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XV International AIDS Conference, Bangkok Thailand

in THAILAND, 16/07/2004

Prevention, Access, Choices: Men Who Have Sex with Men in a Developing Country Context  

The Kaiser Foundation has been publishing reports on the XV International AIDS Conference, Bangkok, Thailand. Here is what they have published on MSM Aids prevention.

Prevention, Access, Choices: Men Who Have Sex with Men in a Developing Country Context  7/15/2004


* "Masculinities, Sexualities, Identities: Male-to-Male Sex and HIV-1 risk"
Shivananda Khan, India

* "Sexual Orientation, Violence and AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa: Policy and Program Recommendations"
Chukuemweka Anyamele, Nigeria

* Presentation title to be announced in program supplement
Carlos Caceres, Peru

Prevention, Access, Choices: Men Who Have Sex with Men in a Developing Country Context 7/15/2004
XV International AIDS Conference, Bangkok, Thailand

Publications and Reports

"Developing HIV Prevention Programmes for Men Who have Sex with Men"
International HIV/AIDS Alliance, 2003

"Health Care Screening for Men Who Have Sex with Men"
American Academy of Family Physicians, 2003

"HIV/AIDS Interventions With Men Who Have Sex With Men"
Outlines some important elements for implementing successful MSM programs.
Family Health International, 2003

"Out of the Shadows: Male to Male Sexual Behavior in Cambodia"
In response to the lack of information on male to male sexual behaviour in Cambodia, the Alliance and KHANA (the Alliance's linking organisation in Cambodia) conducted a study in 2002 to fully understand the concerns, sexual health issues and risks faced by men who have sex with men in Cambodia. This report presents the study's findings.
AIDS Alliance, September 2003

"Meeting the Sexual Health Needs of Men Who Have Sex with Men in Senegal"
Research conducted in many countries has highlighted the vulnerability of men who have sex with men (MSM) to HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Yet in Africa, they receive little attention in HIV/AIDS programming and service delivery because of widespread denial and stigmatization of homosexual behavior. This report describes research carried out in Dakar, Senegal to elicit information about the needs, behaviors, knowledge, and attitudes of MSM.
Population Council, 2002


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