Strategy I

Ensuring the access for at least 10% of general population to HIV and STI prevention services by 2015:

  1. Develop and implement a strategic communication framework for behavior change in HIV/AIDS and STIs;
  2. Involve and mobilize communities (local public authorities (including, health care, social assistance, education), church community, PLHIV, NGOs, family members affected by HIV/AIDS) to strengthen HIV and STI prevention;
  3. Provide the general population with VCT services for HIV and STIs;
  4. Design and implement HIV and STI prevention programs for risk population groups, including: migrants, mobile population, recruits, inmates, people in uniform (including from the prison system), minor and youth delinquents, as well as other marginalized groups;
  5. HIV and STI prevention actions taken among youth and adolescents within the education system;
  6. HIV and STI prevention activities among unschooled youth and adolescents;
  7. PLHIV-centered HIV and STI prevention measures;

HIV prevention among employed population through workplace programs.