European Network for HIV/AIDS Surveillance
as EuroHIV - HIV/AIDS Surveillance in Europe -- EuroHIV - Surveillance du VIH/SIDA en Europe within the framework of U-XN6539 - Centre européen pour la surveillance épidémiologique du SIDA (CESES). On 1 Nov 1999, activities were transferred to 'Institut de veille sanitaire (InVS)', the French National Institute for Public Health Surveillance. As of Jan 2008 joint coordination taken over by E-XJ3125 - European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and E-XE9798 - WHO Regional Office for Europe. Also referred to as European HIV/AIDS Surveillance Network.
Describe and better understand the HIV epidemic and improve prevention and control through collection, analysis and dissemination of epidemiological data.
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