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Epidemiology: Focuses on the dynamics and response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic in South Asia

HIV in South Asia: Understanding and Responding to a Heterogeneous Epidemic, by David Wilson, Senior Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist, The Global HIV/AIDS Program, November 28, 2005.

HIV Epidemics in the South Asia Region: Strategic Considerations, by James Blanchard, University of Manitoba, November 28, 2005.

AIDS in Asia Situation: Planning and Implementing Appropriate and Timely Responses - A presentation by Tim Brown and Neff Walker.

AIDS in Asia: Face the Facts - A 2004 report by MAP (Monitoring the AIDS Pandemic) focuses on the dynamics and response to the epidemic in largely on prevention of HIV among adults and adolescents. It focuses largely on East, South-East and South Asia, though it also includes information from some Central Asian nations, as well as some of the developing countries of the Pacific.

Sex Work and HIV/AIDS in Asia - A 2005 report by MAP (Monitoring the AIDS Pandemic) summarizes what researchers have learned about the epidemiology of HIV/AIDS within Asian commercial sex networks and discusses the programmtic implications of those findings.

Male-Male Sex and HIV/AIDS in Asia -  A 2005 report by MAP (Monitoring the AIDS Pandemic) summarizes what researchers have learned about the epidemiology of HIV/AIDS among Asian Male-Male Sex and discusses the programmtic implications of those findings.

A Monitoring and Evaluation Framework for Concentrated Epidemics and Vulnerable Populations - A presentation by David Wilson, Global HIV/AIDS Monitoring Team (GAMET) and Global HIV/AIDS Program (GHAP)

The South African male circumcision trial recently stopped two years early when the interim analysis showed a 65% protective effect, presentation at the Rio AIDS conference.




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