The goal of the assistance is to halt and begin to reverse the spread of HIV/AIDS in the Pacific by 2015. The purpose is to have an effective response to HIV/AIDS in place in Pacific Developing Member Countries in regard to government and community capacity to address HIV/AIDS, through the implementation of the ADB Pacific region roadmap on HIV/AIDS.
The Project has four components: (i) Strengthening surveillance. This component focuses on developing national HIV/AIDS surveillance capacity, with a focus on developing methodologies and skills for conducting second-generation surveys to better understand the status of and risk factors governing HIV infection and prevention among high-risk subpopulations across the region. The activities will focus mainly on building capacity so that the countries and the region can mobilize and target resources to curb growing rates of
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