Category Archive for "HIV/AIDS and Desease Surveillance"

New Study Findings About Tuberculosis

Curatio International Foundation together with the Partnership for Research and Action for Health organized a meeting at the National Center for Disease Control and Public Health on 26th of December, where two different study findings were represented. Studies aimed to…

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Infographic: HIV/AIDS in Georgia

Though preventive programs are focused on the high risk population, we face slightly but growing tendency of HIV/AIDs among general population. Please follow and like us:

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HIV risk and prevention behaviours among Prison Inmates in Georgia, 2015

Curatio International Foundation continues implementation of Bio-Behavioral Surveillance Surveys (BBS) among Key Affected Populations (KAP’s) with the aim to measure HIV prevalence among KAP’s, monitor risk behaviors among these groups and generate evidence for advocacy and policy-making. The current study…

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Bio-Behavioral Surveillance Survey among Men who have Sex with Men in two major cities of Georgia, 2015

Bio-Behavioral Surveillance Survey among Men who have Sex with Men in two major cities of Georgia, 2015 Curatio International Foundation continues implementation of Bio-Behavioral Surveillance Surveys (BBS) among Key Affected Populations (KAP’s) with the aim to measure HIV prevalence among…

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Population Size Estimation of People Who Inject Drugs in Georgia, 2015

Bemoni Public Union together with Curatio International Foundation conducted a population size estimation study among injecting drug users in Georgia in 2015. This study estimated the size of People Who Inject Drugs using different estimation methods to provide the most…

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Bio-Behavioral Surveillance Survey among People Who Inject Drugs in 7 cities of Georgia, 2015

Curatio International Foundation continues implementation of Bio-Behavioral Surveillance Surveys (BBS) among Key Affected Populations (KAP’s) with the aim to measure HIV prevalence among KAP’s, monitor risk behaviors among these groups and generate evidence for advocacy and policy-making. The current study…

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HIV risk and prevention behaviors among Prison Inmates in Georgia, 2012

By 2012 there were 23 000 prisoners in the Georgian penitentiary system. Georgia had one of the highest in the world prison population rate per 100,000. The main reason for imprisonment in Georgia is drug-related crime. The majority of prisoners…

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CIF study results on 8th IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention

Findings of population size estimation study among Man who have Sex with Men (MSM) was presented to the 8th International Aids Association conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention in Vancouver, Canada in July, 2015. The study was conducted by…

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Awaiting the results of Prisoners’ Behavior Surveillance Survey (BSS)

Curatio International Foundation together with Infectious Diseases, AIDS and Clinical Immunology Research Center and Association Tanadgoma has conducted the Behavior Surveillance Survey with biomarker component. The study report of Behavior Surveillance Survey with biomarker component among 210 prisoners will be…

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HIV risk and prevention behavior among Female Sex Workers in two cities of Georgia – Bio-Behavioral Surveillance Survey with Population Size Estimation in Tbilisi and Batumi, 2014

Curatio International Foundation together with Center for Information and Counseling on Reproductive Health TANADGOMA is implementing the research project which aims to generate reliable information to plan preventive interventions targeting key populations at riks of HIV/AIDS. Currently Georgia belongs to…

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