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Author
Lowe, David; Caroline Francis
Title
Protecting People on the Move: Applying Lessons Learned in Asia to Improve HIV/AIDS Interventions for Mobile People
Editor
Family Health International
Imprint
FHI - Family Health International, 2006, 28 pp
ISBN/ISSN
974-94322-6-6
Description

Reproduced with the kind permission of Family Health International.

Abstract

"Family Health International (FHI) is a recognized leader in HIV/AIDS prevention, care and support efforts around the world. Through USAID-funded global initiatives such as AIDSCAP and IMPACT Projects, FHI and its partners have targeted those who are most vulnerable to the disease. FHI’s work with mobile people in Asia began since early 1990s, with HIV/AIDS prevention programming and surveillance among truckers in India and Nepal. Since then, FHI has pioneered a number of regional and single-country mobility and HIV/AIDS initiatives across South and Southeast Asia. In this document, we recount some of our experiences, lessons and themes that have emerged from over a decade of mobility and HIV/AIDS programming in the Asian region."

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