The Adolescent Age and Life-Stage Assessment and Counseling tools aim to support health provider efforts to seize teachable moments while talking with adolescents on a one-on-one basis at the health facility.
Global (more than two regions)
Daily coronavirus disease (COVID-19) situation reports include global case counts in the last 24 hours and other surveillance data. The reports also include highlights of important developments as well as WHO preparendess and response actions.
The purpose of this training program is to address the need for peer educators to actively engage with PLWHAs in enhancing entry into HIV care, promoting antiretroviral therapy (ART) adherence, and facilitating long-term retention in HIV care.
These guidelines spell out why strict adherence to antiretroviral therapy (ART) is key to sustained HIV suppression, reduced risk of drug resistance, improved overall health, quality of life, and survival, as well as decreased risk of HIV transmission.
This factsheet presents questions and answers about "Treatment 2.0" - a new approach to HIV treatment. It is hoped that by treating HIV in this new way, there will be a dramatic increase in ARV coverage not only to save lives and
meet Universal Access goals, but as a strategy to significantly reduce new HIV infections.
This fact sheet describes the stages of the HIV treatment cascade, and why it is important.
This publication aims to provide a unified framework to guide both PEP policy development and the implementation of services. These guidelines include suggestions for inclusion of information about PEP in HIV testing and counseling situations, and how to integrate PEP counseling training into the education regimen of service providers.
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: