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Straregic Plan FOR HIV and AIDS in Nepal 1997 - 2001 The transmission of HIV essentially involves certain types of contact between people:unprotected sexual intercourse, the sharing of needles and other equipment and the interchange of blood including perinatal transmission. There are two separate conc...
HMG, (1998)
The Increasing Vulnerability of Children in Nepal The National Center for AIDS and STI Control estimates that 58,000 Nepalese are living with HIV,and UNICEF/UNAIDS/USAIDS estimates that 13,000 have been orphaned by AIDS, 1.5% of Nepal's 835,000 orphans. The annual number of death from the disease wi...
UNICEF, (2002)
Towards The Reform and strengthening of The National Center for AIDS and STD Control in Nepal Nepal has many of the socio economic preconditions for a generalized epidemic and is likely to experience this in the near future. Given the lag time for behavior change, following interventions, and the slow pace of health care reform, it is in Nepa...
GoN, UNDP, UNAIDS, (2002)
Unified Budget and Workplan 2002-2003 - Performance report: Technical Supplement Ensuring an extraordinary response to the epidemic, Cross-cutting issues required for an expanded response,Protecting children and young people from the epidemic and its impact,Addressing the needs of those most vulnerable to HIV infection,Providing ...
UNAIDS, (2004)
Study to track resource inflow for the HIV & AIDS programme in Nepal-2010 National Centre for AIDS and STD Control (NCASC) estimates that approximately 70,000 adults and children are infected with HIV with an estimated prevalence of 0.49 in adults (15-49 years). (NCASC 2007) The groups who are at risk of HIV in Nepal are I...
GoN, UNAIDS, (2010)