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  1. The financial resource for the comprehensive and multi-sectoral response to HIV/AIDS III (2011-2015) in Cambodia

    This report presents the summary of the costs of Cambodia’s National Strategic Plan for a Comprehensive and Multisectoral Response to HIV/AIDS (NSP III) for the period 2011-2015 as well as an estimation of the resources that will be available and an analysis of the forecasted financing gap. The report also explains how data was collected on the resources available and summarizes the methodology used in the estimation of the resources needed as well as its main limitations.

  2. Mongolia - Joint United Nations Programme on AIDS 2007 - 2011 Report

    This report provides an overview of the work of the UNTG on AIDS between 2007 and 2011, highlighting the key achievements in the various areas of UN work in HIV/AIDS in Mongolia. …

  3. Programme VIH/SIDA. Faits marquants 2008-09

    Le présent rapport met en évidence les apports de l'OMS à l'accès universel en 2008 et 2009. Il décrit la façon dont l'OMS travaille et identifie des réalisations spécifiques dans chacun des cinq domaines stratégiques suivants : 1) permettre aux patients de connaitre leur statu sérologique ; 2) maximiser la contribution du secteur de la santé à la prévention du VIH ; 3) accélérer l'extension du traitement et des soins en matière de VIH ; 4) renforcer et étendre les systèmes de santé ; et 5) investir dans l'information stratégique pour tenter de mieux étayer la riposte au VIH.

  4. A response to HIV and AIDS. Examples of successful HIV prevention in Eastern Europe, South-East Europe and Central Asia

    HIV is a threat to development, especially in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. German development policy is active in this region to find a joint response to HIV and AIDS and to contain the epidemic. Some of its most successful approaches are presented in this report. The main difference between HIV epidemics in Eastern Europe and those in Africa, Western Europe and North America is in the transmission routes that are most common, i.e. via sexual transmission or via shared use of non-sterile injecting equipment. Another difference is the particular vulnerability of certain social groups. …

  5. Twenty years of HIV in Bangladesh: experiences and way forward

    The report describes the scope and the coverage of interventions delivered, and the institutions involved in the response to HIV and AIDS in Bangladesh as well as analyses the trend of the epidemic and impact of the prevention programs. This work concludes that despite Bangladesh's vulnerability to HIV, one of the reasons for low prevalence in Bangladesh is the early and sustained implementation of HIV programs targeted to the most at risk populations - informed by data from regular surveillance and behavioral surveys. A state-of-the-art surveillance system has been in place since 1998. …

  6. Resource Requirements for Cambodia's 2001-2005 HIV/AIDS National Strategic Plan

    The following report provides a summary analysis of the resources required to acheive the broad objectives outlined in Cambodia's National Strategic Plan (NSP). This report outlines the costs associated with each strategic objective.

  7. Funding priorities for the HIV/AIDS crisis in Thailand

    A UNAIDS report on how the Government of Thailand dealt with the AIDS epidemic during its period of economic hardship. The paper introduces the conceptual framework of interrelated consequences of the economic crisis on HIV/AIDS prevention and control. It also describes how national and provincial programme managers have responded to budget cuts, and discusses the impact the cuts may have on the effectiveness of programmes.

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