In 2012, the Government of Uganda launched Option B +, a new prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission program in collaboration with WHO. The antiretroviral treatment is available for pregnant and breastfeeding women living with HIV.
This page provides answers to many questions about PrEP, including:
ChezasSalama.com is an interactive website in Kiswahili and English which delivers facts about sexual and reproductive health and lifestyle in a fresh, youthful and colourful way.
As part of a national initiative to archive important SBCC documentation, the Government of Bangladesh established easy-to-access digital archives which contain SBCC materials developed by the 3 MoHFW units:
The goal of Stay Teen is to encourage young people to enjoy their teen years and avoid the responsibilities that come with too-early pregnancy and parenting. The site strives to provide information about issues like sex, relationships, waiting, and contraception, in order to better prepare teens to make informed choices for their future.
These guidelines are aimed at clinicians and community-based HIV prevention providers about early initiation of ART for personal and public health benefits. They include information about ARV treament for prevention of HIV transmission and adherence to ART treatment.
This tool helps the user determine readiness to start taking HIV treatment.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) developed Testing Makes Us Stronger for black gay and bisexual men with input from black gay and bisexual men across the country. The goal of this national campaign is to promote HIV testing among black gay and bisexual men.
This website offers an overview of some of the materials produced for the Act Against AIDS campaign available for download. It offers HTML code for organizations that wish to place badges and banners on their website to link to the CDC's various Act Against AIDS campaign websites.