ASEAN and HIV Prevention amongst People who Inject Drugs: The Need for an Effective and Sustainable Response. Phillips SK. (2018)


Between 2010 and 2016, Asia and the Pacific registered one of the steepest declines in HIV infecti ons globally, with prevalence rates dropping by approximately 13%. Despite this overall reduction, HIV prevalence among people who inject drugs in  Southeast Asia remains among the world’s highest. Regionally, seven of the ten countries with the highest rates of HIV among people who inject drugs are member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).

Keywords: HIV, AIDS, PWID, harm reduction, drugs


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