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UNGASS Country Progress report 2010-Nepal
Abstract:
The report discusses about the HIV/AIDS status and progress on current policy, strategy, human rights status, involvement of NGOs and civil society's organization on prevention, treatment, care, and support. Country has made significant progress on policy environment, resource mobilization and scaling up HIV and AIDS responses in recent years. Progress has also been made on data collection, analysis, and its uses to monitor and evaluate prevention, treatment and care programmes as well as HIV surveillance.These data and information indicate various positive trends in the response to the epidemic. Nepal government is committed to activate the existing structures at all levels and harmonize their roles. Recent meeting of National AIDS Council (NAC) chaired by Prime Minister, further emphasized the importance of coordinated, multisectoral and decentralized actions to overcome the burden of HIV and AIDS in the country. The fact that 90% of AIDS spending is being managed outside the public sector, calls for an attention to redress the balance in order for public sector to take increased role in HIV response.
Publisher: HSCB, UNGASS Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
HIV-AIDS, AIDS EPIDEMIC, INFECTION, PREVALENCE, RISK BEHAVIOUR, LABOUR MIGRANTS, SEX WORKERS, SEXUALLY TRANSMITTTED INFECTIONS TREATMENT, COMMERCIAL SEX, INJECTING DRUG USERS, POSITIVE PREVENTION, AIDS CONTROL, ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS, THIRD GENDER, HUMAN RIGHTS, RESOURCE MOBILISATION, HUMAN RIGHTS
Thematic Group:
UNAIDS, (2010)
Thesaurus:
10.03.01 - Disease Prevention And Control
PDF | File Size: 1.7 MB   Download
Feeder: ANJANA SHARMA, Editor: LUNI SHRESTHA, Auditor:
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UNGASS Country Progress report 2010-Nepal
Abstract:
The report discusses about the HIV/AIDS status and progress on current policy, strategy, human rights status, involvement of NGOs and civil society's organization on prevention, treatment, care, and support. Country has made significant progress on policy environment, resource mobilization and scaling up HIV and AIDS responses in recent years. Progress has also been made on data collection, analysis, and its uses to monitor and evaluate prevention, treatment and care programmes as well as HIV surveillance.These data and information indicate various positive trends in the response to the epidemic. Nepal government is committed to activate the existing structures at all levels and harmonize their roles. Recent meeting of National AIDS Council (NAC) chaired by Prime Minister, further emphasized the importance of coordinated, multisectoral and decentralized actions to overcome the burden of HIV and AIDS in the country. The fact that 90% of AIDS spending is being managed outside the public sector, calls for an attention to redress the balance in order for public sector to take increased role in HIV response.
Publisher: HSCB, UNGASS Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
HIV-AIDS, AIDS EPIDEMIC, HIV INFECTION, HIV PREVALENCE, RISK BEHAVIOUR, LABOUR MIGRANTS, SEX WORKERS, STI TREATMENT, COMMERCIAL SEX, INJECTING DRUG USERS, SEXUAL TRANSMISSION, POSITIVE PREVENTION, AIDS CONTROL, DISEASE PREVENTION, ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS, THIRD GENDER, HUMAN RIGHTS, RESOURCE MOBILISATION, HUMAN RIGHTS
Thematic Group:
UNAIDS, (2010)
Thesaurus:
10.03.01 - Disease Prevention And Control
PDF | File Size: 1.7 MB   Download
Feeder: ANJANA SHARMA, Editor: , Auditor:
...