Fighting HIV & AIDS in Pakistan: UNICEF Strategy

Prevention of Parent-to-Child Transmission of HIV

From Prevention through Protection: Expanding the HIV Response for Children and Young People in Pakistan


HIV Prevention Strategy for Young People in Pakistan

The National HIV Prevention Strategy for Young People in Pakistan lays out the situation of young people in Pakistan, an understanding of their vulnerabilities and risk to HIV and a Strategic Frame Work targeted to stem the current trend of the epidemic and to protect young people from potential risk behaviours.

This strategy developed by the National AIDS Control Programme with support from UNICEF will help HIV programmes to reassess their current approach and revise their strategies so that in addition to ensuring the large population of young have information to protect themselves from HIV, the especially vulnerable and most-at-risk young people have targeted interventions with relevant information, skills and services.

Click the pdf (1.55 MB) link below to read: 
HIV Prevention Strategy for Young People in Pakistan  


To order hard copies, please contact:
Ms. Bettina Schunter, Project Officer HIV and AIDS, UNICEF at bschunter@unicef.org
Ms. Khola Arooj, Arooj, Project Assistant, UNICEF at karooj@unicef.org



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