Cover page Mainstreaming HIV Prevention in the Military: A case study from Cambodia ISBN/DATE



Author: Tan Sokhey

Compiled by Allison Woodruff



In response to the HIV threat in the military, the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces, in partnership with local and international non-governmental organizations and international agencies, developed a comprehensive strategy for reducing HIV vulnerability in the military through education, empowerment and capacity-building as part of a larger national HIV prevention strategy. This case study documents the Cambodian defense sector's effort in building HIV resilience and reflects both constraints as well as lessons learned on factors contributing to an effective HIV prevention programme in the military.

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May 2004