Prevention and Treatment of HIV and Other Sexually Transmitted Infections among Men Who Have Sex with Men and Transgender Populations. WHO, UNDP and UNAIDS (2009)

Prevention and Treatment of HIV and Other Sexually Transmitted Infections among Men Who Have Sex with Men and Transgender Populations. WHO, UNDP and UNAIDS (2009)
Surveillance and special surveys in many parts of the world show that the prevalence of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs) is high among men who have sex with men (MSM) and transgender people compared with men in the general population. These infections can be transmitted to their sexual partners, who are men and, in some parts of the world, frequently women as well. In some countries where the epidemic had previously been contained, and in countries with good practices, a resurgence of HIV and other STIs has been noted, in particular, among populations of MSM. The reasons for this resurgence are not well understood. A high HIV prevalence among MSM and transgender people is being reported from countries that had previously ignored or denied the existence of MSM in their populations.


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Rapid Assessment of Male Vulnerabilities to HIV and Sexual Exploitation in Afghanistan. Khan S, Bargami, Rasheed, et al. (2009)

Rapid Assessment of Male Vulnerabilities to HIV and Sexual Exploitation in Afghanistan. Naz Foundation International (2009) Between October- November 2008, a small rapid assessment of male adolescent sexual exploitation and abuse, along with HIV risk and vulnerability among males who have sex with males, was conducted in Kabul, Kandahar and Maz-e-Sharif in Afghanistan. Preceding this, a scoping mission, a literature review, and a training workshop for the study teams were conducted.

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Risk Behavior and HIV Prevalence among MSM: A Venue-Based Study in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Kanter J, Koh C, Razali K, et al (2009)

Risk Behavior and HIV Prevalence among MSM: A Venue-Based Study in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Kanter J, Koh C, Razali K, et al (2009)

Study Objectives:

To determine the HIV prevalence, transmission risk factors, and level of knowledge about HIV transmission methods among the MSM community of Kuala Lumpur.



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

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

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

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

Vietnam 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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2005 Cambodia STI Prevalence Survey (IBBS) - Sexually Transmitted Infections and Related Behaviors among Brothel-Based Female Sex Workers, Police, and Men Who Have Sex with Men. Sopheab H, Morineau G, Neal JJ, et al (2008)

Epidemiological Fact Sheet on HIV and AIDS Pakistan 2008 Update. WHO, UNICEF and UNICEF (2008)

The objectives of this survey were: 1) to estimate the prevalence of gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis, and related risk behaviors among three sentinel groups; 2) to estimate HIV among men who have sex with men (MSM); and 3) to provide data for planning and management of sexually transmitted infection (STI) control and prevention programs.

 

 

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Annual HIV Sentinel Surveillance Country Report 2007. National AIDS Control Organization (2008)

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The Annual Sentinel Surveillance for HIV was started in the country in 1998 using standardized methodology. It is conducted by the National AIDS Control Organization (NACO) and the States AIDS Control Societies (SACS). NIHFW has been associated with it for data collection, monitoring, analysis and preparing the country report since 1998.


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Behavioral Surveillance Survey in Timor-Leste, 2008 First Round Results for Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM). International HIV Research Group and The University of New South Wales (2008)

Behavioral Surveillance Survey in Timor-Leste, 2008 First Round Results for Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM). International HIV Research Group and The University of New South Wales (2008) Although there are limited data on HIV prevalence rates for specific sub- populations and indeed the overall population in Timor-Leste, the country is considered to have a low-level epidemic, with a national HIV prevalence of less than 0.1%.

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