These guidelines provide specific recommendations and expert suggestions — for national policy-makers and programme managers and their partners and stakeholders— on prioritizing, planning and providing HIV testing, counselling, treatment and care services for adolescents.
These guidelines provide specific recommendations and expert suggestions — for national policy-makers and program managers and their partners and stakeholders — on prioritizing, planning and providing HIV testing, counselling, treatment and care services for adolescents.
This brief summarizes key findings of a study to understand the experiences and concerns of adolescents living with HIV in terms of their HIV care and treatment and their sexual and reproductive health.
USAID’s Guyana HIV/AIDS Reduction and Prevention Project, PHASE TWO (GHARP II) refined and implemented interventions introduced in GHARP I and actively involved stakeholders, partners, and beneficiaries in tailoring these interventions to the Guyanese context and in building local capacity toward an improved national response to HIV. The project’s technical spectrum included HIV prevention, care and support, counseling and testing, and health systems strengthening.
This report synthesizes the lessons learned from the process, including the feasibility and relevance of the framework for use by the NACP and other global stakeholders in informing stigma reduction interventions and measurement.
This guide is a set of activities created to address multiple partnerships, with an emphasis on those that are overlapping or concurrent (sometimes referred to as “multiple concurrent partnerships” or MCPs). This resource was designed to supplement other programs on sexuality education or HIV prevention.
This report outlines PEPFAR’s HIV/AIDS work in the Dominican Republic with vulnerable populations including commercial sex workers (CSW) and their clients, MSM, residents of Bateyes, women with four years or fewer of formal education, members of the Dominican military, drug users, prisoners, and mobile populations.