Adolescent Prevention

Adolescent-friendly health services for adolescents living with HIV: from theory to practice

This publication primarily seeks to define and clarify the key elements of adolescent-friendly health services to help ensure that adolescents living with HIV receive appropriate and effective treatment, summarize existing guidance on adolescent-friendly health services and differentiated service delivery for adolescents living with HIV while showcasing best-practice case studies based on country experience in implementing these services.

This document is the result of collaborative work between the Department of HIV and Global Hepatitis Programme, WHO and the HIV/AIDS section, UNICEF.

November 2019: Research Summary

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)
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AGYW Webinar 1 - FOR GIRLS BY GIRLS: Lessons learned from girl-led initiatives

WEBINAR

FOR GIRLS BY GIRLS: Lessons learned from girl-led initiatives on HIV prevention, sexual and reproductive health and gender-based violence

Thursday, 31 October 2019

The session provides:

• Examples of effective strategies for engaging with diverse groups of adolescent girls and young women on HIV prevention, sexual and reproductive health (SRH) and gender-based violence (GBV);

Research Summary - Q2 2019 Newsletter

The Learning Collaborative draws on scientific research published in the second quarter of 2019 to bring you short summaries of the following topics: PMTCT, HIV testing strategies, paediatric treatment, HIV prevention and treatment in adolescent girls and young women, adherence and retention in care, and global governance and financing for HIV.