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Report For Ebeye 2004. HIV Status & Activities in Ebeye Kwajalein Atoll, RMI. HIV Data. Current reconfirmed cases: (1) Adult Females Cumulative # CDC confirmed HIV: (0) Mode of transmission: Heterosexual One positive case, reconfirmed as negative. . Status of STI/HIV in the Community.

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report for ebeye 2004

Report For Ebeye 2004

HIV Status & Activities in Ebeye

Kwajalein Atoll, RMI

hiv data
HIV Data
  • Current reconfirmed cases: (1) Adult Females
  • Cumulative # CDC confirmed HIV:(0)
  • Mode of transmission:Heterosexual
  • One positive case, reconfirmed as negative.
status of sti hiv in the community
Status of STI/HIV in the Community
  • Tests Done:
    • HIV Tests done 2004: (742) (0) Positive
    • GC Tests done in 2004 (406) (31) Positive
    • RPR Tests done in 2004 (1,604) (96) Positive
hiv aids activities 1 community awareness preventive education
HIV/AIDS ACTIVITIES - 1[Community Awareness & Preventive Education)
  • 03/08/04: Talk on HIV/AIDS – SDA School
  • 04/19/04: Q&A about HIV/AIDS – Calvary School.
  • 07/26/04: HIV Prevention – Youth Seminar
  • 08/16/04: HIV Brochure distribution in the Community
  • 10/14/05: Started referral to Health Educators of all STI patients.
  • 03/2005: STI/HIV/AIDS for Girl students in (5) Schools – Calvary, Jabro, ECHS, SDAand KAPHS
hiv aids activities 2 capacity building for providers
HIV/AIDS ACTIVITIES – 2[Capacity Building for Providers]
  • 04/08/04: HIV Update & AHP CME.
  • 07/26/04: HIV/AIDS Program for PHC Providers.
  • 12/01/04: World AIDS Day: Providers celebrated with Community.
  • 03/24/05: World TB Day – Talk on HIV Prevention in TB patients to audience including providers.
hiv aids activities 3 providers participation on off island
HIV/AIDS ACTIVITIES – 3[Providers participation on/off Island]
  • 04/2004: CHAMPs AC Meeting in Emeryville.
  • 05/2004: AETC Training in Guam.
  • 02/2005: HIV/AIDS Development Workshop by WHO & SPC in Majuro.
  • 03/2005: Chuuk AETC Training in Majuro.
hiv aids activities 4 future activities
HIV/AIDS ACTIVITIES – 4[Future Activities]
  • Participate 04/2005 April Health Month for Community Awareness & Preventive Activities on STI/HIV/AIDS.
  • Participation in CHAMPs Project of AAPCHO for another three years, to provide Capacity building in HIV/AIDS for Medical Providers, & provide Health Education in the Community.
  • Continue routine preventive works.
challenges barriers
Challenges & Barriers
  • Challenges:
    • Specimen sending
    • Funding resources to buy test kits
    • Administrative apathy
  • Barriers:
    • Stigma
    • Lack of politically correctness
    • Low prevalence
prospective
Prospective
  • More on AHP.
  • More on Laboratory methods for local lab technicians.
  • More on patient counseling.
  • More on understanding grants by program workers. E.g. HIV Prevention, Title II etc.
  • Active participation by CPG members.
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