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Case Study

According to the World Health Organization, more than two-thirds of the 34.2 million people living with HIV at the end of 2011 live in countries af

The Samastha Project aimed to provide a comprehensive program of networked HIV prevention, treatment, care and support services for most-at-risk po

In 2007, Kenya experienced a wave of violence following its presidential elections. This case study documents the emergency plans that had been in

After the 2009 release of WHO’s Rapid Advice for HIV treatment in adults and adolescents, Zambia launched a broad-based effort to update i

This case study details Guyana's process for revision of their national HIV treatment guidelines, based on

The Health Initiatives for the Private Sector (HIPS) Project is a model for involving private providers in a national HIV/AIDS prevention and treat

Promising Practice

BroadReach Healthcare's North West Province Down Referral Model in South Africa reduces overburdened public health resources b

The AIDS Support Organization (TASO) with support from CDC implemented a home-based ART, prevention counseling and VCT program

HIV Prevention Knowledge Base Entry

Antiretroviral therapy (ART), generally used to improve the health of the person being treated, can also serve as a preventive strategy by reducing

Technical Consultation Material

February 2012, Gabarone, Botswana - The U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief PMTCT/Pediatric Technical Working Group and the Unit

La “Consulta Técnica Regional sobre el Tratamiento Antirretroviral para Latino America y el Caribe” se realizó en Santo Domingo, República Dominica

Report

In 2012, AIDSTAR-One created a Toolkit for Transition of Care and Other Services for Adolescents Living with HIV to provide tools and guidan

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

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

This report uses case studies to review HIV treatment programming during complex emergencies that are both short- and long-term in nature and the r

The following tables are the product of a focused effort to collect and present information on hospice and palliative care drugs included in the li

With the scale-up of HIV treatment programs, substantial funding has been committed to guarantee an uninterrupted supply of co-trimoxazole for pe

This technical report discusses the many services needed throughout the prevention of mother-to-child transmission

The countries of Central Asia are witnessing one of the fastest growing HIV epidemics in the world. AIDSTAR-One, at the request of USAID/Central

Success Story

Hundreds of tons of pharmaceuticals are shipped into or produced within low- and middle-income countries each year to treat the approximately 4 m

Technical Brief

As the number of adolescents living with HIV (ALHIV) continues to grow, the need to improve services, policies, and programs intensifies. This tech

 

In 2010, the World Health Organization released revised recommendations for adult and adolescent HIV treatment. This t

In April 2008, the WHO Technical Reference Group for Pediatric HIV/ART and Care released a series of nine updated recommendations for diagnostic

Many countries have begun to decentralize HIV treatment to primary health care (PHC) centers to decrease the burden of providing HIV services at ex

Adherence to treatment (particularly ART) and retention in care are necessary to optimize clinical outcomes in people living with HIV. Most of the

Highlights the key mental health issues in the continuum of HIV care and reviews promising programmatic practices for addressing these issues in re

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

Transitioning management of HIV care and treatment programs is a long-term, nonlinear process. Decisions about what to transition to whom and h