Main theme: HIV and STIs, Prevention, Treatment, ECOM work, LGBT sexual heaht, Public policy
Year of Issue: 2018
Language : ENG
The first HIV case in Estonia was diagnosed in 1988, and since then a total of 9,263 HIV cases have been reported. The rate of newly diagnosed cases of HIV has decreased over the last decade (from 46.0 cases per 100,000 in 2005 to 20.5 cases in 2015), but it has been quite stable in the last few years (25 cases per 100,000 in 2013 and 23 cases in 1 2014) . Hetero- and homosexual transmission has increased as well as the proportion of cases among people older than 34 years.
Language : EST
Esimene HIVi juhtum diagnoositi Eestis 1988. aastal, sellest ajast alates on registreeritud 9263 HIVi nakatunut. Uute diagnoositud juhtumite arv on viimase 10 aasta jooksul vähenenud (2005.
aasta 46,0 juhtumilt 100 000 inimese kohta 2015. aasta 20,5 juhtumile), kuid viimasel paaril aastal on määr olnud suhteliselt stabiilne (2013. aastal 25 juhtumit 100 000 inimese kohta ja 2014. aastal 23). HIVi edasikandumine hetero- ja homoseksuaalsel teel on sagenenud, samuti on suurenenud vanemate kui 34aastaste nakatunud inimeste osakaal.
Author:М. Касянчук, С. Чихладзе
Language : RUS
Первый случай ВИЧ в Эстонии был диагностирован в 1988 году, и с тех пор было зарегистрировано в общей сложности 9263 случая ВИЧ. В последнее десятилетие заболеваемость ВИЧ снизилась (с 46,0 случаев на 100000 человек в 2005 году до 20,5 случаев в 2015 году), но в последние несколько лет она была стабильной (25 случаев на 100 000 в 2013 году
1 и 23 случая в 2014) . Увеличилось число случаев гетеросексуального и гомосексуального инфицирования, а также доля случаев инфицирования среди людей старше 34 лет.
Main theme: HIV and STIs, Prevention, LGBT sexual heaht
Year of Issue: 2009
This study examines HIV risk behaviour knowledge, substance use and unprotected sex in a sample of 79 men who have sex with men (MSM) in Tallinn, Estonia.
Main theme: HIV and STIs, Prevention, Treatment
Year of Issue: 2013
The aim of the current project was to develop an Internet-based recruitment system for HIV and sexually transmitted infection (STI) screening for men who have sex with men (MSM) in Estonia in order to collect biological samples during behavioural studies. In 2013, an Internet-based HIV risk-behaviour survey was conducted among MSM living in Estonia.
Main theme: HIV and STIs, Prevention, Conference materials
Year of Issue: 2015
Little is known about the impact of combination HIV prevention interventions for men who have sex with men (MSM) and the impacts on the wider epidemics. Modelling analyses of MSM-specific interventions across varied HIV epidemics may inform evidence-based responses. The Goals model was adapted to project the impacts of providing HIV interventions for MSM and access to expanded coverage of antiretroviral therapy (ART) for adults to measure the effects on the MSM and adult epidemics in Peru, Ukraine, Kenya and Thailand.
There is concern that the tremendous economic, social, and political upheavals that the Republic of
Georgia has undergone in the years since the fall of the Soviet Union may have created an environment fertile for HIV transmission. Notably absent from official statistics and HIV-related research in Georgia is discussion of men who have sex with men (MSM) and, therefore, little is known about the MSM population or its potential to acquire or transmit HIV.
Main theme: Prevention, LGBT sexual heaht
Year of Issue: 2016
Assessing the Sustainability of Harm Reduction Services Through and Beyond the Transition Period from Global Fund Support to Domestic Funding.
The guide was used to train health workers on HIV/AIDS, HIV stigma and discrimination, and universal precautions – and guide the process of developing new policy guidelines on these issues.
After being used in more than 20 trainings, the guide was revised and updated to incorporate what was learned from the trainings.
Main theme: HIV and STIs, Prevention, Social welfare of LGBT people, Service standards, Cascade of HIV services
Year of Issue: 2014
Ending the AIDS epidemic is more than a historic obligation to the 39 million people who have died of the disease. It also represents a momentous opportunity to lay the foundation for a healthier, more just and equitable world for future generations. Ending the AIDS epidemic will inspire broader global health and development efforts, demonstrating what can be achieved through global solidarity, evidence-based action and multisectoral partnerships.
Program Monitoring Guidelines.
In this document, E&E countries covered include countries within USAID’s Bureau for Europe and Eurasia in Washington DC: Armenia, Albania, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Russian Federation and Ukraine.
Main theme: HIV and STIs, Prevention, Treatment, LGBT sexual heaht
Enhancing HIV, STI and other sexual health services for MSM and transgender people in Asia and the Pacific. Training package for health providers to reduce stigma in
health care settings.
Main theme: HIV and STIs, Prevention, гепатит
In all countries of the European Union and European Economic Area, men who have sex with men (MSM) are disproportionately affected by HIV and other sexually transmitted infections including gonorrhoea, syphilis, chlamydia and hepatitis B and C. In several countries in the region, the incidence of these infections has increased among MSM, in some cases markedly, over the last decade. There is evidence that services to prevent, diagnose and treat infections are not being delivered at the appropriate scale to impact on transmission patterns.
Year of Issue: 2005
This UNAIDS stakeholder meeting aimed to add detail to the actions necessary with respect to the situation, circumstances and needs of men who have sex with men. The overall goal was to identify successful and promising practices in HIV prevention with different groups of men who have sex with men based on work to date. A related goal lay in identifying work that still needs to be undertaken to strengthen international, national and local responses.
Main theme: Prevention
Year of Issue: 2010
The convening focused on population activities and context in an attempt to reach the above goals. While efforts to modify individual risk behaviors remain valuable, there was consensus that focusing solely upon individual behavioral interventions is insufficient. Environments that present risk of facilitating HIV transmission and ways to re-structure those settings to impede viral exposure must be the focus of new policy initiatives.
Main theme: HIV and STIs, Human rights, Prevention, Treatment, LGBT sexual heaht, Service standards, Community system, гепатит, сифилис
This tool was developed by men who have sex with men, programme managers, researchers and development partners who helped to research, draft and review it in collaboration with a coordinating group. The time and expertise of all the contributors listed below, and of the organizations that contributed case examples, is gratefully acknowledged.
We found 21 distinct studies analyzing the CE of HIV-prevention interventions published in the past four years (2005-2008). Seventeen CE studies analyzed biomedical interventions; only a
few dealt with behavioral and environmental/structural interventions. Sixteen studies focused on sub-Saharan Africa, and only a handful on Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe. Many HIVprevention interventions are very cost effective in absolute terms (using costs per DALY averted), and also in country-specific relative terms (in cost per DALY measured as percentage of GDP per capita).
HIV prevalence data suggest that men who have sex with men (MSM) in low-income and middle-income countries (LMIC) are at increased risk of HIV. The aim of this article is to present global estimates on key HIV prevention needs and responses among MSM in LMIC.
Year of Issue: 2007
The concept of coverage first emerged in the 1960s as a key indicator for measuring the proportion of populations that were covered by health care, particularly with respect to
communicable diseases and immunization programmes.
ISBN: 978 92 4 450743 8
В этом новом сводном руководстве по профилактике, диагностике, лечению и уходу в связи с ВИЧ-инфекцией Всемирная организация здравоохранения (ВОЗ) объединяет все существующие руководящие указания, касающиеся пяти ключевых групп населения (мужчин, имеющих секс с мужчинами; людей, употребляющих инъекционные наркотики; людей, находящихся в пенитенциарных и закрытых учреждениях; секс-работников; и трансгендеров), а также обновляет отдельные указания и рекомендации в этой области.