Cambodia MSM Country Snapshot: August 2009. UNAIDS, Asia Pacific Coalition on Male Sexual Health, and HIV and AIDS Data Hub for Asia-Pacific (2009)

Cambodia MSM Country Snapshot: August 2009. UNAIDS, Asia Pacific Coalition on Male Sexual Health, and HIV and AIDS Data Hub for Asia-Pacific (2009)

MSM Country Snapshots for 17 countries have been developed as a collaborative product of UNAIDS Regional Support Team Asia-Pacific, APCOM and the HIV and AIDS Data Hub. Each 1-page snapshot pulls together the latest epidemiological and behavioural response data available from the Data Hub along with information from the Commission on AIDS in Asia Report.

Developed originally for ICAAPIX delegates, the Snapshots are aimed particularly at those who may have little or no knowledge of MSM, TG and HIV. The MSM Country Snapshots and the Regional Picture should not be regarded as “scientific" publications nor are they intended to be exhaustive in scope.

MSM Country Snapshot is being updated regularly on respective country profiles at www.aidsdatahub.org and updated countries reviews will be posted here as they become available.



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China MSM Country Snapshot: August 2009. UNAIDS, Asia Pacific Coalition on Male Sexual Health, and HIV and AIDS Data Hub for Asia-Pacific (2009)

China MSM Country Snapshot: August 2009. UNAIDS, Asia Pacific Coalition on Male Sexual Health, and HIV and AIDS Data Hub for Asia-Pacific (2009)

MSM Country Snapshots for 17 countries have been developed as a collaborative product of UNAIDS Regional Support Team Asia-Pacific, APCOM and the HIV and AIDS Data Hub. Each 1-page snapshot pulls together the latest epidemiological and behavioural response data available from the Data Hub along with information from the Commission on AIDS in Asia Report.

Developed originally for ICAAPIX delegates, the Snapshots are aimed particularly at those who may have little or no knowledge of MSM, TG and HIV. The MSM Country Snapshots and the Regional Picture should not be regarded as “scientific" publications nor are they intended to be exhaustive in scope.

MSM Country Snapshot is being updated regularly on respective country profiles at www.aidsdatahub.org and updated countries reviews will be posted here as they become available.



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Ensuring Universal Access to Comprehensive HIV Services for MSM in Asia and the Pacific. amfAR (2009)

Ensuring Universal Access to Comprehensive HIV Services for MSM in Asia and the Pacific. amfAR (2009) This report summarizes an assessment that was carried out in early 2009 to identify priorities for operations research to better understand effective models for HIV prevention, treatment, care, and support among men who have sex with men (MSM) in Asia and the Pacific.

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Gender Identity, Violence, and HIV among MSM and TG: A Literature Review and a Call for Screening. Betron M and E Gonzalez-Figueroa (2009)

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There are two primary goals of this review. First, it aims to synthesize the literature on violence and related forms of stigma and discrimination among MSM and TG, particularly those engaging in sex work, through a gender perspective. In doing so, it analyzes ways in which violence and S&D among MSM and TG are gender based. Second, the review looks at how violence and related S&D against MSM and TG affects vulnerability to HIV. 


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Health Sector Response to HIV/AIDS among Men Who Have Sex with Men: Report of the Consultation. WHO, Department of Health Hong Kong SAR, UNDP, et al (2009)

Health Sector Response to HIV/AIDS among Men Who Have Sex with Men: Report of the Consultation. WHO, Department of Health Hong Kong SAR, UNDP, et al (2009) In response to the recommendation of a global consultation on "Prevention and treatment of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections among men who have sex with men and transgender populations" held in Geneva in September 2008, and the requests for action expressed by Member States, the World Health Organization Regional Office for the Western Pacific (WHO WPRO) took the lead in organizing the first regional consultation on "Health sector response to HIV/AIDS among men who have sex with men" in Hong Kong (China) from 18 to 20 February 2009. The aim of the consultation was to discuss ways of scaling up the health sector response to the emerging HIV epidemic among men who have sex with men (MSM) and transgender persons (TG) in the Western Pacific Region. The specific objectives were related to the use of strategic information, role of advocacy and promotion of a single comprehensive package of services for MSM and TG.

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IBBS 2009, Round IV, Men Who have Sex with Men (MSM), Kathmandu Fact Sheet. USAID, ASHA Project and National Center for AIDS and STD Control (2009)

IBBS 2009, Round IV, Men Who have Sex with Men (MSM), Kathmandu Fact Sheet. USAID, ASHA Project and National Center for AIDS and STD Control (2009) This is the third round of Integrated Biological and Behavioral Surveillance (IBBS) Survey conducted among men who have sex with men (MSM) in the Kathmandu Valley. The study, funded by United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Nepal, was conducted under the National Surveillance Plan for HIV and AIDS of National Center for AIDS and STD Control (NCASC) by New ERA, STD/ AIDS Counseling and Traning Serveices (SACTS) and National Reference Laboratory (NRL) with technical support from Family Health International (FHI)/Nepal through the USAID funded ASHA Project for generating strategic information needed for monitoring the HIV epidemic and program in Nepal.

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Identifying Violence against Most-at-Risk Populations: A Focus on MSM and Transgenders - Training Manual for Health Providers. Egremy G, M Betron, and A Eckman (2009)

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Men who have sex with men (MSM) and transgenders (TG) often face stigma, discrimination, poverty, violation of human rights, and homophobia. Negative attitudes and violence toward MSM and TG are common worldwide and, in fact, are condoned by many societies. Structural and institutional discrimination and violence against MSM and TG are supported by law enforcement and healthcare providers, who often perpetrate widespread corruption, intimidation, and harassment against gay men, MSM, and TG (Medina et al., 2006; Chakaprani et al., 2002; Khan et al., 2005). In this way, violence against MSM and TG is a form of gender-based violence (GBV).


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India MSM Country Snapshot: August 2009. UNAIDS, Asia Pacific Coalition on Male Sexual Health, and HIV and AIDS Data Hub for Asia-Pacific (2009)

India MSM Country Snapshot: August 2009. UNAIDS, Asia Pacific Coalition on Male Sexual Health, and HIV and AIDS Data Hub for Asia-Pacific (2009)

MSM Country Snapshots for 17 countries have been developed as a collaborative product of UNAIDS Regional Support Team Asia-Pacific, APCOM and the HIV and AIDS Data Hub. Each 1-page snapshot pulls together the latest epidemiological and behavioural response data available from the Data Hub along with information from the Commission on AIDS in Asia Report.

Developed originally for ICAAPIX delegates, the Snapshots are aimed particularly at those who may have little or no knowledge of MSM, TG and HIV. The MSM Country Snapshots and the Regional Picture should not be regarded as “scientific" publications nor are they intended to be exhaustive in scope.

MSM Country Snapshot is being updated regularly on respective country profiles at www.aidsdatahub.org and updated countries reviews will be posted here as they become available.



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Indonesia MSM Country Snapshot: August 2009. UNAIDS, Asia Pacific Coalition on Male Sexual Health, and HIV and AIDS Data Hub for Asia-Pacific (2009)

Indonesia MSM Country Snapshot: August 2009. UNAIDS, Asia Pacific Coalition on Male Sexual Health, and HIV and AIDS Data Hub for Asia-Pacific (2009)

MSM Country Snapshots for 17 countries have been developed as a collaborative product of UNAIDS Regional Support Team Asia-Pacific, APCOM and the HIV and AIDS Data Hub. Each 1-page snapshot pulls together the latest epidemiological and behavioural response data available from the Data Hub along with information from the Commission on AIDS in Asia Report.

Developed originally for ICAAPIX delegates, the Snapshots are aimed particularly at those who may have little or no knowledge of MSM, TG and HIV. The MSM Country Snapshots and the Regional Picture should not be regarded as “scientific" publications nor are they intended to be exhaustive in scope.

MSM Country Snapshot is being updated regularly on respective country profiles at www.aidsdatahub.org and updated countries reviews will be posted here as they become available.



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Integrated Biological and Behavioral Surveillance Survey (IBBS) Men who have Sex with Men in Kathmandu Valley: Round III - 2009. New ERA, STD/AIDS Counseling and Training Services, and FHI (2009)

Integrated Biological and Behavioral Surveillance Survey (IBBS) Men who have Sex with Men in Kathmandu Valley: Round III - 2009. FHI, New ERA and STD/AIDS Counseling and Training Services (2009) Under the National Surveillance Plan for HIV and AIDS, the National Center for AIDS and STD Control (NCASC) has been conducting the Integrated Biological and Behavioral Surveillance Surveys (IBBS) among the most at-risk populations (MARPs) at regular intervals. These surveillance studies are aimed at measuring the prevalence of HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) among MARPs and assessing their health risk behaviors as well. Since 2004 such surveillance survey is being conducted regularly among men who have sex with men (MSM) also, who have been identified as a core risk group because of their high-risk sexual behavior with low levels of condom use and a high turnover of both male and female partners.

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