International Union against Sexually Transmitted Infections (IUSTI)
1923-01 Paris France
Founded Jan 1923, Paris (France), as International Union for Combating Venereal Diseases -- Union internationale contre le péril vénérien. Subsequently referred to in French as Union internationales contre le péril vénérien et les tréponématoses; name again changed to International Union Against the Venereal Diseases and the Treponematoses (IUVDT) -- Union internationale contre les maladies vénériennes et les tréponématoses (UIMVT). Most recent statutes and present name adopted 1997.
Unite all forces devoted to combating sexually-transmitted diseases (STDs), including HIV-AIDS and endemic treponematoses; promote worldwide activities aimed at research, prevention and control of these diseases; encourage members to contribute to public health programmes for control of STDs.
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General Assembly (at least every 2 years); Executive Committee. Regional Offices (5): Africa; Asia-Pacific; Europe; Latin America - through D-XJ7525 - Asociación Latinoamericana y Caribeña para el control de las Infecciones de Transmisión (ALAC-ITS); North America.
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