Care & Support
Access to integrated care and support (C&S) services is extremely important for people living with HIV (PLWH) and their families. Comprehensive C&S programming helps PLWH improve their overall well-being by working with health providers, family members, and the community to stabilize health, treat opportunistic infections and other illnesses, provide nutritional support, improve the safety of drinking water, and offer psychosocial and spiritual support, among other services.
- Tech Briefs
- Case Studies
Engaging narratives that document how effective HIV programs work—from idea to intervention—and the lessons learned along the way.
Tools to increase and sustain Co-trimoxazole use
AIDSTAR-One good and promising practices include descriptions of successful approaches to HIV treatment as well as links to tools and resources to enable program planners to replicate evidence-informed HIV care and support programs.
A wide range of assessments and technical documentation to better understand each country’s epidemic and the effectiveness of targeted interventions.
Summaries of the core programmatic components of emerging areas in HIV programming, including solutions to common implementation challenges.
Technical Consultation Materials
Presentations, meeting reports, and related materials from recent PEPFAR technical consultations.
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Training Curriculum
AIDSTAR-One has recently finalized a new draft training resource that aims to address problems around water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) at health facilities to improve the quality of life of PLWH and their families.