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close this bookRefugees and AIDS - What Should the Humanitarian Community Do? (WCRWC; 2002; 36 pages)
View the documentIntroduction
open this folder and view contentsModes of Transmission of HIV/AIDS
View the documentSTIs and HIV
View the documentProtection and Human Rights
View the documentGuiding Principles for Program Responses
close this folderEstablishing HIV/AIDS Interventions
View the documentEmergency Phase
View the documentPost-emergency Phase
open this folder and view contentsPrevention of Sexual Transmission
open this folder and view contentsPrevention of Transmission
open this folder and view contentsCare for People Living with HIV/AIDS
View the documentKey Resource Materials
View the documentNotes
View the documentChecklist for monitoring HIV/AIDs - Prevention and Care Activities
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Emergency Phase

Current humanitarian standards9 include a Minimum Initial Services Package (MISP) of reproductive health activities to be provided in emergencies.10,11 These activities are designed to reduce reproductive health morbidity and mortality. MISP can be implemented without a site-specific assessment. MISP activities to reduce the transmission of HIV include:

• identifying an individual and organization responsible for ensuring that the MISP is implemented;

• ensuring a safe blood supply;12

• implementing universal precautions;13,14

• guaranteeing the availability of free condoms;

• addressing the prevention and management of sexual violence;15,16 and

• planning for comprehensive reproductive health services,17 including a site-specific HIV/AIDS situation analysis.

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