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The National Aids Control Program was launched in India in 1992, eight years after the first HIV cases were reported in the country. This research paper studies the progress made by NACP in addressing the HIV epidemic in India. This includes the aim, key policy initiatives, challenges in policy implementation, and changes and adaptations needed to make HIV intervention more impactful. This paper can help understand the evolution of one of the largest HIV programs in the country, lessons from the program, as well as the way forward.
Current challenges and future strategies in the fight against HIV in India.
by Jayanta Bhattacharya 60 min read