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Author
National AIDS Council Papua New Guinea
Title
Papua New Guinea National Strategic Plan on HIV/AIDS 2006-2010
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National AIDS Council Papua New Guinea, January 2006, 105 pp
Abstract

"The government's National Strategic Plan (NSP) on HIV/AIDS, 2006-2010 is the second National Plan succeeding the Medium Term Plan (1998-2002). Over the past fifteen years, the HIV/AIDS epidemic in PNG reached significant heights calling for renewed energies and directions to contain a fast spreading epidemic. Previous strategic plans developed to addreess the epidemic have laid the essential foundations upon which the next five years strategic focus should be built. Furthermore, the changing nature of the epidemic necessitates the need to embark on new initiatives while building on past experiences…
The National Strategic Plan places priority on seven (7) focus areas and are not listed in any order of priority…The seven focus areas are:
1. Treatment, counselling, care and support;
2. Education & prevention;
3. Epidemiology & surveillance;
4. Social and behavioural change research;
5. Leadership, partnership and coordination;
6. Family & community; and
7. Monitoring and evaluation"

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  • Bradley, Christine, Integrating Gender into HIV and AIDS Activities: A Guide for Implementers, National AIDS Council Secretariat; AusAID - Australian Agency for International Development, n/d, 36 pp. [ Details... ]

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  • Australian Government AusAID - Australian Agency for International Development, Responding to HIV/AIDS in Papua New Guinea: Australia's Strategy to Support Papua New Guinea 2006-10, Commonwealth of Australia, Canberra, April 2006, 23 pp. [ PDF File | Details... ]
  • UNDP - United Nations Development Programme, A Gender Audit of the National Strategic Plan on HIV/AIDS 2006-2010, UNDP/UNIFEM, PNG, June 6, 2005, UNDP, Port Moresby, June 2005, 36 pp. [ PDF File | Details... ]

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