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The Moroccan AIDS response gave rise to the National Strategic Plan, which now serves as a reference throughout Africa. The National Strategic Plan has contributed to keeping the national seroprevalence at a low level. This document outlines the process of development and the key elements of the plan: sentinel surveillance of HIV; syndromic case management of sexually transmitted infections; social communication in respect to HIV; confidential voluntary HIV counselling and testing; and case management.
The objectives of this plan are: To maintain the current level of HIV/AIDS prevalence at less than 2% by 2009. 2. To reduce AIDS morbidity, mortality and improve the quality of life of people living with HIV/AIDS. 3. To build the capacity of the different partners involved in the prevention and control of HIV/AIDS and to enable them to participate effectively in the national response. 4. To mobilize political and community leaders to ensure their commitment, coordinate national (government and private sector) and international resources for HIV/AIDS prevention and control activities.