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HIV/AIDS and NTDs Effective Solutions to Combat HIV/AIDS: Increasing Evidence of NTD Impact on HIV Transmission. Director-General Dr Margaret Chan ( China ). WHO Senior Staff ( July 2012 ). HQ. 6 Regional Offices. Regional Office for Africa Dr Luis Gomes Sambo ( Angola ). - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Effective Solutions to Combat HIV/AIDS: Increasing Evidence of NTD Impact on HIV TransmissionNTDs and HIV/AIDS| 25. July 2012# |World Health Organization25 July 20121Director-General

Dr Margaret Chan ChinaHealth Security and EnvironmentDr Keiji FukudaUS HIV/AIDS, TB, Malaria and NTDDr Hiroki NakataniJapanHealth Systems and ServicesDr. Carissa Etienne DominicaNoncommunicable Diseasesand Mental HealthDr Oleg Chestnov RussiaGeneral ManagementDr Mohamed Abdi Jama(Somalia)

Senior Staff July 2012Innovation, Information, Evidence and ResearchDr Marie-Paule Kieny France)Family and Community HealthDr Flavia Bustreo( ItaliaHealth Action in CrisisDr Bruce Aylward Canada)

Deputy Director-General

Dr Anarfi Asamoa-BaahGhana

HQRegional Office for AfricaDr Luis Gomes Sambo AngolaRegional Office for EuropeMrs Zsuzsanna Jakab (Hungary)

Pan American Health OrganizationDr Mirta Roses ArgentinaRegional Office for South- East AsiaDr Samlee Plianbangchang ThailandRegional Office for East-MediterraneanDr Ala Alwan Iraq

Regional Office for Western PacificDr Shin Young-Soo Korea

Director-General's Office

Dr Anne Marie Worning (Denmark)

Mr Fu Cong China

Dr Ian Smith UK

6 Regional OfficesNTDs and HIV/AIDS| 25. July 2012# |201220132014201520162017BeyondDG's Term JulyJuneGlobal FrameworkMDG MDG 2015SDG/MDG II ? WHO FrameworkMTSPPresent MTSP ( 2008-2013 )GPW 2014-2019 ( 3 budget cycles )Budget FrameworkPBPB12/13PB14/15 ( First Reform Budget by New WHO Priority )PB16/17GF Replenishment3rd Replenishment ( 2011-13 )?Plans/StrategiesGF Strategy5 Y Strategy 2012-16UNAIDS StrategyUNAIDS Strategy: Getting Zero 2011-2015WHO HIV StrategyWHO HIV Health Sector Strategy 2011-2015Stop TB StrategyGlobal Plan to Stop TB 2011-2015 ( by TBP )Malaria StrategyGlobal Malaria Action Plan 2010-2015 ( by RBM )NTD Road MapFirst Target ( Eradication of Dracunculiasis )Second target by 2020 ( Eradication of Yaws, Elimination of Trachoma, Leprosy, HAT and LF )HTMN DeliverablesComprehensive Malaria Works to support MS: Situation RoomWHA Resolution.NTD Roadmap & StartegyNew TB Strategy 2015-2025Revised HIV Strategy2nd NTD ReportConsolidated HIV GuidelinesRevised Global Malaria Action PlanWorld health Report: Research for HealthMacro-Time Table of Global Health ( HTM related )NTDs and HIV/AIDS| 25. July 2012# |We need clear picture

NTDs and HIV/AIDS| 25. July 2012# |17 diseases that are prevalent in tropical and subtropical areas in Africa, Asia and South America Mainly affect populations who are living in poverty, in areas where sanitation is lacking and who have close contact with infectious vectors Diseases for which research and development for treatment lags behind because those affected cannot afford new medicinesPerpetuate poverty because they retard growth, cause chronic morbidity and disability, and generate social stigmaWhat are neglected tropical diseases?NTDs and HIV/AIDS| 25. July 2012# |Note

To mention MDG

NTDs and HIV/AIDS| 25. July 2012# |African trypanosomiasisBuruli ulcerChagas DiseaseDengueEchinococcosis LeishmaniasisLeprosyLymphatic filariasis RabiesSchistosomiasisTrachomaYawsSoil-transmitted helminthiasesSchistosomiasisLymphatic filariasisOnchocerciasisTrachoma Foodborne trematode infections CysticercosisTransmission controlIntegrated vector managementVeterinary public healthWater and environmental sanitationBehavioural change education Intensified case management, surgery and chronic carePreventive chemotherapy[Link with other Rapid Impact Interventions and their delivery channels]Dracunculiasis eradicationStrategic approaches for NTD controlNTDs and HIV/AIDS| 25. July 2012# |Relationship between the four strategic directions for a global response to HIV

NTDs and HIV/AIDS| 25. July 2012# |An example of geographic overlap between HIV and NTD: the case of schistosomiasis

* S. haematobiumNTDs and HIV/AIDS| 25. July 2012# |

From Linking Global HIV/AIDS Treatments with National Programs for the Control and Elimination of the Neglected Tropical Diseases. Julie Noblick, Richard Skolnik, Peter J. HotezNTDs and HIV/AIDS| 25. July 2012# |Operational synergies: universal coverage

From Julie Noblick, Richard Skolnik, Peter J. Hotez

NTDs and HIV/AIDS| 25. July 2012# |Challenges and ApproachesChallengesMore biomedical evidence to establish a caseService delivery modelResource competitionApproachesAdvocacyTechnical AssistanceStrategic Information

NTDs and HIV/AIDS| 25. July 2012# |Proposed priorities for actionWHO and its Member States give high priority to HIV, Tb, Malaria and NTDs: WHA Resolution for Policy Plat Form.Improved clinical management of co-infection: visceral leishmaniasis, Chagas disease, helminthiasisControl and eliminate schistosomiasis to reduce risk of transmissionDocument the cost-effectiveness of linking NTD and HIV interventionsFlexible approaches to increase access to diagnostic and treatment for vulnerable populations.Global Monitoring for strategic investment ( Second NTD Report )

NTDs and HIV/AIDS| 25. July 2012# |