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KHANA Annual Review and Re-planning 2014

KHANA organized its annual review and re-planning on 27 January 2014, at the Intercontinental Hotel, to review its achievements, challenges, and lessons learnt. The workshop also allows key programme and relevant staff to discuss and agree on the plan of the following year.

KHANA covers 17 provinces of 24 provinces and municipality in Cambodia and has 37 implementing partners deployed in the said covered provinces in 2013. KHANA will expend its geographical coverage in the rest province.

In 2013 KHANA and its partners successfully prevented mother-to-child transmission of HIV among pregnant women under its coverage in 2013. “182 babies were born free from HIV,” said Dr. Tith Khimuy. “However, we are concerned that new HIV infections are found among zero-discordant couples as results reportedly from non-use of condoms, want to have a child, and irregular use of ART.

NCHADS instructs that HIV infected most-at-risk population (MARPs) whose CD4 count equal to 500 or less shall receive ART; however, the lack of a written policy on the number of CD4 count becomes concerns for implementation.

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