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FOR REGIONAL DIRECTORS

Letter of Request for NDP to serve as enumerators for there CSS on ASEAN G2Z







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PNAC, NYC to stage AIDS memorial in Manila on 16 May 2014






Txt HIV to 8504 Campaign

A Phansup initiative in collaboration with the Philippine National AIDS Council, Globe Telecom, S&S Technologies, LGU Social Hygiene Clinics of the cities of Manila/Quezon/Pasay, St. Camillus Woodwater Center for Healing and key MSM Community groups; and with support from the International HIV/AIDS Alliance.




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5th AIDS Medium Term Plan Mid-Term Review

The External Review of the Fifth AIDS Medium Term Plan (2011-2016 Philippine Strategic Plan on HIV and AIDS) showed the progress of the implementation of the AMTP in the last three years (2011-2013). This assessment showed the recommendation to strengthen and improve the HIV response.

 



2012 AIDS Global AIDS Response Progress Report

The AIDS epidemic in the Philippines has been rapidly changing in the past five years.  The increase in the number of new HIV infections is at a pace the country has never seen before.  From one new case every three days in year 2000, to one new case every three hours by the end of 2011.





2011 MARP and PLHIV Estimates

The estimates were presented to a bigger multi-sectoral group to gain their consensus for these country estimates.The PLHIV estimates used the latest version of the UNAIDS software, Epidemiological Estimation Package (EPP)/Spectrum.




The 5th AIDS Medium Term Plan (2011- 2016): Philippines

The 5th AIDS Medium Term Plan (5th AMTP) envisions the halt to the present rate of HIV infection in the Philippines by preventing the further spread of HIV infection and reducing the impact of the disease on individuals, families, communities, and various sectors.







2011 - 2016 National Monitoring and Evaluation Plan

The AIDS epidemic in the Philippines has been rapidly changing in the past five years. The increase in the number of new HIV infections is at a pace the country has never seen before. From one new case every three days in year 2000, to one new case every three hours by the end of 2011.