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The Pacific regional strategy on HIV and other STIs for 2009-2013

Secretariat of the Pacific Community

The Pacific regional strategy on HIV and other STIs for 2009-2013

by Secretariat of the Pacific Community

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Published by Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC) in [Noumea] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementSecretariat of the Pacific community
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRA643.86.O3 P33 2009
The Physical Object
Pagination23 p. :
Number of Pages23
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24497670M
ISBN 109820003105
ISBN 109789820003101
LC Control Number2010413221

External Midterm Review of the National Strategic Plan on HIV/AIDS and STI (): Mongolia Regional strategy and plan of action for measles and rubella elimination in the Western Pacific Regional strategy for strengthening the role of the health sector for improving Civil Registration and Vital Statistics (CRVS) ( In Australia, HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs) notifications have been on the rise for the past decade. HIV and sexual and reproductive health is also a growing concern across the Asia and Pacific region.

hiv/aids in the south pacific: a difficult story to report Submitted by admin on Mon, 01/22/ - Reverend Dr. Trevor Cullen from Queensland University reports on some of the findings of his PhD research on press coverage of HIV/AIDS in Papua New Guinea and the South Pacific.   Turning the tide: an open strategy for a response to AIDS in the Pacific: report of the Commission on AIDS in the Pacific – Suva, Fiji: UNAIDS Pacific Region, isBn Rao3t87 Design and layout by Art & Soul Limited, Suva, Fiji Printed in Thailand at Eastern Printing Public Company Limited, Bangkok.

WHO/Europe is developing a regional framework for implementing the global strategy for the prevention and control of STIs – in the WHO European Region. The essential components of a public health package for STI prevention and care are: promotion of safer sexual behaviour and health-care-seeking behaviour;. WHO estimated that nearly 1 million people become infected every day with any of four curable sexually transmitted infections (STIs): chlamydia, gonorrhoea, syphilis, and trichomoniasis. Despite their high global incidence, STIs remain a neglected area of research. In this Commission, we have prioritised five areas that represent particular challenges in STI Cited by:


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The Pacific regional strategy on HIV and other STIs for 2009-2013 by Secretariat of the Pacific Community Download PDF EPUB FB2

Tuvalu National Strategic Plan for HIV & STIs – Since the first case of HIV was reported in the Pacific region inHIV infections have been recorded in most Pacific Island Countries and Territories [PICTs] with the exception of Niue, Tokelau and Pitcairn Islands. Read more about The Pacific Regional Strategy on HIV and other STIs for – Secretariat of the Pacific Community () Secretariat of the Pacific Community () Population-Based Study of Chalamydial Infection in China.

Canberra: Halting the spread of HIV; Secretariat of the Pacific Community. The Pacific Regional Strategy on HIV & other STIs for – Noumea: Secretariat of the Pacific Community; Amnesty International. Papua New Guinea: Violence against women: never inevitable, never acceptable.

Broadway: Amnesty International; Cited by: 6. According to a UNAIDS Regional Support Team (RST) baseline analysis at the end of16 Asian countries and 7 countries in the Pacific region were expected to be developing new National Strategic Plans (NSPs) during the ‐ biennium1.

Secretariat of the Pacific Community, HIV/STI Section, The Pacific Regional Strategy on HIV and other STIs forAACR2, Secretariat of the Pacific. The Pacific Regional Strategy on HIV/AIDS () was endorsed by regional leaders at the 3 rd Pacific Islands Forum meeting held in Apia, Samoa, on 8 August important component of a comprehensive HIV/AIDS strategy.

1 pg. 43, Pacific Regional HIV/AIDS and STI Project, Project Design Document, 2 Wallace T () Inform, Inspire, Encourage - A guide to producing effective HIV/AIDS materials. Title: Microsoft Word - Commission on AIDS in the Pacific - press release - Rev 2Decdoc Author: Commission on AIDS in the Pacific Subject: United Nations, New York, 2 December – The HIV epidemic in the Pacific region risks spreading further due to high rates of sexually transmitted infections, unsafe sex, violence against women, stigma and File Size: 18KB.

PRHP Pacific Regional HIV and AIDS Project PRISP II Pacific Regional Strategy on HIV and other STIs Implementation Plan () PS TNISRHSP Policy Statement PwP Package of Prevention with PLHIV QA Quality Assurance QSSN Queen Salote School of Nursing, Nuku’alofa, Tonga RBM Results Based Management.

Z STI vaccines and other biomedical interventions Note: Although HIV infection is also an STI, this document primarily focuses on STIs other than HIV. million 47 million 26 million 93 million n 79 million 9 million WHO African Regio n WHO Region of the Americas WHO SE Asia Region WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region WHO Western Pacific.

HIV and tuberculosis (TB) in Asia and the Pacific. Nine out of the world’s 22 ‘high burden’ tuberculosis (TB) countries are in the Asia and Pacific region, which is home to more than half of all people living with TB globally.

Many countries are also facing alarming epidemics of multi-drug resistant TB. Overview. This tool offers practical advice on implementing HIV and STI programmes for and with sex workers.

It is based on the recommendations in the guidance document on Prevention and treatment of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections for sex workers in low- and middle-income countries published in by the World Health Organization, the United Nations.

Alm people are living with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in Papua New Guinea (PNG). The primary route of transmission in this moderate prevalence setting is through heterosexual sex. Thus a gendered understanding of HIV is required to inform HIV prevention, treatment and care options.

The aim of this review is to investigate understandings specifically about women and HIV Cited by: 6. NATIONAL STRATEGIC PLAN FOR HIV/STIs 6 BACKGROUND Inapproximatelypeople in the Caribbean sub-region were living with HIV.

W new infections deaths because of AIDS-related illnesses (UNAIDS ), adult HIV prevalence in the Caribbean continues to be estimated at 1% [%–].File Size: 1MB. The Pacific is currently into its second year of implementing its Regional Strategy on HIV and other STIs.

‘The Regional Strategy is based on findings from qualitative and quantitative studies undertaken by SPC and its partners during the implementation of the first regional strategy, including surveillance studies. and welfare of young people in the Western Pacific Region of the World Health Organization (WHO).

It compiles what is known about the effects of alcohol consumption on young people, the current situation in the Region regarding drinking among young people and what can be done to limit the resulting harm.

sexually transmitted infections (STIs). A regional TA3 is under way which will assess the situation of HIV/AIDS in the Pacific and identify appropriate interventions for ADB over the medium term. A regional approach to HIV/AIDS in all but Papua New Guinea and Timor-Leste is proposed as it offers potential economies of scale and opportunities.

National Strategic Plan on HIV, AIDS and STIs ABBREVIATIONS USED ADB Asian Development Bank AIDS Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome APPDO Association to Protect Population from Drug and Opium ART Anti-retroviral Treatment ARV Anti-retroviral ASAP AIDS Strategy and Action Plan BBS Biological and Behavioral Surveillance.

Sexually transmitted infections (or STIs) are infections that can be caught or passed on when you have unprotected sex, or close sexual contact, with another person who already has an STI. Using a condom for all types of sex is the best way to avoid STIs and HIV.

Vaccines can prevent certain STIs like genital warts and hepatitis B. Reducing the. This paper discusses the results of a systematic review of the Condom Social Marketing (CSM) program which was implemented in Fiji by a non-profit organization for a period of 5 years. The CSM program was introduced during a decade when Fiji was recording an escalating number of new Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) infections.

The aim of the Cited by: 2. Introduction. Worldwide, young people aged 15–24 accounted for almost half of all new HIV infections among individuals aged 15 and older in School-based sex education is an intervention that has been promoted to increase HIV-related knowledge and shape safer sexual behaviors to help prevent new infections among this vulnerable by: HIV prevalence is 2–3 times higher in the male population in the WHO European Region than in females, because injecting drug use and male-to-male sex are the predominant modes of transmission.

In western and central European countries, MSM account for about half of all HIV-infections with known.Pacific Multi-Country Mapping and Behavioural Study: HIV and STI Risk Vulnerability among Key Populations – Palau 6 Executive summary The incidence of HIV in Palau is low; there have been only 10 reported cases sinceof which three were men who have sex with men (MSM) or transgender (TG).