Discovering Global Success: Future Directions for HIV Prevention in the Developing World

The National Institutes of Health’s Fogarty International Center in collaboration with a number of other agencies sponsored the Fogarty Workshop on International HIV/AIDS Prevention Research Opportunities on April 18-20, 1998. The AIDS Research Institute at the University of California, San Francisco hosted the Workshop. The purpose of the workshop was to identify a package of effective HIV prevention interventions and develop a list of priority research goals that combine biomedical, behavioral and social interventions for HIV prevention in developing countries. The goal was to encourage research that would be feasible and relevant for developing countries with limited resources.

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Author(s): Margaret Chesney, Steve Morin, Thomas J. Coates
Category: International, Policy
Resource Type: Reports and Monographs
Published: April, 2000