Prevention for Venereal diseases

The interventions for preventing the spread of STDs and HIV should take into consideration the role of human physiology, human behavioural patterns and sociocultural influences. STD and HIV prevention cannot be addressed by behaviour and barrier methods alone. Other factors such as family units and values, provision of housing to minimize disruption of family life, employment, education, religion, culture, age, gender and so on need to be kept in mind at all times.

In 2011 and 2012, 2.2 million beneficiaries received free sexually transmitted disease screenings and counseling sessions. And more than 66,000 received free H.I.V. tests.


  • Primary prevention
  • Secondary prevention
  • Potential sources of STD Care
  • The Role of Specialized STD clinics
  • Effective STD Care

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