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close this bookRegional Consultation on HIV/AIDS Prevention, Care and Support Programmes in Latin America and the Caribbean for Men Who Have Sex with Men (UNAIDS, 1999, 28 p.)
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View the documentForeword
View the documentIntroduction
View the documentRegional Overview of HIV/AIDS Prevention, Care and Support Programmes for MSM
View the documentNetworking
View the documentSWOT Analysis (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats)
View the documentProcedural Manual for Measures for Men who Have Sex with Men
View the documentRecommendations by the Regional Consultation
View the documentAnnex 1: Participants and acknowledgements

Annex 1: Participants and acknowledgements

Participants

1. Pilar Aguirre
National Sex Education Project, Ministry of Education, Colombia

2. Calle Almedal
UNAIDS, Geneva, Switzerland

3. Armando Alvarez
AIDS Prevention Group, Havana, Cuba

4. IvAngarita
District Health Department, BogotColombia

5. Henry Ardila
Colombian League for AIDS Control, BogotColombia

6. Claudio Bloch
National STD/AIDS Programme, Argentina

7. Julio Mario CamaR>National STD/AIDS Programme, Colombia

8. Rafael Freda
SIGLA, Buenos Aires, Argentina

9. Luis Gauthier
NGO Representative to the UNAIDS Programme Coordinating Board, Latin America

10. Michel de Groulard
CAREC, Trinidad

11. Paulo Junqueira Aguiar
National STD/AIDS Programme, Brazil

12. RubMayorga
OASIS, Guatemala

13. Orlando Montoya
FEDAEPS, Quito, Ecuador

14. Luiz Mott
Bahia Gay Group, Salvador, Brazil

15. Victor Ortiz Aguirre
National STD/AIDS Programme, Mexico

16. Roberto Pablo
Centro Lambda, Santiago, Chile

17. Elena Prada
Consultant, BogotColombia

18. Toni Reis
Grupo Dignidade, Curitiba, Brazil

19. Jeffrey Stanton
Colombian League for AIDS Control, BogotColombia

20. Veriano Terto
ABIA, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

21. Josoro Alfonso
AIDS Foundation, San Juan, Puerto Rico, USA

22. Rodrigo Vargas Ruiz
ILPES, San JosCosta Rica

23. Juanita Zuleta
PAHO-UNAIDS, Colombia

Acknowledgements

Special acknowledgement is due to the following persons for their support in planning and organizing the regional consultation:

Rafael Freda

SIGLA, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Luis Gauthier

NGO Representative to the UNAIDS Programme Coordinating Board, Latin America

RubMayorga

OASIS, Guatemala

Orlando Montoya

FEDAEPS, Quito, Ecuador

Roberto Pablo

Centro Lambda, Santiago, Chile

Toni Reis

Grupo Dignidade, Curitiba, Brazil

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