HIV/AIDS Materials

01. 10 Reasons to Oppose Criminalization of HIV Exposure or Transmission

The push to apply criminal law to HIV exposure and transmission is often driven by the wish to respond to serious concerns about the ongoing rapid spread of HIV inmany countries, coupled by what is perceived to be a failure of existing HIV prevention efforts. These concerns are legitimate. Recently, particularly in Africa, some groups have begun to advocate for criminalization in response to the serious phenomenon of women being infected with HIV through sexual violence or by partners who do not reveal their HIV diagnoses to them.

02. A Call to Action to People Living with HIV

We are people living with HIV. Over three decades into this epidemic, we are angry that still 4500 of us are dying of AIDSrelated illnesses every day. Sixteen years after developing effective treatment, more than half of all of us who need it cannot access these life-saving drugs. The progress that has been made in treatment access is under threat.

03. ABUJA DECLARATION 2001

Abuja declaration on HIV/AIDS tuberculosis and other related infectious diseases

04. 2010 National HIV Sero-prevalence Sentinel Survey

FEDERAL MINISTRY OF HEALTH 2010 National HIV Sero-prevalence Sentinel Survey

05. Anti Discriminational Bill

An act to make provisions for the prevention of HIV discrimination and to protect the human rights and dignity of people living with HIV and affected by aids and other related matters.

06. Nigeria Demographic and Health Survey 2008

The 2008 Nigeria Demographic and Health Survey (2008 NDHS) was implemented by the National Population Commission (NPC) and fielded from June to October 2008. ICF Macro provided technical assistance as well as funding to the survey through MEASURE DHS, a project funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) that provides support and technical assistance for the implementation of population and health surveys in countries worldwide. Funding for the survey was provided by USAID and the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). Funding for the household listing and additional fieldwork

07. Doing It For Ourselves

DOING IT FOR OURSELVES: PLHIV led research into stigma in 3 African countries: Kenya, Nigeria, Zambia

08. HIV Integrated Biological and Behavioural Surveillance Survey (IBBSS) 2010

The 2010 Integrated Biological and Behavioural Surveillance Survey (IBBSS) was implemented by the HIV/AIDS Division of the Federal Ministry of Health in 2010. Family Health International (FHI) provided technical assistance through the GHAIN project, a PEPFAR-funded project in Nigeria providing support to the Government of Nigeria’s HIV/AIDS prevention, care, treatment and support programs as well as its HIV surveillance efforts.

10. National Health Bill 2008

A bill for an act to provide a framework for the regulation, development and management of a national health system and set standards for rendering health services in the federation, and other matters connected therewith

11. NEPWHAN Constitution 2012

This report represents the results from the 2007 National HIV/AIDS and Reproductive Health Survey (NARHS Plus) which was undertaken by the Federal Ministry of Health. Financial assistance for the survey was provided by U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). The Society for Family Health (SFH) provided technical support in planning implementation, data processing, analysis and report writing.

12. National HIV/AIDS Prevention Plan

Nigeria's HIV prevalence is estimated at 3.6% based on a general population survey (FMOH, 2007). The HIV prevalence among pregnant women (antenatal sentinel survey) was 4.6% (FMOH, 2008) which indicates an improvement from 5.8% in 2001. This notwithstanding, the challenge posed by HIV remains phenomenal: for every 2 new persons placed on anti-retroviral 5 new individuals get infected. Current estimate of people living with HIV in Nigeria is 2.98 million implying that over 95% Nigerians are uninfected. This scenario underscores the national strategic thrust of paying utmost attention to HIV prevention.

13. National HIV/AIDS and Reproductive Health Survey (NARHS Plus, 2007)

This report represents the results from the 2007 National HIV/AIDS and Reproductive Health Survey (NARHS Plus) which was undertaken by the Federal Ministry of Health. Financial assistance for the survey was provided by U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). The Society for Family Health (SFH) provided technical support in planning implementation, data processing, analysis and report writing.

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