|My song against AIDS|
|Data briefs: Progress and disparity|
Asia strives to control epidemic
India is now swamped with the second largest number of HIV-infected people, and the disease is menacing populations in Cambodia, Myanmar, Thailand and other Asian countries.
UNICEF, other UN agencies, national governments and NGOs have initiated several programmes to combat this epidemic.
A project on the social marketing of condoms, run by Population Services International, is helping expand knowledge on HIV prevention and the availability of condoms throughout the country. But its outreach is still very limited. Inadequate support from donors and the Myanmar governments own ambivalent attitude regarding the seriousness of the HIV/AIDS epidemic are leading to efforts that are not commensurate with the magnitude of the problem.