to other HIV/AIDS/STI Information Sources
Organizations Working on AIDS in
Virology: To learn more
about the molecular and virological aspects of HIV
the Virology on the WWW
and Drug Administration
Virology at the University of Wisconsin
National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases
American Association of Immunologists
Los Alamos Drug Resistance Database: Information
on anti-HIV drugs and drug-resistance-conferring mutations.
Census Bureau's HIV/AIDS Surveillance Data:
The HIV/AIDS Surveillance Data Base was developed and is maintained by the
Health Studies Branch, International Programs Center (IPC), Population
Division,U.S.B.C. It is a compilation of information from those
studies appearing in the medical and scientific literature, presented at
international conferences, and appearing in the press.
Centre for the Epidemiological Monitoring of AIDS: Surveillance
of HIV/AIDS at European level. Currently, 48 countries (of 51) of the
WHO European Region participate in the European HIV/AIDS surveillance
InSite Statistics from UCSF
HIV/AIDS Epidemiology Page
the AIDS Pandemic (MAP) Network reports: The
MAP network includes epidemiologists, economists, social scientists and
other public health professionals concerned with monitoring the global
HIV/AIDS pandemic. MAP reports published since December 1995 provide
current analysis of status and trends of HIV/AIDS/STD epidemics around the
1 AIDS prevention
home page: This site focuses on information
about education to prevent infection with HIV information for HIV positive
people and the latest news and statistics.
Men's Health Crisis: The oldest and
largest not-for-profit AIDS organization in the United States.
a f e r s e x . o r g: An online journal of
Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
National Centre in HIV Social Research:
University of New South Wales.
Institute University of California: Centre for AIDS
Prevention Studies, San Francisco
Treatment News Internet Directory: A
starting point for quickly finding AIDS/HIV treatment information on the Web.
- Quality HIV/AIDS Treatment Information: A
non-profit HIV/AIDS information web channel.
Guidelines: Therapeutic Guidelines for the
Treatment of HIV/AIDS and Related Conditions in Canada.
Guide to HIV/AIDS: The latest medical news
and information for patients or friends/parents of patients diagnosed with
AIDS/HIV and AIDS/HIV-related disorders.
Treatment Information Service:
Provides information about federally approved treatment guidelines for HIV and
Association of Physicians in AIDS Care
Inform Home Page: Project Inform is a
national, non-profit, community-based organization working to end the AIDS
Alternative Medicine Homepage
amfAR AIDS Research: HIV/AIDS
British HIV Association (BHIVA):
3 Other Sexually Transmitted
STD Homepage: Basic facts and information
The International Union against
the Sexually Transmitted Infections: Its
object is the achievement of international
cooperation in the control of sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV
Answers to your questions about sexual health and STD prevention.
HIV/AIDS Programme: HIV/AIDS in Developing Countries.
AIDS centres, Ministries of Health and web sites
- World Health Organization
Initiative on HIV/AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Infections (HSI)
Eastern Mediterranean Regional Office (EMRO) AIDSnews
American Health Organization (PAHO) AIDS & Sexually Transmitted
Western Pacific Regional Office (WPRO) STI/AIDS Programme
WHO Regional Office for Africa
- Other United Nations Agencies and Programmes
UNDP AIDS page
UNDP Regional Programme
World Bank AIDS page
- Other International Organizations
Bagnoud Center for Health and Human Rights:, Harvard
School of Public Health.
European Commission: AIDS and other
Against AIDS: A non profit organization
that seeks to speed the end of the HIV/AIDS pandemic by strengthening
community organizing, education, and advocacy efforts.
The International Council of
AIDS Service Organizations (ICASO): A
Network of community-based AIDS organizations.
International AIDS Society (IAS)
Futures Group International
Public Health Association (APHA)
TB/HIV Research Laboratory: Dedicated
to research into the prevention and treatment of two infectious diseases of
global importance - human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and tuberculosis (TB).
Health International (FHI): HIV/AIDS,
Family Planning, Reproductive Health.
National Prevention Information Network (NPIN):
A US national Center for HIV, STD and TB Prevention.
conferences: Web sites for global and regional AIDS
Many countries and
National AIDS Programmes have set up web sites where you can find information
on the epidemiological situation of HIV/AIDS and the prevention and response
activities. Please check our available links. We would welcome
suggestions for new national AIDS web sites.
World AIDS Conference - 2000 Durban, South Africa
World AIDS Conference - 1998 Geneva, Switzerland - Special Final Edition
International Conference on AIDS and STDs in Africa, 1999 Lusaka, Zambia
International Congress on AIDS in Asia and Pacific, 2000 Melbourne,
International Congress on AIDS in Asia and Pacific, 1999 Kuala Lumpur,
International Congress on AIDS in Asia and Pacific, 1997 Manila, Philippines
Plus Research + Treatment: With articles
about street drugs, Public Health Guidelines, what's in the pipeline, ADAP
access, and more.
ON HIV: A semiannual magazine
about HIV/AIDS prevention and care from FHI.
Hopkins HIV Report: A bimonthly
newsletter for practitioners caring for patients with HIV/AIDS.
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report
AIDS Virtual Library: Deals with the social,
political, and medical aspects of AIDS, HIV, and related issues.
Body. An AIDS and HIV Information Resource
The largest HIV/AIDS Web site in the world.
Disease Prevention & Control (CDPC): Weekly
summaries of HIV/AIDS information.
Email discussion forums provide a way for people to exchange ideas and
information on topics of shared interest. Email (or postings) sent to
the forum are forwarded to all members and everyone automatically receives
all postings. Postings range from short messages to whole documents -
from descriptions of individual experiences or projects, to requests for
information and advice. All messages and documents exchanged are
available through both the Web and by email. The forums are free of
charge for users.
in South East Asia
to Treatment and Care
Rights and HIV/AIDS
among People Living With HIV/AIDS
Collaboration Against AIDS and related Epidemics
Consultants: Online Newsletter access
If you are looking for
specific information, these sites may help you locate it in the WWW.
Information Resources: From the US
National Library of Medicine with free access to Medline and AIDSLINE.
News on the Net
Department of Epidemiology - HIV/AIDS Links
InSite: Gateway to AIDS knowledge from UCSF,
also in Spanish.
HIV/AIDS Information Center
InfoWeb: An on-line library containing
HIV and AIDS related information.
A collection of medical links and information.
Links to HIV AIDS Resources Online
Database on AIDS and HIV Infection