HIV Prevention in Vulnerable Indian States: Lessons from the Chayan Project
This document highlights the results and associated processes from Chayanâ€™s implementation experience under the RACHNA program. The programmatic framework, designed for low-prevalence contexts in India, draws on standard targeted intervention approaches but is grounded in community-based methods unique to local contexts. The fi ndings from the Behavior Surveillance Survey (BSS) conducted by CARE in 2006 and the external review indicate encouraging results as compared to BSS in 2003. [CARE Wp no. 9].
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