions to the national response to HIV&AIDS epidemic is through 12 Self Coordinating Entities (SCEs) of which the International Non-Governmental Organizations (INGO) is part. The goal for the INGO-SCE is to facilitate a well co-coordinated response to HIV&AIDS and improve national capacity to address the pandemic effectively in and outside Uganda. …

  5. Health sector response to HIV/AIDS among men who have sex with men (MSM), report of the consultation

    The aim of the consultation was to discuss ways of scaling up the health sector response to the emerging HIV epidemic in MSM and transgender (TG) in the Western Pacific Region. The scope of this consultation was focused on the response of the health sector to HIV. …

  6. Guía para el sistema de información de la profilaxis post exposición al VIH

    Este documento tiene como propósito implementar medidas preventivas especificas que minimicen los riesgos a los que se exponen, principalmente quienes laboran en atención directa del paciente, manejo de muestras o desechos infectantes. …

  7. The potential impact of HIV/AIDS interventions on the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Africa: a simulation exercise for the World Bank

    The World Bank developed its initial Multi-Country AIDS Program (MAP) in 1999, their program to reduce the impact and future path of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in sub-Saharan Africa. Since that time, the landscape surrounding the epidemic has changed dramatically. Given this new information, the World Bank has decided to update its approach regarding the HIV/AIDS epidemic, and write a new strategy plan, Agenda for Action 2007-2011. …

  8. HIV-NAT: the HIV Netherlands Australia Thailand research collaboration

    A model for HIV-AIDS clinical research in a developing country. The primary goal of HIV-NAT is to establish a similar multicenter HIV clinical research organization in Thailand, to conduct and coordinate clinical intervention studies, and, potentially, vaccine studies, according to the ICH GCP standard in Thailand and the region.

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