HIV/AIDS

The survey was conducted to discover knowledge, attitude, practice and behavior (KAPB) on HIV/AIDS prevention of people living at 2 districts in Hoa Binh province. The main specific objectives comprised: (1) to study the responses to HIV/AIDS of people focusing on IEC and BCC activities; (2) to assess accessibility and utility of heath care services at different levels of the project sites; (3) to assess the needs for capacity building of the officials involved in HIV/AIDS activities. This survey was implemented in March, 2004.
The study was implemented in July, 2004 to achieve the following objectives: (1) to characterize the gaps in needs and reproductive health care services (RHCSs) for HIV/AIDS infected women and (2) to make appropriate recommendations on quality improvement of RHCSs) and to curb the increase in HIV cases at the community. Information obtained in this qualitative study relied on in-depth interviews and group discussions with the participation of 49 subjects in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.
To achieve the Millennium Development Goals, a series of important activities have been implemented by National AIDS program in order to identify major constraints and shortcomings of the program and to overcome them in the forthcoming time. One of these activities is to conduct the Study on the organization system of the National AIDS Program in Vietnam from the central to provincial levels which objectives aimed to map out a blueprint for improvement of the organization system of the program. This study was carried out in August, 2003.