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Hiv and prisons
(0.15).( 3 ) Between 20 and 26 of people living with HIV/aids in the United States have spent time in the correctional system.( 5 an Inspecter Calls ) No precise count of HIV cases in prisoners is available, as brief incarceration, particularly in jails, limited access. The rate of HIV among prisoners is 5 to 7 times that of the general population. A policy review on HIV prevention and care for injecting drug users in prison settings has been supported in Kenya, and unodc has provided advisory services to four African States. In prisons where effective treatment is available, the number of aids-related deaths has been found to be similar to, or better than, the rate in the non-incarcerated community.
The report found that between 20ministrators reported about 25,000 allegations of sexual victimisation in prisons, jails and other adult correctional facilities. Roughly 30,000 prisoners received HTC for HIV, 228 of whom tested positive and were referred for treatment. In Egypt, unodc has established a multisectoral Prisons Health Steering Committee to initiate activities and coordinate a holistic approach to health services, including joint responses to illicit drug use and dependence, HIV and tuberculosis in prisons. An example of a comprehensive strategy on HIV/aids is provided by Indonesia, where the Ministry of Justice decided to promote HIV prevention and care activities for prisoners to prevent the spread of HIV within prisons and from there to the community as a whole. However, prison-based harm reduction continues to be extremely vulnerable to budget cuts, and changes in political environments. The effectiveness of treatment can also be undermined by substandard prison conditions, poor nutrition and violence. Young prisoners are particularly at risk of being raped. It usually involves multiple skin punctures with recycled, sharpened, and altered implements including staples, paper clips and plastic ink tubes found inside ballpoint pens. As a group of leading academics argued in the Lancet in 2016, the first step to addressing HIV among prisoners is to reduce the numbers of people in prison by rethinking detention for substance use, sex work, and other non-violent offences.
Unhygienic tattooing using shared needles is a relatively minor cause of HIV infection.
Why do HIV -positive prisoners develop Aids quickly?
Introduction: Analyzing the Problem The treatment of prisoners causes few legal problems for the government of a dictatorship.