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HIV Prevention in Emergency Settings (Peacekeepers and DDR) UNFPA Cote d’Ivoire. KONE Idrissa NPO HIV /ASRH Focal point Nairobi , IAWG meeting 8-10 October 2007. Why UNFPA intervened ?. HIV prevalence in Cote d’Ivoire: (4.7%) Women 6.4% Uniform personnel characteristics

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hiv prevention in emergency settings peacekeepers and ddr unfpa cote d ivoire

HIV Preventionin Emergency Settings (Peacekeepers and DDR)UNFPA Cote d’Ivoire

KONE Idrissa

NPO HIV /ASRH Focal point

Nairobi , IAWG meeting

8-10 October 2007

why unfpa intervened
Why UNFPA intervened ?
  • HIV prevalence in Cote d’Ivoire: (4.7%) Women 6.4%
  • Uniform personnel characteristics
  • Institutional mandate and standard: UN resolution (1308& 1325), IASC guidelines
how unfpa intervened
How UNFPA intervened?
  • 3 main phases:
    • Acute emergency: HIV prevention (leaflet, STI drug, condom)
    • Stabilization: HIV prevention among Peacekeepers
    • Transition: HIV prevention among surrounding population and DDR
lesson learnt
Lesson learnt
  • Humanitarian Actors did not perceive RH & HIV as Humanitarian issues
  • Engaging in HIV prevention efforts with pk and at the outset of DDR process will help to reduce new infection
  • PK missions partnerships contribute positively in HIV response (security, logistic and access to clinical services)
  • DDR process is politically driven: linked to the political climate (delays, challenges…)
thank you
Thank you
  • For more information contact
    • HRU: Priya Marwah marwah@unfpa.org
    • UNFPA Côte d’Ivoire: IdrissaKONEikone@unfpa.org