|According to the 2007 estimates, 230,000 persons are living with HIV in the Caribbean. With an estimated adult prevalence of 1.1%, 20,000 new infections, and 14,000 deaths due to AIDS in that year, the Caribbean remains the second highest affected region in the world.
Since the beginning of the HIV epidemic, PAHO/WHO has provided technical support to the Americas to respond to the epidemic. In 2007, PHCO was given the mandate to rationalize, coordinate and manage the delivery of PAHO technical cooperation in HIV/STI in the broader Caribbean.
Launch of the new WHO Consolidated Guidelines/HIV Treatment Meeting, 24th October 2013, Trinidad and Tobago
ECOCT Steering Committee and Planning Meeting, 31st October - 1st November 2013, Trinidad and Tobago
Elimination Initiative Meeting, 11th - 14th November 2013, Barbados
Development of the HIV Epidemiological Profile for the Caribbean Countries/Territories, 20th - 22nd November 2013, Trinidad and Tobago
Flagship 1: Elimination of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV and Congenital Syphilis
Elimination Initiative Concept Document
Flagship 2: Regional Initiative for Expanding and Sustaining HIV/STI care and treatment
Treatment 2.0 At-A-Glance
ART in Spotlight
Flagship 3: Increasing access to HIV prevention, care and treatment services for key populations
Regional Consultation on Adolescent and Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health and HIV in the Caribbean
Blueprint for Comprehensive Services for Trans Persons and their communities in the Caribbean
Flaghips 4: Improving knowledge management, including surveillance, monitoring and evaluation and the dissemination of information.
2012 Progress Report EI
2010 Progress Report EI
Executive Summary Situation Analysis Adolescent Health