This study identifies the gaps between the needs of the target groups and on-going HIV/AIDS related programs in Kailali, Rupandehi, Kaski and Sunsari districts in Nepal. The study also contains a profile of the organizations working in HIV/AIDS sector in the districts. A behavioral surveillance survey (BSS) framework was used to collect quantitative data from high-risk groups such as female sex workers, clients of FSWs, IDUs and in-migrants. Probability sampling was used to collect quantitative information from children aged 12-18 years and youths aged 19-39 years. The study also makes some recommendations in relation to filling the gaps. The report was prepared in four volumes, a separate volume for each district.
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