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Author Group, World Bank
Title Global HIV Epidemics among Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM) : Epidemiology, Prevention, Access to Care, and Human Rights
Imprint Herndon : World Bank Publications, 2011
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Directions in Development
Note Intro -- Half Title Page -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Abbreviations -- Executive Summary -- Chapter 1 Introduction -- Note -- References -- Part I Epidemic Scenarios and Focus Countries -- Chapter 2 Introduction to the Epidemic Scenarios -- Methods -- Results -- Bibliography -- Chapter 3 Scenario 1 Country Studies: Brazil and Peru -- Brazil: Early Interventions, Early Successes -- Peru: A Country with Complex Subgroups and Networks -- References for Brazil -- References for Peru -- Chapter 4 Scenario 2 Country Studies: Russian Federation and Ukraine -- Russian Federation: An Expanding HIV Epidemic among MSM -- Ukraine: Hidden HIV Epidemic among MSM -- References for Russian Federation -- References for Ukraine -- Chapter 5 Scenario 3 Country Studies: Kenya, Malawi, and Senegal -- Kenya: Developing the Evidence Base for Effective HIV Prevention among MSM -- Malawi: Characterizing HIV Risk among MSM in a Generalized Epidemic -- Senegal: An HIV Epidemic among MSM That Is Not Linked to That of the General Population -- References for Kenya -- References for Malawi -- References for Senegal -- Chapter 6 Scenario 4 Country Studies: India and Thailand -- India: Complex Taxonomies of MSM with Multifaceted Epidemics of HIV -- Thailand: High HIV Prevalence and Incidence among Gay Men, other MSM, and Transgenders (Katoey) -- References for India -- References for Thailand -- Chapter 7 Middle East and North Africa -- Egypt -- Lebanon -- Morocco -- Pakistan -- Sudan -- Tunisia -- References -- Part II Combination HIV Prevention Interventions -- Chapter 8 Combination HIV Prevention Interventions for MSM: An Umbrella Review of the Evidence and Recommendations -- Methods -- Findings -- Discussion: Implications of Diversity and Consistency -- References -- Part III Modeling
Chapter 9 Modeling MSM Populations, HIV Transmission, and Intervention Impact -- Adapting and Using the Goals Model to Estimate HIV Prevalence and Incidence -- Methods -- Results -- References -- Chapter 10 Modeling Cost and Cost-Effectiveness -- Methods -- Results for Kenya, Peru, Thailand, and Ukraine -- Annex 10.A -- Notes -- References -- Part IV A Broader Policy Perspective -- Chapter 11 Policy and Human Rights -- The UN Family, PEPFAR, and Rights and Policies Relating to MSM -- Current Legal Status of MSM in LMICs -- Focus Countries -- Modeling the Effect of Enabling Policy Environments -- Policy Findings -- Policy Contexts and Programming -- The Human Rights Framework and MSM Programming -- References -- Appendix A: Price Tag for a Comprehensive Prevention and Treatment Program for MSM -- Methods -- Results -- Discussion -- References -- Appendix B: Extension of the Cost Analysis to Additional Selected Countries -- Reference -- Index -- Back Cover
This report explores the emerging epidemics of HIV among men who have sex with men (MSM) in low and middle income countries (LMIC). A case study approach is used to explore these epidemics in detail in Peru, Ukraine, Kenya, and Thailand. Systematic reviews of epidemiology and prevention science were used to understand these epidemics, and to assess the evidence for interventions in prevention, access to care and treatment, and human rights protections. The Goals model was then used to assess the potential impact at country level of responding to epidemics among MSM. Benefits were seen for overall HIV epidemic control in all four countries with greater investment in MSM prevention, treatment, and care. Costing and cost-effectiveness work found these interventions to be cost effective. Human rights and policy analyses were consistent with the epidemiology and costing?responding to HIV among MSM is both a public health priority and a human rights imperative
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Group, World Bank Global HIV Epidemics among Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM) : Epidemiology, Prevention, Access to Care, and Human Rights Herndon : World Bank Publications,c2011 9780821387269
Subject HIV infections.;Male homosexuality.;World health
Electronic books
Alt Author Beyrer, Chris
Wirtz, Andrea L
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