The report, titled Reverse the Epidemic: Facts and Policy Options provides HIV / AIDS profiles for the countries in the region, describes high-risk groups and behaviors more susceptible to infections more susceptible to infection, and human rights human rights an essential part the fight against the epidemic.. Nevertheless, the region also has success stories , one of which should be considered valuable lessons. February 2004:In a report published today, provides the United Nations Development Programme , the first comprehensive profile of the HIV / AIDS epidemic in the 28 countries in Eastern and South Eastern Europe, the Baltic States and the Commonwealth of Independent States , and offers a platform for the discussion of policy options available to stop the spread of the disease.

Even if not braked, threaten the disease development prospects in Eastern Europe and the CIS. In the region, from the region unambiguously refers to the socio-economic and governance dimensions of the epidemic GDP growth of HIV / AIDS affected. Members of the at-risk groups are often subject to social exclusion, stigmatization or incarceration. – The above average prevalence of HIV in the region, crowded prisons, which the report as a ‘real HIV incubators’ – is a serious cause for concern.‘to start number of aspects of age-related cognitive decline in common educated adults at in their 20s and 30s. Eighteen to sixty.