Implementing Evidence-based Public Health Programs

Health worker with a man and a boy

CDC Vietnam improves the access to, quality, and sustainability of health programs through evidence-based programs proven to have long-term public health impact in preventing infection, in reducing the risks of spreading HIV/AIDS, and in providing life-saving care and treatment. To maximize public health impact, CDC Vietnam targets populations and provinces most at risk, such as people who inject drugs, commercial sex workers, and men who have sex with men. Programs include cutting-edge service delivery models providing antiretroviral therapy, counseling and testing, medication-assisted therapy, preventing mother-to-child transmission, and other prevention and care support services.

Page last reviewed: May 6, 2016
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