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Case Study

In Zambia’s Southern Province, the Community PMTCT Follow-up Register Project is improving access and adherence to HIV testing and treatment for pr

Both NGO and community-based organization (CBO) approaches can benefit HIV program management. This case study explores the significant role of com

In Karnataka, India, HIV testing and counseling services have revealed unexpectedly high levels of TB-HIV co-infection. In response, the Samastha P

During emergencies, the fragile healthcare infrastructures in many developing countries cannot address acute injuries while continuing to manage ch

In India, most new HIV infections are concentrated in specific groups within the population and in certain areas of the country. To effectively r

Gender norms affect the behavior and life choices of both men and women. In Vietnam, these norms sometimes drive people into situations where they

An in-depth look at the Peter C. Alderman Foundation's efforts to integrate HIV services and referrals into their mental health program in the post

A step-by-step example of how a program in Vietnam integrated mental health services into 1) a HIV care and treatment program and 2) a methadone ma

Events

PEPFAR, in collaboration with AIDSTAR-One, is presenting a series of webinars targeting program planners and policy makers interested in improving

USAID, in collaboration with AIDSTAR-One, is presenting a series of webinars targeting program planners interested in utilizing care and support to

Promising Practice

In 2005, the first Teen Club for HIV-positive adolescents in Botswana was started at the Botswana-Baylor Children’s Clinical C

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

The Family Health Integrated Development Assistance (FAHIDA) Savings and Loan Project provides savings and credit services to

The RAPIDS approach consists of a systematic scale-up of successful community-based palliative care models of home-based care

The AIDS Support Organization (TASO) was founded in 1987 by Noerine Kaleeba and 15 other colleagues, some of whom have now pas

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

HCI Project and earlier QAP work in Russia provided demonstrations of the now broadly diffused quality improvement collaborati

AMPATH is amongst the largest and most comprehensive HIV/AIDS-control systems in sub-Saharan Africa, providing a complete syst

AMITIE enhances the ability of communities and the government to respond to the needs of OVC and PLWH through home and facilit

HIV Prevention Knowledge Base Entry

HIV-serodiscordant couples, in which one partner is HIV-positive and the other is HIV-negative, are now recognized as a priority for HIV prevention

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

HIV can be transmitted from a mother to her child during pregnancy or delivery. When a mother is HIV infected, her baby can also be infected throu

Positive Health, Dignity, and Prevention (PHDP) interventions target people living with HIV to promote health and reduce the risk of transmission t

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

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

In the last decade, donors have increased their funding levels and capacity-building efforts to community groups that address the needs of children

In collaboration with the Zimbabwe Ministry of Health and Child Welfare and the PEPFAR Care and Support and Treatment Technical Working Groups, AID

AIDSTAR-One developed and piloted educational tools to increase appropriate prescription and use of co-trimoxazole for eligible people living with

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

This report, Equipping Parents and Health Providers to Address the Psychological and Social Challenges of Caring for Children Living with H

This technical report examines a nutritional assessment, counseling, and support (NACS) program in Uganda that uses a quality improvement approach

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

Spotlight

This editorial summarizes the evidence on condoms for HIV prevention, discusses barriers and opportunities regarding supply, and proposes ways to r

Technical Brief

 

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

This technical brief documents promising practices in critical services related to the psychological and social wellbeing of perinatally-infected c

Tools and Curricula

Integration of mental health and HIV programs has the potential to significantly improve health outcomes for PLHIV. This training package, which is

This draft resource tool provides guidance on operationalizing structural programming for HIV prevention. The tool is designed to help both U.S. Go

Palliative care is a key component of caring and supporting people living with HIV. As such, PEPFAR is strengthening countries' efforts to increa

Co-trimoxazole (also known as Septrin) is a well-tolerated, inexpensive, and cost-effective antimicrobial that reduces the risk of pneumonia, dia

The curriculum provides detailed activities to improve WASH systems in health facilities by ensuring a safe and sufficient supply of water, sanitat

Health Policy Initiative Document

Describes how NGOs in Chiapas halted passage of a law criminalizing HIV transmission.

This case study describes how TO1 of the HPI and its predecessor, the POLICY Project, helped establish Kenya's first national network of HIV-positi

This brief describes how the HPI's support has helped NEPHAK emerge as a strong, sustainable institution, able to successfully champion the rights

This document describes how HPI and KETAM have successfully championed Kenyans' right to access affordable HIV treatment, care, and support service

This brief describes how TO1 of the HPI in Kenya helped HIV-positive health workers come together to form a network to fight stigma and discriminat

This document describes the HPI's efforts to support HIV positive teachers in Kenya in fighting stigma and discrimination, advocating for teachers'

This brief documents how in 2008 PLHIV came together to form two national networks: the Vietnam Network of People Living with HIV (VNP+) and the Vi

This paper describes how projects supported by USAID, including the HPI, helped Vietnam to greatly improve its HIV policy and legal framework.

The HPI collaborated with in-country partners to establish and operate legal clinics and a hotline as a way to facilitate implementation and monito

This publication details how the work of the HPI and its partners has given a core group of PLHIV the tools to break the isolation PLHIV face in th

This success story focuses on how the first-ever registered NGO for HIV-positive women in Mexico promotes empowerment and networking.

The purpose of this curriculum is to support a truly sustainable HIV response in the MENA Region.

The course, available on the USAID website, explores and examines stigma and discrimination as they relate to HIV and AIDS.

The TOT provides a comprehensive program designed to train participants in the skills necessary to deliver training sessions by and for PLHIV and