Help HIV AIDS Patient, their Child in Nagpur India

by Sahyadri Gramin Vikas Bahuddeshiya Sanstha
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Help HIV AIDS Patient, their Child in Nagpur India
Help HIV AIDS Patient, their Child in Nagpur India
Help HIV AIDS Patient, their Child in Nagpur India
Help HIV AIDS Patient, their Child in Nagpur India
Help HIV AIDS Patient, their Child in Nagpur India
Help HIV AIDS Patient, their Child in Nagpur India
Help HIV AIDS Patient, their Child in Nagpur India
Help HIV AIDS Patient, their Child in Nagpur India
Help HIV AIDS Patient, their Child in Nagpur India
Help HIV AIDS Patient, their Child in Nagpur India
Help HIV AIDS Patient, their Child in Nagpur India
Help HIV AIDS Patient, their Child in Nagpur India
Help HIV AIDS Patient, their Child in Nagpur India
Help HIV AIDS Patient, their Child in Nagpur India
Help HIV AIDS Patient, their Child in Nagpur India
Help HIV AIDS Patient, their Child in Nagpur India
Help HIV AIDS Patient, their Child in Nagpur India
Help HIV AIDS Patient, their Child in Nagpur India
Help HIV AIDS Patient, their Child in Nagpur India
Help HIV AIDS Patient, their Child in Nagpur India
Help HIV AIDS Patient, their Child in Nagpur India
Help HIV AIDS Patient, their Child in Nagpur India
Help HIV AIDS Patient, their Child in Nagpur India

Summary

India has a large population and population density coupled with low literacy level and low level of awareness of HIV/AIDS making it is one of the most challenging health problem ever faced by the country. More than 90% of HIV transmission in India is related to unprotected sexual intercourse or sharing of injecting equipment between an infected and uninfected individual. The core high risk groups of individuals are most at risk female sex workers, MSM, Injecting drug users.

$10
total raised
1
donor
0
monthly donors
5
years

Challenge

India has a large population and population density coupled with low literacy level and low level of awareness of HIV/AIDS making it is one of the most challenging health problem ever faced by the country. More than 90% of HIV transmission in India is related to unprotected sexual intercourse or sharing of injecting equipment between an infected and uninfected individual. The core high risk groups of individuals are most at risk female sex workers, MSM, Injecting drug users.

Solution

Nagpur is one of the districts in Maharashtra with a high prevalence of HIV and the numbers of HIV Positive individuals detected are increasing day by day from the general community, Clients and partners of FSWs and amongst youth. Yet a large population is undetected as they maybe in the window period or may not have undergone HIV testing. HIV positivity rate of Nagpur District is 2% of HRGs and ANC prevalence rate is 0.24 %. (As per DAPCU Data)

Long-Term Impact

Reach out of HRGs & Vulnerable men & women in Urban & rural areas with information, knowledge, skills, on STI/HIV prevention and risk reduction. Objectives- The scheme aims at building a rural community model to address the complex needs of rural HIV prevention, care and support requirements in selected geographies.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).

Resources

Organization Information

Sahyadri Gramin Vikas Bahuddeshiya Sanstha

Location: Nagpur, Maharashtra - India
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Sahyadri Gramin Vikas Bahuddeshiya Sanstha
Vijay Kshirsagar
Project Leader:
Vijay Kshirsagar
Skill for Life
Nagpur, Maharashtra India

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