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Country Name BANGLADESH
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1993

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 2010

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 1998

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  2010

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2006

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Country Name SAUDI ARABIA
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 1989

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  2017

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  2017

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Operational Studies Make Recommendations to Improve TB and HIV/AIDS Programs
April 17, 2022

The Ministry of Health, the International Organization for Migration, and GHD|EMPHNET implemented operational research studies to promote informed decision making for better programming and policies in relation to TB, HIV, and sexually transmitted diseases. These studies were implemented in Amman, Irbid, Mafraq, and Zarqa and to (1) understand the knowledge, attitude, perception, satisfaction, and practices of TB and HIV in the country and (2) assess the surveillance systems for these diseases. Studies recommended evidence-based results for interventions whereby Jordan’s efforts can be directed to improve the National TB Program and KAP among care providers, patients with TB, and local communities. Studies also provided evidence-based results for interventions to enhance HIV/AIDS-related KAP and to develop surveillance, healthcare providers’ capacities, and screening, diagnosis, and management of HIV/AIDS.