AIDS

โครงการด้านเอดส์

 

AIDS R1:

THA-102-G01-H-00

AIDS R1 RCC:

THA-102-G01-H

AIDS R2:

THA-202-G04-H

AIDS R8

THA-809-G10-H

AIDS SSF:

THA-H-DDC

TB/HIV NFM

THA-C-DDC

Project Title Strengthening National Prevention and Care of HIV/AIDS Aligning Care and Prevention of HIV/AIDS with Government Decentralization to Achieve Coverage and Impact: ACHIEVED Enhancing of HIV related Care and Treatment for HIV infected mothers, their partners and children Comprehensive HIV Prevention among MARPs by Promoting Integrated Outreach and Networking (CHAMPION) Aligning Care and Comprehensive HIV-Prevention Among Youth, MARPs, Children infected and affected by HIV/AIDS and other vulnerable children by Promoting Integrated Outreach and Networking with Government Decentralization to Achieve Coverage and Impact: ACHIEVED

Stop TB and AIDS through RRTTR (STAR)

 

Goal

Prevention – To reduce risk behavior and incidence of HIV infection, sustain effective prevention and supportive environment, with particular attention to casual sex among youth, workplaces, communities, mobile population, general population, PHA group and Faith based support group in Thai society.

Care – To reduce mortality and morbidity associated with HIV/AIDS, reduce stigma through increase accessibility to ARV treatment, prophylaxis for OIs and expand sustainable comprehensive care and support

To achieve the reduction of HIV infections among youth by integrating effective

HIV/AIDS care and prevention strategies into province-based and central sector programs that can cover all youth target populations in four main settings: communities, schools, workplaces and health services.

 

 

 

To improve quality of life of HIVInfected mothers, their partners and children.

 

The program goal is to reduce new infections by providing universal access to HIV prevention services in selected provinces for most at risk populations: female sex workers (FSW), men who have sex with men (MSM) and migrant workers (MW).

 

To achieve the reduction of HIV infections by integrating effective HIV/AIDS strategies and interventions into local administrative organization, province based and central sector programmes that can cover youth (aged 12-24), Female Sex workers, MSM (Including Transgender), Prisoner, IDU, Migrant, Children infected and improving quality of life among Children infected/affected by HIV/AIDS and other vulnerable children

To end AIDS in Thailand by 2030 (reducing annual new infections to below 1000 cases (from the current 8,134 estimated new infections annually)

To reduce the prevalence of TB from 159 per 100,000 to 120 per 100,000 between 2015 and 2019.

 

Objective

1.     To increase knowledge of safe sex, reduce incorrect understandings and increase behavioral change communication in casual sex.

2.     To increase access to condom, improve attitude toward condom use among youth and adolescents

3.     To increase HIV/AIDS management programs and policies including supportive environment among all relevant institutions.

4.     To understand and increase comprehensive HIV/AIDS care and support throughout the continuum

5.     To improve technical support, monitoring/evaluation and health care system capacity

6.     To support and strengthen the PLWHA network, Faith based involvement so that their members have necessary knowledge, skills and resources to participate as equal to response to HIV/AIDS effectively

1.      To further enhance the knowledge, skills and attitudes of youth to practice healthy sexual behaviors and to accept living with HIV;

2.      To increase access to condoms among youth and People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA);

3.      To develop linkages and institutionalize integrated continuum of services for sexual health, HIV/AIDS prevention and care at the local level and to set up national sentinel sites for Antiretroviral (ART) monitoring and HIV-drug resistance surveillance;

4.      To establish and enable a coordination and mobilization mechanism at the provincial level to align HIV/AIDS prevention and care efforts with the decentralization schemes of the country; and

5.      To provide treatment, care and support services including ART for non-Thai citizens who are not eligible for health services under the National Health Insurance scheme.

1.    To increase the capacity of public health personnel in the PMTCT program as well as NGO / PLWHAs to provide care for HIV-infected mothers, their partners andchildren.

2.    To provide comprehensive care and treatment intervention for HIV infected mothers, their partners and children.

3.    To assure that government policies and implementing agencies are providing appropriate support and that there is no discrimination due to HIV status.

 

1.     To strengthen and scale up delivery of comprehensive HIV prevention services for MARPs

2.     To build a strong enabling environment for equitable and sustainable delivery of HIV services for MARPs

3.     To strengthen the strategic information system for program and policy improvement for MARPs

 

1.    To enhance knowledge, attitudes and skills for healthy sexual behaviors and improved utilization of prevention services among target populations (Young people aged 12-24, Female Sex workers, MSM, transgender people, prisoners, IDU and migrants).

2.    To increase equal and universal access to quality and gender-responsive health and social services through developed linkages and institutionalization of a continuum and comprehensive services for sexual health and HIV/AIDS prevention.

3.    To enable policy harmonization at national level and at local level through provincial mechanisms to align and integrate health, community and social protection systems with decentralized schemes.

4.    To provide treatment, care and support services for PLWHA and ART for infected non-Thai citizen who are not eligible (or have difficulty to access) for HIV services under the National Health Insurance scheme.

5.    To strengthen the strategic information system for program and policy improvement.

 

To prevent the transmission of HIV and TB by sustaining intensive behavior change activities, appropriate use of prophylaxis and the strategic use of anti-retroviral drugs.

2)  Actively find HIV and TB cases in the community and health care settings by recruiting   ‘at risk’ and ‘vulnerable populations’ into HIV testing and TB screening.

3)  To ensure early and accurate diagnosis of both diseases by improving diagnostic capability, and reducing turn-around time (by using rapid HIV testing and molecular diagnostic techniques for TB)

4)  To provide early treatment and ensure retention in care for all those diagnosed with HIV and/or TB.

5)  To foster collaborative activities across HIV and TB programs at national and sub-national levels, and ensure sustainability by strengthening linkages between community and health systems.

6)          To normalize HIV/TB and reduce stigma and discrimination

Target Group

1.     Youth, adolescent in communities, work places, school and urban mobile population

2.     PHA support group, members and families

3.     Faith based support group and communities

4.     General population

5.     HIVinfected persons throughout the country

6.     Teachers, communities leader, media and work place leaders

7.     Health care providers and volunteers

1.     Youths, adolescents in communities, work places, schools and informal education;

2.     PLWHA;

3.     Orphan and Vulnerable Children;

4.     Non-Thai citizens who are not eligible for health services under the National Health Insurance scheme;

5.     Faith based support group communities;

6.     Teachers, communities leader, media and work place leaders; and

7.     Health care providers and volunteers.

Target populations/ Area of program implementation

A. Thai populations/ 76 provinces

1) HIV-infected pregnant women.

2) Husbands/ partners of enrolled HIV infected pregnant mothers.

3) Children born to these enrolled mothers.

B. Migrants/ stateless people/ 12 provinces

1) HIV-infected pregnant women.

2) Husbands/ partners of enrolled HIV infected pregnant mothers.

3) Children born to these enrolled mothers.

Year 3 (2006) Samutsakorn, Trad, Srakaew, Srisaket

Year 4 (2007) Samutsakorn, Trad, Srakaew, Srisaket, Chiangrai, Maehongson, Rayong, Ranong

Year 5 (2008)Samutsakorn, Trad, Srakaew,  Srisaket, Chiangrai, Maehongson,Rayong,Ranong,

Chiangmai, Chacherngsao, Phetburi,Chantaburi

 

1. Migrant Workers;

2. Injecting drug users;

3. Men who have sex with men;

4. Sex workers.

 

1.    Youth (aged 12-24), including adolescents in communities, workplaces, schools and informal education;

2.    People Living with HIV/AIDS (PHA);

3.    Non-Thai citizens who are not eligible for health services under the National Health Insurance scheme (treatment and care);

4.    FSWs;

5.    MSM, including transgendered persons;

6.    Prisoners;

7.    Migrants and ethnic minorities (prevention);

8.    Children directly affected by HIV/AIDS (CABA) in need of focused services:

9.    Children made vulnerable by other causes and living in communities with high HIV prevalence; and

10. Ethnic minority children who do not have Thai citizenship and are less able to access routine essential services.

 

1.       Migrant Workers (HIV and TB)

2.     People Who Inject Drugs (HIV and TB)

3.     Sex Partners (HIV)

4.     Male and Female Sex Workers (HIV)

 

5.     Men who have Sex with Men (HIV)

6.     Prisoners (HIV and TB)

7.     Elderly (TB)

 

Period

ระยะเวลาดำเนินงาน  1 ตุลาคม 2546-30 กันยายน 2551

 

โครงการระยะที่ 1 ระยะเวลา

3 ปี 1 ตุลาคม 2551-

30 กันยายน 2554

ระยะเวลาดำเนินงาน 1 พฤศจิกายน 2546- 31 ตุลาคม 2551 ขยายการดำเนินงานต่อ 6 เดือน ถึง 30 เมษายน 2552

 

โครงการระยะที่ 1 ระยะเวลา

2 ปี 1 กรกฎาคม 2552-30 มิถุนายน 2554

โครงการระยะที่ 1 ระยะเวลา 3 ปี 1 ตุลาคม 2554-30 กันยายน 2557

 

ระยะเวลาดำเนินงาน 1 มกราคม 2558 ถึง 31 ธันวาคม 2559 ขยายการดำเนินงานต่อถึง 31 ธันวาคม 2560
Budget จำนวน104,864,001 USD จำนวน 56,157,021 USD จำนวน 12,206,744 USD จำนวน 15,071,273USD จำนวน 53,744,431 USD จำนวน 25,075,207.00 USD
Sub-Recipient

12 SRs: BATS Care, BATS Prevention, ACCESS, DPF,

HIV-NAT, PHPT, NCA, PATH, RTF, TBCA, YMAT, PDF

14 SRs: BATS Care, BATS Prevention,BATS STIs, ACCESS, DPF,

HIV-NAT, PHPT, NCA, PATH, RTF Care, RTF Prevention, TBCA, TNAF, YMAT, PDF

2 SRs: DOH and TNAF 7 SRs BOE, DMS, DOC, DOH, NAMC, PPAT, RSAT

21 SRs: BATS, BOE, DMS, DOC, DOH, MSDHS, NAMC,

ACCESS, DPF, HIV-NAT, PHPT, NCA, PACT, PATH, RTF, TBCA, TNAF, YMAT, PRI, PDF, PPAT

4 SRs: SR-BATS, SR-NAMC, SR-BTB, SR-WVFT