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Case Study

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

Despite scale-up of HIV testing and counseling (HTC) interventions mostly involving voluntary counseling and testing (VCT) or client-initiated test

Promising Practice

Strategically Managing AIDS Response in the Workplace (SMARTWork) works in partnership with the Nigerian Business Coalition Ag

Health Initiatives for the Private Sector (HIPS), a USAID-funded project, partners with private companies to design and implem

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

The donor-sponsored ICAS voucher scheme in Nicaragua is an example of effectively employing output-based aid. The voucher prog

The DCSA Workplace HIV/AIDS program provides prevention, care, support and treatment services to employees, their dependents a

In support of the National Strategic Framework for HIV/AIDS in Uganda, the AIM Project was designed to assist with increasing

LoveLife is a comprehensive national-scale HIV prevention program focused specifically on the 12-17 age range. It was launched

EGPA's strategy in Uganda has been to complement Uganda Ministry of Health and private partners to cover human resource, infra

HIV Prevention Knowledge Base Entry

Although the effects of HIV in the workplace differ by the size of the company/organization and the type of labor employed, for many companies

Technical Brief

In sub-Saharan Africa, HIV has negatively impacted both natural resource management (NRM) and economic growth (EG). This technical brief is a resou

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

Increasing demand for HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment, care and support in developing countries necessitates a renewed focus on models that increa

HIV presents an increasing risk to pregnant women, their infants, and their families. In response, governments are looking to the integration of

Health Policy Initiative Document

This guide provides practical steps to develop and implement HIV care and prevention programs for both employees and managers in Mexico.

This document details Côte d'Ivoire's HIV/AIDS policy agenda.