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Data to Care: From Start to Finish

This presentaiton presents Data to Care, a public health strategy that uses HIV data to identify HIV- diagnosed individuals not in care, link them to care; while supporting the HIV care continuum

The Global HIV/AIDS Epidemic

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This online information sheet discusses the epidemiology of the HIV/AIDS in the world and reports that there were 36.9 million people living with HIV in 2014. It presents the facts and figures describing the current global situation, and the impact of HIV/AIDS by region, including sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, Eastern Europe and central Asia, and Asia. The information sheet also reports on the impact of HIV/AIDS on women and young people and on different sectors of society. It is noted that most people living with HIV/AIDS reside in low-and middle-income countries.

Monitoring Selected National HIV Prevention and Care Objectives by Using HIV Surveillance Data: United States and 6 Dependent Areas–2013

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This surveillance supplemental report complements the 2010 HIV Surveillance Report and part A of the surveillance supplemental report by presenting the results of additional focused analyses to measure progress toward achieving selected objectives of the National HIV/AIDS strategy (NHAS) and the DHAP Strategic Plan. It also illustrates how data from the National HIV Surveillance System can be used to assess progress on selected key objectives.

Corporate Update: AIDS Is Your Business

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This serial is a newsletter that reports on the corporate philantropic response to HIV in the United States and globally. This issue discusses the World Economic Forum's Global Health Initiative (GHI), the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation and Viacom's 'Know HIV/AIDS' global media campaign to combat HIV/AIDS, the Design Industries Fighting AIDS (DIFFA) program, the ways in which companies are helping to fund the fight against HIV/AIDS, and a report on the Global Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS (GBC).

Federal HIV/AIDS Spending: A Budget Chartbook, Fiscal Year 2002

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This fifth edition of the Federal Budget Chartbook provides a comprehensive overview of the most recent data on federal funding for HIV/AIDS by agency and major program and in the areas of care and assistance, research, prevention, and the international arena. It also includes data on spending trends since fiscal year 1995.

Case Study on Estimating HIV Infection in a Concentrated Epidemic: Lessons From Indonesia

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This report discusses the process used in Indonesia to develop estimates of the number of persons with HIV. The report discusses the reasons for making national estimates of HIV, the difficulty of making estimates when the disease is concentrated in specific populations whose behavior puts them at high risk of infection and transmission, and the challenges faced by Indonesia. It explains the process used to develop estimates, the ground rules, setting up the spreadsheets, and lessons learned.

Estudio de Caso Sobre la Estimacion de la Infeccion por el VIH en una Epidemia Concentrada: Ensenanzas de Indonesia

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This report discusses the process used in Indonesia to develop estimates of the number of people infected with HIV. The report discusses the reasons for making national estimates of HIV, the difficulty of making estimates when the disease is concentrated in specific populations whose behavior puts them at high risk of infection and transmission, and the challenges faced by Indonesia. It explains the process used to develop estimates, the ground rules, setting up the spreadsheets, and lessons learned.

[Case Study on Estimating HIV Infection in a Concentrated Epidemic: Lessons From Indonesia]

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This report discusses the process used in Indonesia to develop estimates of the number of people infected with HIV. The report discusses the reasons for making national estimates of HIV, the difficulty of making estimates when the disease is concentrated in specific populations whose behavior puts them at high risk of infection and transmission, and the challenges faced by Indonesia. It explains the process used to develop estimates, the ground rules, setting up the spreadsheets, and lessons learned.

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