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1986 : The first case of AIDS reported in 1986 

1986 : High powered National AIDS 

      Committee formed 

1992 : NACO established 

1992 : AIDS Cell established in Maharashtra 

      under DHS 

1992 : NACP Phase-I started 

1998 : MSACS formed in August 

1998 : NACP-II started 

2004 : GFATM Round-II started 

2005 : GFATM Round-III and IV started

Maharashtra is 2nd largest state in India with population of 100 

million and area of 3.08 lacs Sq. Km. 

The State has always remained on forefront in the world in health 

care delivery with a very well knit rural and urban infrastructure.  

The infrastructure fulfills the norms prescribed by Government of India 

under  model health plan. A comprehensive package of promotive, 

curative and  rehabilitative services are being provided through 

vast network of rural and  urban infrastructure. 

The first AIDS case was reported from Mumbai in 1986. 

An implementation of an effective HIV services programme in the state 

resulted in better understanding of  epidemiological scenario in the state.


Objectives of MSACS are:

(a) Prevention of HIV & AIDS;

(b) Management and mitigation of the impact of HIV & AIDS on employees 

    and their families;

(c) Care and support of employees infected and affected by HIV & AIDS;

(d) Elimination of stigma and discrimination in employment and at workplace 

   on the basis

    of real or perceived HIV status.



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  Maharashtra State AIDS Control Society

  Acworth Leprosy compound hospital, R.A.Kidwai Marg, 

  Wadala (West), Mumbai 400031.

  Tel: 24113097


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