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High coverage sites : HIV prevention among injecting drug users in transitional and developing countries : case studies.

Author: Dave Burrows; Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS.
Publisher: Geneva, Switzerland : UNAIDS, ©2006.
Series: UNAIDS best practice collection.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : International government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Report investigates programmes and sites in developing and transitional countries which were regarded by international authorities as "high coverage sites" i.e. where more than 50% of injecting drug users had been reached by one or more HIV prevention programmes. Each case study includes a description of the development of the programme and features of the services provided, an estimation of programme coverage,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Evaluation Study
Electronic books
Case studies
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
High coverage sites.
Geneva : UNAIDS, 2006
(DLC) 2006502802
Material Type: Document, Government publication, International government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Dave Burrows; Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS.
ISBN: 9291736023 9789291736027 9789291735310 9291735310
OCLC Number: 104812776
Notes: Title from PDF title page (viewed Mar. 15, 2006).
Prepared by Dave Burrows.
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Tables; Abbreviations and Terms; Executive Summary; 1. Introduction and Methods; Definitions; 2. Case Studies: Eastern Europe; 2.1 Soligorsk, Belarus; 2.1.1 Summary; 2.1.2 Drug use and HIV situation; 2.1.3 History; 2.1.4 Features of services; 2.1.5 Coverage; 2.1.6 Maintaining and expanding coverage; 2.1.7 Further reading; 2.2 Pskov, Russian Federation; 2.2.1 Summary; 2.2.2 Drug use and HIV situation; 2.2.3 History; 2.2.4 Features of services; 2.2.5 Coverage; 2.2.6 Maintaining and expanding coverage; 2.2.7 Further reading; 2.3 Sumy, Ukraine; 2.3.1 Summary 2.3.2 Drug use and HIV situation2.3.3 History; 2.3.4 Features of services; 2.3.5 Coverage; 2.3.6 Maintaining and expanding coverage; 2.3.7 Further reading; 3. Case Studies: Asia; 3.1 Dhaka, People's Republic of Bangladesh; 3.1.1 Summary; 3.1.2 Drug use and HIV situation; 3.1.3 History; 3.1.4 Features of services; 3.1.5 Coverage; 3.1.6 Maintaining and expanding coverage; 3.1.7 Further reading; 3.2 Rajshahi, People's Republic of Bangladesh; 3.2.1 Summary; 3.2.2 Drug use and HIV situation; 3.2.3 History; 3.2.4 Features of services; 3.2.5 Coverage; 3.2.6 Maintaining and expanding coverage 3.2.7 Further reading3.3 Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (Hong Kong SAR), People's Republic of China; 3.3.1 Summary; 3.3.2 Drug use and HIV situation; 3.3.3 History; 3.3.4 Features of services; 3.3.5 Coverage; 3.3.6 Maintaining and expanding coverage; 3.3.7 Further reading; 4. Case Studies: Latin America; 4.1 Salvador, Brazil; 4.1.1 Summary; 4.1.2 Drug use and HIV situation; 4.1.3 History; 4.1.4 Features of services; 4.1.5 Coverage; 4.1.6 Maintaining and expanding coverage; 4.1.7 Further reading; 5. Lessons learnt: High-coverage sites; 5.1 Common features of high-coverage programmes 5.2 Challenges for comprehensive HIV-related programmes5.3 Minimal coverage monitoring and estimation; 5.4 Recommendations for further research
Series Title: UNAIDS best practice collection.
Other Titles: HIV prevention among young injecting drug users in transitional and developing countries

Abstract:

Report investigates programmes and sites in developing and transitional countries which were regarded by international authorities as "high coverage sites" i.e. where more than 50% of injecting drug users had been reached by one or more HIV prevention programmes. Each case study includes a description of the development of the programme and features of the services provided, an estimation of programme coverage, factors that led to high coverage, and a discussion of ways to maintain and expand coverage.

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