5 edition of Outcome evaluation of the Frontiers HIV Prevention Programme in Andhra Pradesh found in the catalog.
Outcome evaluation of the Frontiers HIV Prevention Programme in Andhra Pradesh
C. K. George
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||C.K. George, Immaculate Mary, Francis Raj.|
|Series||Report series -- RP 45/2007|
|Contributions||Mary, Immaculate., Raj, Francis., Institute of Health Systems (Hyderabad, India), Frontiers Prevention Programme.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||181 p. :|
|Number of Pages||181|
|LC Control Number||2009346808|
Promoting HIV Prevention and Testing: Evaluation of the Integrated AIDS Program-Thika in Kenya ThurmanTR, Hutchinson P, Lavin B, Ikamari L () Community Education and Sensitization as an OVC Care and Support Strategy: Evaluation of the Integrated AIDS Program-Thika in Kenya. Information on cost-effectiveness of the range of HIV prevention interventions is a useful contributor to decisions on the best use of resources to prevent HIV. We conducted this assessment for the state of Andhra Pradesh that has the highest HIV burden in India. Based on data from a representative sample of public-funded HIV prevention programs of 14 types in Andhra Pradesh Cited by:
Assessment of Awareness about HIV/AIDS and Operationalization of Interventions in Rural Population of Raigad District, India that effective prevention strategies already exist. The present districts of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. When comparing Maharashtra to Andhra Pradesh . In spite of effective strategies to eliminate mother-to-child-transmission of HIV, the implementation of such strategies remains a major challenge in developing countries. In India, programs for the prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) have been scaled up widely since However, these programs reach only a small percentage of pregnant women, and their overall Cited by:
The authors assessed a large-scale HIV prevention program, the Avahan India AIDS Initiative, which targeted high-risk men who have sex with men (MSM) and transgender (TG) populations in Andhra Pradesh, evaluating program coverage, intermediate outcomes, and HIV and sexually transmitted infection (STI) rates using program monitoring data and data from two cross-sectional surveys. National HIV and AIDS Monitoring, Evaluation and Research Framework (//13) v Foreword The National AIDS Control Council, in partnership with a wide range of stakeholders, developed the Kenya National AIDS Strategic Plan //13 (KNASP III).
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Discussion: The process evaluation showed that the NEP was implemented as planned and that the participants’ perceptions were positive. The use of the NE manual, participant’s work book, flipcharts and brochure demonstrated the practicality of incorporating behavioural theories in NE for : Temitope K.
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Dhanraj: RP44/ Price: INR - US $ Health Outcomes: Increased prevalence of HIV at follow-up; decreased prevalence of STIs Behavior Change: Increased condom use with clients and regular partners Pandey A, Mishra RM, Sahu D et al.
Heading towards the Safer Highways: an assessment of the Avahan prevention programme among long distance truck drivers in India. Avahan, the India AIDS initiative began HIV prevention interventions in in Andhra Pradesh (AP) among high-risk groups including female sex workers (FSWs), to help contain the HIV epidemic.
This manuscript describes an assessment of this intervention using the published Avahan evaluation framework and assesses the coverage, outcomes and changes in STI and HIV. Targeted HIV/STI interventions for FSWs have been implemented in the region sinceand fall under the remit of a large-scale HIV prevention program (the National AIDS Control Organization [ Methods.
Based on data from a representative sample of public-funded HIV prevention programs of 14 types in Andhra Pradesh, we have recently reported the number of HIV infections averted by each type of HIV prevention intervention and their by: Many HIV intervention programmes have disappointing outcomes, often ascribed to a lack of community ‘buy-in’.
It is often the case that outsiders such as academics, multilateral agencies, or international organisations implement interventions without assessing their relevance to their particular target by: Background This paper describes the process of setting up community-based organisations (CBOs) of sex workers during the 5-year community mobilisation initiative of the Swagati project, an HIV prevention programme in nine coastal districts of Andhra Pradesh.
Method The Swagati project facilitated the formation of 11 CBOs through partnerships with local non-governmental Cited by: India has an estimated million to million people living with HIV; it has the highest number of HIV-positive people in Asia and ranks third in the world.
The Frontiers Prevention Project (FPP) was implemented in to conduct targeted prevention intervention geared towards female sex workers (FSW) and men who have sex with men (MSM) in the state of Andhra Pradesh (AP).Cited by: Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Nagaland have started showing declining trends.
The sentinel surveillance results of also reinforce the stabilization trends indicating that the expected outcomes of NACP-II have broadly been accomplished. notes. 2 Rajesh Kumar et al, NATIONAL AIDS CONTROL PROGRAMME () 7 7File Size: 2MB. The Avahan HIV prevention initiative is a major effort funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation that aims to reduce HIV transmission in the general population by focusing HIV prevention efforts on female sex workers and their clients, men who have sex with men, truck drivers and injecting drug users who are at high risk of getting HIV .
Cited by: 9. The Frontiers Prevention Project (FPP) was implemented in by the International HIV/AIDS Alliance to conduct targeted prevention interventions for key populations (KP), defined as those at high risk for HIV infection and transmission, in the state of Andhra by: Background Few models of how community mobilisation works have been elaborated in the scientific literature, and evaluation of the impact of these programmes on HIV and other health outcomes is extremely limited.
Avahan, the India AIDS Initiative, has been implementing community mobilisation as part of its prevention programming with groups of high-risk individuals across six Cited by: Avahan, the India AIDS Initiative, a large-scale HIV prevention program, using peer-mediated approaches and STI services, was implemented for high-risk groups for HIV in six states in India.
This paper describes the assessment of the program among Cited by: 1. Author(s): George,C K; Mary,Immaculate; Raj,Francis; Institute of Health Systems (Hyderabad, India); Frontiers Prevention Programme. Title(s): Outcome evaluation. Female sex workers (FSWs) are a key population at risk for HIV infection in India, with a prevalence that is 20 times higher than the general population .Beginning inlarge scale, targeted HIV prevention programs, including the Avahan program funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, were implemented among FSWs and other key populations in high prevalence states, Cited by: 8.
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Truck drivers and cleaners are known to be at increased risk for HIV and other STIs . HIV prevention services for truck drivers in Andhra Pradesh are provided by the Andhra Pradesh State AIDS Control Society (APSACS) through non-governmental organizations (NGOs).Cited by: We have previously reported that even though the publicly-funded HIV prevention programmes for truck drivers in the State of Andhra Pradesh are cost-effective 7, truckers on an average made only contacts annually with these programmes which was grossly inadequate to yield desired and sustained HIV intervention impact 8.
HIV prevention interventions have been focused on truckers in India since with funding from the National AIDS Control Cited by: 7. epidemiological evidence and HIV prevention programming history and indicators.
To characterize current HIV transmission dynamics, for risk groups and the general population, in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. To assess the collective impact of all HIV preventive interventions in place in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. Pradesh that has the highest HIV burden in India. Methods: Based on data from a representative sample of public-funded HIV prevention programs of 14 types.
in Andhra Pradesh, we have recently reported the number of HIV infections averted by each type of HIV. prevention intervention Cited by: The prevention programs were estimated to have prevented 9, new HIV infections in fiscal year in Andhra Pradesh. The greatest number of infections averted was among MSM and sex workers at infections and infections per 1, targeted population, respectively.The trends of cost-effectiveness of the various public-funded HIV prevention interventions in our analysis from Andhra Pradesh state may be applicable to the other high HIV burden states in southern India, but it would be difficult to generalise these trends to the other states which have a lower level of HIV burden and less developed HIV prevention services at this by: