A total of 30 participants from India, Nepal, Nigeria, Sri Lanka, Thailand and the United States attended the webinar on March 20, 2017 to discuss Thailand's lessons learned in reaching the elimination of mother-to-child transmission (EMTCT) of HIV and syphilis. Thailand is the first country in the Asia and the Pacific region and the first with a large HIV epidemic to receive validation from the WHO for achieving this milestone.
The links to the presentation and summary are below:
A total of 105 participants from Uganda, Nepal, Iran, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Kenya, and many other countries attended the webinar on March 9th which featured new research on PMTCT and pediatric treatment presented at CROI 2017.
The links to the webinar, presentations, and webinar summary are below:
Global and regional epidemiological and response snapshots based on the UNAIDS 2019 HIV estimates.
COVID-19: What Paediatric HIV Programmes Need to Know
On 20 April 2020, UNICEF's Children and AIDS Learning Collaborative held the first in a new series of webinars on COVID-19, children, pregnant women and HIV.
The webinar covered:
Webinar: Updates from CROI 2020 on pregnant women, children, adolescents and HIV
Thursday, 26 March, 2020 9:00–10:30 AM EST
Dr. Lynne Mofenson, Senior HIV Technical Advisor at the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, shared an overview of the latest science on HIV/AIDS related to women, children and adolescents presented virtually at CROI 2020.
In developing this revised document, WHO and the GVAC considered the input of national programmes, regional validation teams and committees, and experts in the areas of programme, data quality, laboratory standards, human rights, gender equality and community engagement. Topic areas that needed revision were also discussed during face-to-face meetings of the GVAC held in Geneva in June 2016 and June 2017.
Download a selection of abstracts related to children, HIV and AIDS published in peer-reviewed journals between July and October 2019.
The topics in this issue of the research summary are: (1) HIV in pregnancy and breastfeeding, (2) HIV prevention, (3) HIV testing and diagnostics, (4) paediatric HIV treatment, (5) HIV service delivery for adolescents and young people and (6) HIV epidemic among adolescent girls and young women.
From, UNICEF Newsletter: For every child, ending AIDS (November 2019)