Reversing the Tide: Priorities for HIV/AIDS Prevention in Central Asia

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Acronyms and Abbreviations
AFEWAIDS Foundation East-West
AIDSAcquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
ARVAntiretroviral
CACentral Asia
CARCentral Asia Republics
CCMCountry Coordination Mechanism
CDCCenters for Disease Control and Prevention
CSWCommercial Sex Worker
DCADrug Control Agency
DFIDDepartment for International Development
DOTSTB Directly Observed Therapy Short-Course
ECAEurope and Central Asia
ECA/EXTEurope and Central Asia, External Affairs
ECAVPEurope and Central Asia, Office of the Vice President
ESCMElectronic Surveillance Case-Based Management System
FMFamily Medicine
FSUFormer Soviet Union
FPGFamily Practice Group
GARGroups at Risk
GDFGlobal Drug Facility
GFATMGlobal Fund to Fight AIDS, TB & Malaria
GoKGovernment of Kyrgyz Republic
GoTGovernment of Tajikistan
GoUGovernment of Uzbekistan
HFAHealth for All
HIVHuman Immunodeficiency Virus
HRHarm Reduction
IAInstitutional Assessment
IDAInternational Development Association
IDUInjecting Drug User
IECInformation, Education and Communication Campaign
IFRCInternational Federation of Red Cross
IHRDInternational Harm Reduction Network
IHRPInternational Harm Reduction Program
IOInternational Organizations
IOMInternational Organization for Migration
IPPFInternational Planned Parenthood Federation
IUATLDInternational Union against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease
JICAJapan International Cooperation Agency
KAPKnowledge, Attitudes and Practices
KfWGerman Development Bank (Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau)
MDGsMillennium Development Goals

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