NASCOP

AcronymDefinition
NASCOPNational AIDS and STD Control Programme (Kenya)
NASCOPNASA Communications Operating Procedures
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Nascop has not released uptake figures, but the Prep popularity has been hampered by the fact users have to swallow a pill daily.
To develop a strategy that would not compromise existing VCT services, NASCOP created a task force of diverse VCT and family planning experts.
The OED mission met with government officials (including Ministry of Health, NASCOP, and the National AIDS Council; district and provincial staff); donor representatives; local and international researchers; nongovernmental and religious organizations; and health providers.
(20.) NACC, NASCOP. Kenya AIDS epidemic update 2011.
(28.) Ministry of Health, Kenya, Kenya AIDS Indicators Survey 2007, Nairobi, Kenya: National AIDS/STD Control Program (NASCOP) of the Ministry of Health, Kenya, 2009.
These programs range from volunteer counseling and testing (VCT), the National AIDS/STD Control Program (NASCOP, 2001), training of trainers (TOT), condom usage, adolescent and youth education, and mother to child prevention (MTCP).
The recent guidelines on the use of anti-retroviral drugs for treating and preventing HIV in Kenya were launched recently by the National Aids and STI Control Program (NASCOP), which is a part of the ministry of Health that is charged with spearheading the fight against HIV/Aids and STIs, is good for the country.
The National Aids and STIs Control Programme (Nascop) said only a few Kenyans were on ARVs before the year 2000.
(16.) NASCOP. HIV/AIDS and STIs in Kenya: Behavioural Surveillance Survey 2002 Summary Report: Kenya Ministry of Health, 2002.
(32.) National AIDS & ST1 Control Programme (NASCOP) and Ministry of Health (MOH), Guidelines for Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV/AIDS in Kenya, third ed., Nairobi, Kenya: NASCOP and MOH, 2009.
Researchers from the St Michael's Hospital, University of Toronto, and University of Manitoba in Canada, and Kenya's National Aids and STI Control Programme (Nascop), found that adolescent girls and young women in Mombasa are more likely to experience higher risks of HIV and gender-based violence, when they have sexual experiences at a young age or when they frequent venues associated with sex work.Researchers found that adolescent girls and young women who were forced or coerced in their first sexual experience were four to five times more likely to face ongoing gender-based violence throughout their lifetime.
(3.) Ministry of Public Health and Sanitation: Kenya National AIDS and STI Control Programme (NASCOP).