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  1. Plan d’action national VIH 2018-2022

    Le plan d’action national VIH 2018-2022 est l’outil principal de pilotage, de monitoring et d’évaluation pour les acteurs publics et de la société civile engagés dans la riposte au VIH. Le plan couvre la période de 5 ans de 2018 à 2022. Il s’aligne aux objectifs internationaux et repose sur une démarche participative associant les différents acteurs qui prend en compte trois facteurs importants : - les enjeux épidémiologiques au Grand-Duché de Luxembourg, - les réalisations sur le terrain, - les besoins identifiés et les défis rencontrés.

  2. Plan estratégico de la coordinadora estatal de VIH y sida - CESIDA 2017-2019

    La Coordinadora Estatal de VIH y sida, en adelante CESIDA, es la Coordinadora estatal de entidades que trabajan en VIH que nace en el año 2002 con el objetivo de ser una plataforma de asociaciones del Estado español que trabajan en el ámbito del VIH y el sida, de carácter no lucrativo y no gubernamental y promueve la presencia y la participación ciudadana en el diseño y desarrollo de políticas y estrategias integrales relacionadas con la infección por el VIH y el sida. …

  3. Monitoring and evaluation plan for the National programme on the response to the HIV epidemic, 2013-2016

    The goal of this M&E plan is to guide and coordinate the effective collection, analysis, aggregation and use of data for the assessment of progress trends in the national response to HIV/AIDS and for enhanced decision making process.

  4. Acceptance and coping: National HIV strategy (2009-2014)

    The comprehensive aim of this strategy is that at the end of the strategy period, Norway will be a society that accepts and copes with HIV in a way that both limits new infection and gives persons living with HIV good conditions for social inclusion in all phases of their lives. Specific objectives: 1) Increase the knowledge about and awareness of HIV and AIDS in the population. 2) Reduce stigmatisation and discrimination associated with HIV. …

  5. Implementing the Dublin Declaration on Partnership to Fght HIV/AIDS in Europe and Central Asia: 2010 progress report

    In February 2004, representatives of European and central Asian countries met in Dublin and issued a declaration focused on accelerating the implementation of the Declaration of Commitment that countries made at the UN General Assembly Special Session (UNGASS) on HIV/AIDS in 2001. This report seeks to document achievements, using country-based reports, against a selected number of indicators of relevance to the countries of the region. …

  6. Bulgaria National HIV/AIDS response. Experience from a new EU Member State (2001-2007)

    Bulgaria is still a country with low HIV prevalence in the general population. However, the country faces a great challenge related to the possibility of rapid development of concentrated epidemics in separate group identified as most-at-risk (mainly among injecting drug users, men who have sex with men and sex workers). There are already epidemiological and behavioural indications. The risk is also related to the possible increase of HIV cases among other social groups, where the main mode of transmission is the heterosexual one, and where a generalized epidemic can develop. …

  7. HIV proposed action plan in Scotland. Phase one: May 2009 to March 2011

    This action plan outlines how the Scottish Government will lead an increased focus on the prevention of HIV transmission in Scotland. It will also identify how the provision of high quality care and treatment for people with HIV can be delivered across Scotland. The Scottish Government's approach to an HIV action plan will therefore have two phases: phase one will outline those things that can be taken action on now and during that period consider the evidence to inform the government priorities for continuous improvements leading to a phase two plan from March 2011. …

  8. State programme on HIV Prevention for 2001-2005. Resolution of the council of ministers N°2041

    The main objective of the state programme on HIV prevention for 2001-2005 is preventing a further spreading of HIV amongst the population and minimising its adverse impacts. The programme will be based on the target programmes of the ministries and other government authorities of the republic responsible for fulfilment of actions stated in this programme.

  9. National HIV/AIDS programme 2004 - 2008

    The programme provides an overview of AIDS work in Switzerland, the current situation, the challenges to be faced, and serves as reference for players active in the HIV/AIDS field. It confirms the existing direction of AIDS work in Switzerland and initiates new developments where necessary and important. It sets national goals and specifies the players responsible for implementing them. It contributes towards implementing the United Nations guidelines on HIV/AIDS. The programme concentrates on the three core fields of prevention, therapy and counselling, as well as solidarity.

  10. The National strategy of prevention and control of HIV/AIDS in Albania 2004-2010. Let's keep Albania a low HIV prevalence country

    The National Strategy of Prevention and Control of HIV/AIDS in Albania (NSPCHA) is designed based on the following principles:- NSPCHA will help in the management, coordination and orientation of the work of government, non-governmental and international organizations with activities in the area of prevention and control of HIV/AIDS in Albania.- NSPCHA is a comprehensive document using a multifaceted approach to HIV prevention addressing the individual, community, societal and structural level prevention and control needs.- The strategy will be reviewed and, eventually, modified bi-annually ba …

  11. National Program on Prevention and Control of HIV/AIDS and STIs for (STI) in 2001 - 2005

    The spreading of HIV/AIDS and STIs infections in Moldova during last years has got an epidemic character. As of 01.07.2000 a total cumulative number of 1110 cases of HIV have been officially reported with the Ministry of Health, 27 cases of AIDS and 21 death cases.The Republic of Moldova has the forth position on prevalence of HIVAIDS in population, after Russia, Ukraine and Belorusia.Practically, the epidemiological process is present in all territorial administrative areas. The situational analyses of the epidemics shows a high prevalence of HIV/AIDS among injecting drug users - 84 %. …

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