By Jai P Narain
This quantity discusses the numerous advances in HIV study, new projects and their promise for program within the Asian zone. It highlights the severe desire for nationwide dedication and sufficient assets, and for addressing the underlying HIV-risk comparable behaviours and vulnerabilities. The participants additionally learn the idea that of accomplished care - from domestic and from the neighborhood to the institutional point - in addition to supplying modern details on HIV drug and vaccine improvement.
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Ying-Ru Lo and Tim Farley (2000). Trends in prevention of mother-to-child transmission. Journal of Health Management, 2(2), 201–18. Zaw, Myint (2000). Epidemiologic programming to present transfusion-related HIV infection. Journal of Health Management, 2(2), 257–62. 2 million people are living with HIV/AIDS in Asia and the Pacific with almost 1 million new infections estimated to have occurred in 2002 (UNAIDS 2003). With national prevalence rates above 1 per cent, Cambodia, Myanmar and Thailand are the worst affected countries in the region.
In most cases HIV-positive recruits are rejected and HIV-positive personnel discharged from service. Reports of new HIV incidents within uniformed services will, consequently, be low and can appear even lower than the national average (Healthlink Worldwide 2002). For instance, the most recent figures on HIV prevalence within the Indian army show that only 1,400 soldiers were living with HIV in 1999 (UNDP 2003). 1 million strong army in a country with almost 4 million infected people. In countries where information on risk behaviour and HIV prevalence is made public, it is not always possible to obtain information on the methodology used.
AIDS in Asia: The Challenge Continues by Jai P Narain