HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control: an Experience of the Royal Thai Army in Thailand. UNAIDS (2004)

Thailand was one of the most severely affected countries during the early stage of the AIDS pandemic. However, the country openly addressed the problem and implemented strict and continuous preventive measures. These measures have been well recognized for their effectiveness in reducing the cumulative number of HIV infections from the previously estimated number of 6-8 million infected by the year 2000 to a more recent computerized projection of 1 million infected people. The number of new infections is estimated to be around 25,000 per year-down from the estimated annual figure of over 100,000 persons. The success of Thailandûs HIV-prevention-and-control campaigns has been internationally acknowledged.Download this publication

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