The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is implementing an HIV/AIDS grant agreement with Belize. According to media report the UNDP's agreement will manage the three point one million U-S dollar grant from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. The fund is an international financing institution that to date has committed 21 point seven billion US dollars in 150 countries to support large-scale prevention, treatment and care programmes for the three diseases. According to a 2007 study Belize has an HIV prevalence of 2.1 per cent among adults, the highest in Central America and third-highest in the wider Caribbean after the Bahamas and Haiti. UNAIDS, the Joint UN Programme on HIV/AIDS, estimates some 3,600 people are currently living with HIV in Belize, 2,000 of them women. The grants programme aims to deliver life skills-based HIV education to secondary school students; provide access to condoms and subsidized referrals and testing for sexually transmitted infections; design and deliver psychosocial support to people living with HIV; provide support services to children affected by AIDS.