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THE “SETTING-UP of an inter-Caribbean HIV observatory IN THE FODA” is actually, in France, an ambitious project regarding HIV.

This project aimed at the 3 FODA and St. Martin is ambitious in its financial scope (nearly 5 million €). It is co-financed by the European Union through the INTERREG IV CARAÏBES program and carried by the University Hospital (CHU) of Pointe-à-Pitre. The project team involves the project manager Dr. GOERGER-SOW, the project assistant: Caroline FONTES, the project coordinator Farid ABDELAZIZ from the consultant firm OP METHODES, the financial manager Didier DELPECH of the firm INGENIERIE CONSEIL.

The project has already enabled the FODAs and St. Martin, to have an appropriate and coordinated reflection to better respond to the necessity of knowing the specifics of the epidemic in our departments, the difficulties related to migration, or the prevention and/or the management of patients on either side of our borders.


It allowed FODAs to bring their expertise for setting-up studies, coaching, taking in charge patients and their treatments, monitoring drug resistance, through quality training.It has allowed hospitals to improve their ability to respond to HIV infection: for resistance monitoring or context risk medical assisted procreation. It will participate in monitoring the resistance of HIV to treatments available in the region.

In this win-win project FODAS will receive the French Departments of America will receive as much as they bring.

 

The project required several years of preparation before becoming a reality. Its initial duration of two years (2010-2012) has been extended to December 2015, so the stakes are high for our region.

It intervenes on areas such as research, prevention, training, care, support, shared resources and networking of both sides of the borders. It is a unifying project that combines for the first time actors in the field of prevention, medical care and disease research around common goals.

 

3/ A UNIFYING PROJECT WITH 3 CATEGORIES OF PROJECTS:

 

The INTERREG IV Caraïbes – HIV Project is composed of 17 sub-projects divided into 3 categories:

  • "Structural" projects for hospitals, to enable them to develop the service given to the population,
  • "Transfer of expertise, sharing best practices or networking " projects entrusted to organizations fighting against HIV in FODAs or to care and prevention workers,
  • " survey " projects completed with " qualitative studies "on 5 vulnerable groups designed to identify the risk taking factors and matters that make people vulnerable, define indicators and use the results to develop appropriate and easier to evaluate responses, and sit future projects towards this group, based on those facts.

This project aimed at the 3 FODA and St. Martin is ambitious in its financial scope (nearly 5 million €). It is co-financed by the European Union through the INTERREG IV CARAÏBES program and carried by the University Hospital (CHU) of Pointe-à-Pitre. The project team involves the project manager Dr. GOERGER-SOW, the project assistant: Caroline FONTES, the project coordinator Farid ABDELAZIZ from the consultant firm OP METHODES, the financial manager Didier DELPECH of the firm INGENIERIE CONSEIL.

The project has already enabled the FODAs and St. Martin, to have an appropriate and coordinated reflection to better respond to the necessity of knowing the specifics of the epidemic in our departments, the difficulties related to migration, or the prevention and/or the management of patients on either side of our borders.


It allowed FODAs to bring their expertise for setting-up studies, coaching, taking in charge patients and their treatments, monitoring drug resistance, through quality training.It has allowed hospitals to improve their ability to respond to HIV infection: for resistance monitoring or context risk medical assisted procreation. It will participate in monitoring the resistance of HIV to treatments available in the region.

In this win-win project FODAS will receive the French Departments of America will receive as much as they bring.

 

The project required several years of preparation before becoming a reality. Its initial duration of two years (2010-2012) has been extended to December 2015, so the stakes are high for our region.

It intervenes on areas such as research, prevention, training, care, support, shared resources and networking of both sides of the borders. It is a unifying project that combines for the first time actors in the field of prevention, medical care and disease research around common goals.