Related Technical Resources

keyword:

child health

The section below includes technical resources from AIDSTAR-One and other PEPFAR partners that are related by keyword. Click on a title below to view a resource or go back to the page you were visiting.

Case Study

The SIDHAS program (2010-14) helps to mitigate the risks faced by Nigeria’s orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) through technical assistance to g

More than a decade of conflict has ravaged the health infrastructure and service delivery in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). As a result,

Family Planning Integration Documents

Tanzania, with an unbroken record of political stability and abundant natural resources, is a key partner of the United States in East Africa. In r

Nigeria is Africa’s most populous nation, and although it enjoys considerable oil and gas resources, its health indicators are among the worst in t

HIV Prevention Knowledge Base Entry

Prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT; also known as prevention of vertical transmission) refers to interventions to prevent transmissi

Technical Consultation Material

September 2013, Tanzania- From September 4-5, 2013, the PEPFAR OVC Technical Working Group, with additional support from the USAID/Tanzania

April 2012, Washington, DC- This meeting, hosted by the PEPFAR Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) and Gender Technical Working Gr

November 2011, Ethiopia - This field-driven learning technical consultation—hosted by the PEPFAR Technical Working Groups (TWGs) for Care

March 2011, Washington, DC - Participants at this meeting shared FP/HIV/MNCH integration experiences, identified research priorities for e

Report

Linkages to and retention in HIV care for people living with HIV has emerged as a priority under the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relie

Early access to antiretroviral therapy (ART) is particularly important for HIV-infected children. In Nigeria, a disparity exists between pediatric

This document aims to facilitate an understanding of the bi-directional relationship between HIV and food and nutrition security. It illustrates th

In 2011, AIDSTAR-One conducted a rapid assessment of pediatric HIV treatment scale-up in Zambia to better understand the barriers to providing and/

In guidelines released in 2010, the World Health Organization recommends that health facilities integrate prevention of mother-to-child transmissio

Community-based early childhood development (ECD) centers can be an important focal point for delivering comprehensive services to young children w

This literature review assesses the existing evidence base on integrated models for HIV-positive women and their HIV-positive/-exposed infants. It

Spotlight

Sustained research successes during the first two decades of the AIDS epidemic, an unprecedented expansion of HIV prevention and treatment programs

Technical Brief

With new prevention strategies on the horizon and HIV incidence stabilizing or declining in many parts of the world, the tides are beginning to tur

A promising development approach for addressing food and nutrition insecurity for orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) is permaculture. In the con

HIV presents an increasing risk to pregnant women, their infants, and their families. In response, governments are looking to the integration of

Tools and Curricula

This series of booklets is designed to aid caregivers of children living with HIV in the step-by-step pediatric disclosure process. The booklets ar

These technical considerations and accompanying job aids serve as a guide for medical providers to address and respond to the unique needs and righ