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CHA.HIV. Regional and Subregional Planning

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PAHO is the UN agency with the primary mandate to strengthen the health sector in the Americas. In 2005, it developed a comprehensive strategy to intensify efforts to scale up the health-sector response to HIV/STI in the Americas. The Regional HIV/STI Plan for the Health Sector, 2006–2015 was endorsed by member countries in the Directing Council of September 2005, and launched by PAHO in November 2005. Subsequently, subregional plans were developed for the Andean countries and the Caribbean.

These regional and subregional plans are tools to assist health services and systems in the Americas to respond more effectively to the HIV epidemic and to prevent and control STIs.

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Priority Intervention: HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and care in the health sector (2010) (WHO)

WHO and UNAIDS Resource Kit for Writing Global Fund HIV Proposals for Round 9

PAHO HIV Biennial Report 2008 - 2009 (2009)

Analysis of the HIV Situation in the Andean Subregion 2003-2005: Andean Subregional HIV Plan for the Health Sector 2007-2010 (2007) (Spanish)

PAHO Caribbean HIV/STI Plan for the Health Sector, 2007 to 2011 (2007)

Toward Universal Access to HIV Prevention, Care, and Treatment : 3 by 5 Report for the Americas (2006)

What UN Staff in Latin America and the Caribbean need to say about the HIV epidemic (2005)

Regional HIV/STI Plan for the Health Sector 2006 - 2015 (2005)

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Meetings and Workshops

Executive Summary of the PAHO Regional HIV and TB/HIV Meetings (November 2008) (Spanish only)

PAHO HIV Focal Points and National HIV Program Coordinators Meeting Report (November 2008) (Spanish only)

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