CDC Division of Global HIV & TB country profile : Thailand
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CDC Division of Global HIV & TB country profile : Thailand

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      Located in the Thailand Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) in Nonthaburi since 2001, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) collaborates with government and non-governmental partners, including civil society organizations and multilateral organizations, to scale-up and evaluate effective approaches to reach, test, treat, and retain persons living with HIV (PLHIV) with a focus on men who have sex with men (MSM) and transgender women in 13 high HIV burden provinces. In fiscal year 2022, CDC-Thailand is focused on and aims to:

      • Promote timely diagnosis and linkage to treatment and care services through a combination of case finding strategies, including index testing, HIV self-testing, and social network strategies.

      • Promote use of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) to prevent new HIV infections in the highest risk populations through targeted campaigns and by strengthening public PrEP services.

      • Develop a model for adolescents and young MSM for linking to testing and treatment.

      • Promote same-day antiretroviral therapy (ART) for newly diagnosed individuals to ensure treatment initiation and prevent further transmission.

      • Scale-up enhanced adherence counseling, treatment literacy, multi-month dispensing of ART for stable patients, and differentiated service delivery to ensure treatment continuity.

      • Increase access to viral load (VL) testing, develop automatic detectable VL alerts, and strengthen sustainable VL networks to improve patient outcomes.

      • Develop digital health platforms to improve coordination between laboratory and HIV teams to advance care delivery process and outcomes.

      • Strengthen national surveillance of recent infections and use results to improve HIV response.

      • Strengthen strategic information capacity to monitor and evaluate the national HIV program.

      • Expand data-driven, quality improvement programs and coaching to enhance HIV services.

      • Develop community-led monitoring activities to provide feedback on HIV service gaps.

      • Integrate HIV coaching and Disease Specific Certification into routine hospital accreditation coaching and certification system.

      • Develop HIV stigma and discrimination (S&D) reduction e-learning for medical and nursing students and promote the use of HIV S&D e-learning for health care providers.

      • Collaborate with GFATM and tuberculosis (TB)/HIV partners to implement TB preventive therapy among PLHIV and pilot new TB diagnostic method for advanced HIV disease.

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