AIDS-related policies, legislation and programme implementation in India.
This paper traces the evolution of AIDS-related policy and legislation in India from an initial response characterized by conservatism and discrimination to the development of a coherent national programme which aims to prevent the transmission of HIV and to develop support structures for people with HIV and AIDS. Examining the strategies, achievements and problems of specific components of the National AIDS Control Programme (NACP), the paper finds that the very progressive approach of national-level policy makers has been countered by conservative forces at the state and local levels. Little progress has been made, moreover, in incorporating HIV/AIDS prevention efforts into broader development and empowerment strategies. The paper concludes by considering the wider social context of AIDS in India and the role of more far-reaching policy measures.
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- DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/heapol/11.2.184
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Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome . Asia . Developing Countries . Diseases . Hiv Infections . India . Legislation . Organization And Administration . Policy . Program Development . Programs . Social Policy . Southern Asia . Viral Diseases.