This tool aims to arm local community groups serving gay men and other men who have sex with men (MSM) with the ability to independently implement training programs to build cultural and clinical competency among healthcare providers serving their communities.
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These treatment guidelines serve as a framework for selecting the most potent and feasible first-line and second-line ART regimens for the care of HIV-infected infants and children.
The purpose of this guidance is to assist PEPFAR country teams in developing Country Operational Plans (COPs) that align activities to prevent sexual transmission of HIV with country-specific epidemiology and country-owned responses, and that support the continuum of response at the country level.
This set of guidelines from UNAIDS provides a results-driven framework to expedite and greatly expand coverage of HIV testing and trreatment.
The guidelines are based on three principles:
These guidelines combined guidance on the use of ARV medication for HIV treatment and prevention across all age groups and populations.
These guidelines aim to assist community leaders and civil society organisations to:
This tool helps the user determine readiness to start taking HIV treatment.
This comprehensive booklet outlines many aspects of HIV. It begins with explaining how the body defends itself against illness, and then goes on to explain how HIV works in the body. In addition to the basic information, several HIV positive individuals are profiled throughout the booklet.
The contents include:
This pamphlet outlines the basic information about getting tested for HIV, emphasizing that knowing your status will empower you protect your body, your health and your partners.
This pamphlet explains the importance of getting tested for HIV as the first step in protecting oneself and one's partners and living a healthy life.
This is an online flipbook which outlines the importance of adherence to one's HIV/AIDS treatment regimen. It explains what adherence means, what happens if one does not take one's treatment, and offers some advice on how to adhere to treatment plans.