National Summary Report - Integrated Behavioural and Biological Assessment. Round 2 (2009-2010). Indian Council of Medical Research and FHI (2011)

IBBA NSR_R2_2009_2010

 The Integrated Behavioural and Biological Assessment (IBBA) Round one carried out in the years 2005-07 emerged as a nationally important source of data for the revision of persons living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIV) estimation in India along with data from the HIV Sentinel Surveillance (HSS) and the National Family Health Survey (NFHS-3).

 

 

 

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Behavioural Surveillance Survey, 2008 Bhutan - Technical Report. National AIDS/STI Control Programme (2009)

Behavioural Surveillance Survey, 2008 Bhutan - Technical Report. National AIDS/STI Control Programme (2009) A systematic surveillance system for HIV and risk behaviours is essential for a country to monitor its prevalence of HIV and the risks of an epidemic as well as trends over time. All available evidence in Bhutan suggests that HIV prevalence is indeed low in the country but at the same time, risks may be high.

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Integrated Behavioral Biological Surveillance 2008. Center for HIV/AIDS/STI Lao, USAID, FHI, et al (2009)

Integrated Behavioral Biological Surveillance 2008. Center for HIV/AIDS/STI Lao, USAID, FHI, et al (2009)

HIV second generation surveillance is a system of surveillance that conducts repeated surveys of both behaviors, HIV serology and prevalence of STI (which serves as a proximate measure for recent exposure to unprotected sex) among population most at risk of HIV infection. It is also a flexible system that adapts to need of the country. Survey population and sentinel sites can be adjusted from one round of survey to another to take into account the findings from the previous round or a new situation in the country.



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National Summary Report - Integrated Behavioural and Biological Assessment. Round 2 (2009-2010). Indian Council of Medical Research and FHI (2011)

IBBA NSR_R2_2009_2010

 The Integrated Behavioural and Biological Assessment (IBBA) Round one carried out in the years 2005-07 emerged as a nationally important source of data for the revision of persons living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIV) estimation in India along with data from the HIV Sentinel Surveillance (HSS) and the National Family Health Survey (NFHS-3).

 

 

 

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Behavioral Surveillance Survey 2006-07: Technical Report. National AIDS/STD Programme Bangladesh (2008)

Behavioral Surveillance Survey 2006-07: Technical Report. National AIDS/STD Programme Bangladesh (2008) For the Government of Bangladesh (GoB), the Behavioral Surveillance Survey (BSS) is a significant step in understanding and monitoring the levels of risk behavior associated with HIV infection within selected, most-at-risk populations (MARP) in the country. The current BSS, under the umbrella of an internationally recognized second-generation HIV-surveillance system documents the risk behaviors of the selected MARP groups leading to vulnerability for HIV infection. It also focuses on the situation analysis of the MARP risk behaviors between behavioral surveillance rounds.

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Biological and Behavioural Survey on HIV/AIDS: Republic of Maldives. Ministry of Health and Family Maldives and UNDP (2008)

Biological and Behavioural Survey on HIV/AIDS: Republic of Maldives. The Global Fund and UNDP (2008) The government of Maldives recognizes the central role of HIV surveillance in response to the epidemic. The 2006 Situational Assessment of the HIV situation in the country found that one of the gaps of the national response to HIV/AIDS is the existence of an active surveillance system that serves as early warning device to the epidemic state of the country.

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