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Integrated Bio_behavioral Survey (IBBS) among Male Injecting Drug Users (IDUs) in the Kathmandu Valley, Round II – 2004

2005

This is the second round of IBBS survey among IDUs in the Kathamndu Valley. The study was designed to measure the impact of FHI intervention programs on the targeted risk groups of IDUs in the three districts of Kathmandu, Lalitpur and Bhaktapur of the Kathmandu Valley. It also compared and analyzed trends against the data from the first round survey. The study assesses prevalence of HIV, injecting the sexual behaviors, proportion of IDU sub-population that could transmit HIV infection because of their practice of high risk injecting behavior and frequency of and the association between risk behavior and HIV infection statuses among target sub-populations.

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