Key Populations Integrated Bio-Behavioral Survey Public-Private Partnership

Name: Key Populations Integrated Bio-Behavioral Survey Public-Private Partnership


Overview: In 2015 CDC’s Division of Global HIV/AIDS & TB formed a partnership with Oil Search Foundation that supports an integrated bio-behavioral survey that will leverage mobile point of care equipment and provide the basis for future programming decisions to better control the HIV epidemic in PNG. The partnership aims to conduct the first size estimation of key populations in Papua New Guinea, including females who sell and/or exchange sex, men who have sex with men and transgender populations, to collect representative bio-behavioral data about these key populations to inform HIV/STI prevention treatment and care programming and policy development.


Cardno’s Role: Cardno provides Contracts & Funds Management; Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting; and Communications & Knowledge Management services


Program Area: Key Population Prevention (KPP)


Funding Partner: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Division of Global HIV/AIDS & Tuberculosis (DGHT) 


Private Partner: Oil Search Foundation 


Host Government Partner: National Department of Health (NDoH); National AIDS Council Secretariat 


Contact: For more information contact us at p4@cardno.com.

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