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Although many ministries and administrations develop and implement their own internal normative acts related to HIV/AIDS, the main programme that guides all major efforts and sets targets in the area of HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and care is the State HIV/AIDS Programme (Aidarov 2007).
The Fourth State Programme on HIV/AIDS Prevention (2012–2016) sets out five strategic directions, implemented by a variety of state agencies and local institutions, with overall coordination assigned to the Country Coordinating Committee (CCC) (CCC 2012; Government 2013; MOH 2012).
Kyrgyzstan has adopted a number of policy initiatives to deal with an accelerating HIV/AIDS epidemic.
This period was followed by another wave of intense policy revisions and improvements in 2004–2007, with a greater focus on protecting the human rights of most at-risk populations, PLWHA and other affected populations (Bashmakova 2007).
Over the years, the legislation related to HIV/AIDS has undergone significant changes (CCC 2010).
Over the years, Kyrgyzstan has received funding from a variety of multilateral and bilateral agencies, including the World Bank, the World Health Organization, Soros Foundation-Kyrgyzstan and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
These actors not only played a crucial role in setting up and funding many HIV/AIDS projects but also helped to improve the normative and legislative basis for HIV/AIDS prevention and control efforts (CCC 2010; 2012; Bashmakova 2007).