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(7.) AIDS Control and Prevention (AIDSCAP) Project of Family Health Internal: The Status and Trends of the Global HIV/AIDS Pandemic.
Descriptive Analysis of AIDSCAP/Haiti BCC Projects Arlington, VA: Family Health International AIDSCAP Project, 1996.
The workshop brought together 61 participants including NAP managers and observers from UNDP, UNICEF, AIDSCAP, CARE International, SIDALERTE, and Save the Children Fund (US and UK), as well as representatives of local NGOs.
For example, the percentage of HIV-infected injecting drug users in Nikolayev, a Ukrainian city on the Black Sea, rose from 1.7 percent in January 1995 to 56.5 percent eleven months later (AIDSCAP and others 1996).
The World Health Organization and UNAIDS recommend that countries conduct periodic surveys of HIV prevalence among populations likely to engage in high-risk behavior, such as patients at STD clinics and people enrolled at drug treatment centers (AIDSCAP and others 1996.
In Ukraine, the number of syphilis cases increased more than tenfold between 1991 and 1995 (AIDSCAP and others 1996).
(25.) Family Health International/ AIDSCAP. AIDS in Kenya: Socioeconomic Impact and Policy Implications.
STD patients, and injecting drug users in treatment program as part of an epidemiological surveillance system (AIDSCAP and others 1996.
program; launched in 1988, it includes the centrally funded AIDS Control and Prevention Project (AIDSCAP) as well as other activities initiated and funded by country USAID missions.
"The Evolution of HIV/AIDS Policy in Thailand: 1984-1994." AIDSCAP Policy Working Paper Series WP5.