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Measures to control AIDS in the state Under TDP Governance

Measures to control AIDS in the state Under TDP Governance


AIDS is one of the health problems faced by the world. TDP Government has taken preventative measures to control AIDS. Many programs have been undertaken. In the country mainly six states (Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Manipur, and Nagaland) have a high prevalence of HIV/AIDS. Andhra Pradesh is one of them.


The Government of Andhra Pradesh has taken every possible precaution for the Prevention of AIDS/HIV. Under the Leadership of Nara Chandrababu Naidu the TDP Government took many precautions. Many people suffered from HIV and with help of the state Government many got cured and some of them are saved by the safety measures given to follow by the Government. This can be followed on TDP Political News.


HIV in the world South Africa ranks first among those infected, followed by India. While 42 million people are infected with HIV AIDS worldwide, about 40 lakh people in India and 4 lakh people in Andhra Pradesh are estimated to be infected with this disease. In most developing regions of the world, the people infected with this disease are young people and adults. Every day, about 14 thousand people are newly infected with HIV. I.V. is falling on them. New HIV 508% of the victims are between 15-24 years of age. HIV is universal. 50% of those infected are women.


85% of people will contract the disease through sexual contact. 90% of infected people are between 15-44 years of age. In the year 2002-2003, in the months of August, September, and October in all medical colleges of the state, district hospitals, 23 antenatal care (pregnant women) sites with four area hospitals, 11 sexually transmitted disease (STD) sites, general To detect this disease in adults, low-risk pregnant women are sampled. Sexually transmitted infections are sampled in high-risk groups. HIV in pregnant women Prevalence is 1.62 percent on average among pregnant women with HIV. Spread is 1.25 median. A survey conducted in 2001-2002 estimated that the prevalence of HIV among pregnant women had decreased from 2.02 in Srikakulam, Adilabad, Visakhapatnam, Kurnool, Mahabubnagar, and Khammam districts. Infected pregnant women are estimated to be less than 7% while in the remaining 17 districts it is more than 7%. Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) Caused by HIV The dispersion averaged 23%.





Precautions by blood transfusion:


HIV The government has taken measures for safe blood transfusion as the disease spreads by transfusing the existing blood to someone else.


     Granting of licenses in 169 blood banks for the availability of tested safe blood

     The annual survey from 1st August to 31st October to estimate the prevalence of AIDS

     Last year's survey conducted in 2001-2002 estimated 4% of people to be transmitted through blood.

     88 STDs in government hospitals to detect and treat sexually transmitted diseases. Establishment of clinics.

     Increased use of condoms to 100 lakhs through the free supply of condoms, and social marketing scheme.

     Constructive efforts by voluntary organizations to prevent AIDS and create awareness about this disease.

     Mass publicity through magazines, radio, TV, and folk art forms.

     To prevent mother-to-child transmission of the AIDS virus, an experimental project has been started at Hyderabad Nayapool Government Maternal Hospital in collaboration with UNICEF and National AIDS Control Organization and this project is to be expanded to all medical college hospitals and district hospitals.


These precautions given by the Government are taken care of by the TDP Leaders and by the TDP MLA Candidates which saved many lives and are one of the Best TDP Achievements done for the people across the state.


Voluntary counseling and examination centers:


Setting up 102 Voluntary Counseling and Examination Centers in Area, Medical College Hospitals, and District Headquarters Hospitals. AIDS control, Training of medical personnel in the prevention of HIV.


AIDS Prevention Education Program (APEP):


Conducting awareness programs for 13 lakh people in schools for AIDS awareness among ninth and tenth-class students.


College AIDS Awareness Program (CAAP): In the year 2002-2003 5 lakh people were diagnosed with HIV in 1000 colleges. Conducting awareness programs.

Janmabhoomi programs: Conducting awareness programs for Airs in Janmabhoomi programs organized every year.

Blood Donation Day: Voluntary Blood Donation Day on 1st October every year to encourage voluntary blood donation. 25,000 accident insurance scheme for voluntary blood donors with effect from August 15, 1998. This is the first such scheme to be implemented in the country.

Family Health Awareness Camps (FHAC): Conduct family health awareness camps in every village across the state, visit every house medical personnel for awareness programs on HIV/AIDS and STDs, and free treatment for sexually transmitted diseases. Providing comfort.

Candlelight Memorial Day: On the 3rd Sunday of May every year from the village and Mandal levels to the state level, holding rallies with candles, organizing public meetings, and conducting a wide campaign for HIV/AIDS awareness,

World AIDS Day is December 1st: On the occasion of World AIDS Day, every year on December 1st, rallies and meetings are held at the state level, district level, Mandal level, and village level to raise awareness about HIV. /Undertaking awareness programs for AIDS,


These Prevention programs conducted by the government are said to be some of the Greatest Contributions of TDP.


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