IASC Guidelines for Addressing HIV in Humanitarian Settings Manual

IASC Guidelines for Addressing HIV in Humanitarian Settings

The IASC guidelines for HIV/AIDS Interventions aim to assist individuals and organizations in their efforts to address the special needs of people living with HIV in humanitarian settings, and emphasize the minimum required actions needed to manage HIV/AIDS in the early phase of humanitarian settings. The guidelines are applicable in any emergency setting, whether the prevalence of HIV/AIDS is high or low.

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