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close this bookEpidemiological Fact Sheet on HIV/AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Infections: Papua New Guinea (UNAIDS, 2000, 12 p.)
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View the documentCurable Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)
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View the documentKnowledge and behaviour
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View the documentAnnex: HIV Surveillance data by site


Data presented in this Epidemiological Fact Sheet come from several different sources, including global, regional and country reports, published documents and articles, posters and presentations at international conferences, and estimates produced by UNAIDS, WHO and other United Nations Agencies. This section contains a list of the more relevant sources used for the preparation of the Fact Sheet. Where available, it also lists selected national Web sites where additional information on HIV/AIDS and STI are presented and regularly updated. However, UNAIDS and WHO do not warrant that the information in these sites is complete and correct and shall not be liable whatsoever for any damages incurred as a result of their use.

Igua, A., A. Manlapig, E. Puiahi, et al., 1993, Papua New Guinea National HIV Reference Laboratory - Annual Report, 1992, Central Public Health Laboratory, February.

Malau, C., 1995, Report on HIV/AIDS Cases and HIV Seroprevalence Surveys, Department of Health, Papua New Guinea, September 28, documents.

O'Leary, M., W. I. Van der Meijden, C. Malau, et al., 1992, HIV Serosurveillance in Papua New Guinea, Papua New Guinea Department of Health, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, draft paper.

Papua New Guinea National HIV Reference Laboratory, Annual Report 1993. CPHL, February 1994.

STI/HIV, Status and trends of STI, HIV and AIDS at the end of the millennium, WHO/WPRO, 1999