The Double Dividend accelerates action towards ending paediatric HIV and AIDS and improving child survival. It provides evidence and emerging data to support initiatives that serve HIV exposed children and strengthen service delivery platforms.
Namibia's National Guidelines for Antiretroviral Therapy (5th Edition) incorporates the latest WHO guidelines for treating and supporting people living with HIV. These guidelines utilize the 90-90-90 targets to end global AIDS by 2030 as a vision to end the AIDS epidemic in Namibia. The plan discusses expansion of HIV treatment and prevention, management of PrEP, PEP, and other ART, viral load monitoring, and patient centred HIV care for special populations.
Research commissioned by UNICEF through the OHTA Initiative Presented by Laurie Ackerman Gulaid, Consultant
2014 IATT Webinar Series
This presentation from the IATT Webinar Series in December 2014 summarizes research to support the scale up of lifelong ART for pregnant and breastfeeding women. It presents guiding principles, promising practices and key considerations for community-facility linkages.
Report on the external mid-term, formative evaluation of the Optimizing HIV Treatment Access (OHTA) for pregnant and breastfeeding women Initiative in Uganda, Malawi, Ivory Coast and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
UNICEF's Lessons Learned for HIV Programming: 2013 Floods in Gaza Province, Mozambique
Despite the high HIV prevalence in gaza Province, HIV was not accounted for in the initial emergency response and assessments. This oversight affected treatment continuity and other services for PLHIV. Continued access to HIV treatment and services is critical to preventing new infections and drug resistance.
Presentation on the Unfinished Agenda: HIV/AIDS among Children and Adolescents from the High-Level Meeting Civil Society Hearing.