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Senior Minister Ieng Mouly, Chair of the National AIDS Authority Presides over the NAA Top Management Meeting of April 2022 at NAA Meeting Room B and via Zoom Virtual Meeting Platform

On the morning of May 2, 2022, from 09.00 a.m., Senior Minister Ieng Mouly, Chair of the National AIDS Authority presided over the NAA Top Management Meeting of April 2022. The meeting was participated by Vice-Chairs, Advisors, Secretary General, Director and Deputy Director of Cabinet, Deputy Secretaries-General, Directors and Deputy Directors of Departments, Assistants, Chiefs and Deputy Chiefs of Offices, Officials and Technical Assistants at the NAA Meeting Room B and via Zoom Virtual Meeting Platform. Agenda of the meeting are as follows: 1) Presentation on Brief Report on Performance and Results in April and Target in May 2022 by H.E. Chhim Khindareth, Secretary General of NAA 2) Presentation on Updates on Coordination for HIV and AIDS Response by H.E. Dr. Tia Phalla, Vice-Chai...read more »

Senior Minister Ieng Mouly, Chair of the National AIDS Authority Presides over the NAA Top Management Team Meeting at NAA Meeting Room B

On the morning of April 19, 2022, from 09.00 a.m., Senior Minister Ieng Mouly, Chair of the National AIDS Authority presided over the NAA Top Management Team Meeting. The meeting was participated by Vice-Chairs, Advisors, Secretary General, Director of Cabinet and Director of Administration and Finance department at the NAA Meeting Room B The meeting was held to monitor on the performance that have been doing and to revise on necessary tasks for achieving the 95-95-95 target by 2025. The Senior Minister said that tasks that NAA have to work on and achieve were as follows: 1) Search for those who were lost and did not go in the system 2) Prevent new infection among MSM and Key Population 3) Universal Guidelines on HIV and AIDS Precaution 4) Implement the letter number 213 issued...read more »

Senior Minister Ieng Mouly, Chair of the National AIDS Authority Presides over the NAA Top Management Meeting of March 2022 at NAA Meeting Room B and via Zoom Virtual Meeting Platform

On the morning of March 30, 2022, from 09.00 a.m., Senior Minister Ieng Mouly, Chair of the National AIDS Authority presided over the NAA Top Management Meeting of Match 2022. The meeting was participated by Vice-Chairs, Advisors, Secretary General, Director and Deputy Director of Cabinet, Deputy Secretaries-General, Directors and Deputy Directors of Departments, Assistants, Chiefs and Deputy Chiefs of Offices, Officials and Technical Assistants at the NAA Meeting Room B and via Zoom Virtual Meeting Platform. Agenda of the meeting are as follows: 1) Presentation on Brief Report on Performance and Results in March and Target in April 2022 by H.E. Chhim Khindareth, Secretary General of NAA 2) Presentation on Coordination to End AIDS by 2025 by H.E. Dr. Ros Seilavath, Vice-Chair of NAA ...read more »

Senior Minister Ieng Mouly, Chair of the National AIDS Authority Presides over the NAA Top Management Meeting of February 2022 at NAA Meeting Room B and via Zoom Virtual Meeting Platform

On the morning of March 3, 2022, from 09.00 a.m., Senior Minister Ieng Mouly, Chair of the National AIDS Authority presided over the NAA Top Management Meeting of February 2022. The meeting was participated by Vice-Chairs, Advisors, Secretary General, Director and Deputy Director of Cabinet, Deputy Secretaries-General, Directors and Deputy Directors of Departments, Assistants, Chiefs and Deputy Chiefs of Offices, Officials and Technical Assistants at the NAA Meeting Room B and via Zoom Virtual Meeting Platform. Agenda of the meeting are as follows: 1) Presentation on Brief Report on Performance and Results in February and Target in March 2022 by H.E. Chhim Khindareth, Secretary General of NAA 2) Presentation on Progress of Institutional Strengthening for AIDS Response in Cambodia by ...read more »

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What you should know about HIV/AIDS and Sex Safety

Teenager controls HIV infection without drugs for more than 12 years

(CNN)A French teenager infected at birth with HIV has shown the ability to control levels of the infection in her body -- without being on antiretroviral treatment. The finding provides new hope that a "functional" cure for HIV -- where the virus is brought down to low levels but not eradicated in the body -- may one day be possible. The 18-year-old female, whose mother was HIV positive, was given antiretroviral treatment soon after birth but stopped at age six and has since maintained undetectable levels of the virus in her blood -- known as remission -- for 12 years. "This is the first [time] long-term remission has been shown in children, or adolescents," said Asier Saez Cirion from the Institut Pasteur in France, who presented the findings at the 8th IAS conference...read more »

Could a new jab PREVENT HIV? Vaccine 'completely protects against the virus and could have an enormous impact,' say experts

Monkeys were given the vaccine and then exposed to six doses of simian immunodeficiency virus, a close cousin to HIV which infects primates Vaccine provided complete protection against infection in half of them Positive results spurred pharmaceutical company to begin tests in humans Vaccine has capacity to be an 'enormous public health impact', experts say By Madlen Davies for MailOnline Published: 09:45 GMT, 3 July 2015 | Updated: 14:09 GMT, 3 July 2015   An experimental vaccine completely prevented HIV infection in half of monkeys given the jab, a new study found. The monkeys were given the vaccine and then exposed to high doses of an aggressive virus that is the equivalent of HIV in humans. The result...read more »

New hope for HIV patients: Pioneering antibody treatment could pave the way for vaccine to prevent infection

New antibody blocks protein receptor needed to infect human cells Patients injected saw 300-fold reduction in amount of HIV in their blood Scientists believe breakthrough could result in new vaccines against virus  By Lizzie Parry for MailOnline Published: 08:35 GMT, 9 April 2015 | Updated: 10:05 GMT, 9 April 2015   A new HIV treatment pioneered using an antibody to attack the virus could lead to a new vaccine to prevent the infection. The first results to emerge from patient trials reveal the experimental therapy can dramatically reduce the level of virus in a patient's blood - their viral load. The scientists behind the discovery believe their findings offer new strategies for fighting or even preventing HIV infection. The antibody was ...read more »

In Condom Market, a Growing Private Sector

When Phnom Penh was flooded with free condoms during the Water Festival last week—a public health push to ensure revelers who came for days of debauchery did so safely—the city’s condom vendors weren’t happy about it.   “During the Water Festival, my company got almost no orders from guesthouses because most of the customers who came to Phnom Penh got free condoms from the NGOs,” said Kem Vichet, director of PPES Group, the local distributor of Yoi condoms.    But the Water Festival is a once-a-year event, and other private companies in the condom sector say the government bodies and health NGOs who distributed condoms for free last week have also been helping the for-profit condom market take off.   The global health organiza...read more »

What are the Symptoms of HIV?

The symptoms of HIV vary, depending on the individual and what stage of the disease you are in.   Early Stage of HIV: Symptoms   Within 2-4 weeks after HIV infection, many, but not all, people experience flu-like symptoms, often described as the “worst flu ever.” This is called “acute retroviral syndrome” (ARS) or “primary HIV infection,” and it’s the body’s natural response to the HIV infection. Symptoms can include: Fever (this is the most common symptom) Swollen glands Sore throat Rash Fatigue Muscle and joint aches and pains Headache These symptoms can last anywhere from a few days to several weeks. However, you should not assume you have HIV if you have any of these symptom...read more »

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The Prevention, Care and Treatment of HIV and AIDS in Cambodia

Situation and direction in HIV response 2015

The below is the slide presentation title "Situation and direction in HIV response 2015":                                                           ...read more »

Review of GDJ-TWG performance: Technical Working Group Strengthening Exercise

The below is the slide presentation title "Review of GDJ-TWG performance: Technical Working Group Strengthening Exercise"                                                                                ...read more »

The HIV Voluntary Counseling and Testing (VCCT) in Cambodia

   By 2014 Cambodian people could access to 253 VCCT sites at the health centers, referral hospitals and national hospital throughout the country (23 provinces and Phnom Penh municipality) with high quality assurance.    ...read more »

The Target Group as Drug User in Cambodia

    By 2013 there is about 4,335 DU who have to receive regular HIV and AIDS prevention education and STD care and treatment.  ...read more »

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