Going Online to Accelerate the Impact of HIV Programs
Going Online is a vision and evolving framework for how HIV programs can use online and mobile platforms to accelerate impact toward meeting their HIV education, prevention, testing and treatment objectives.
The LINKAGES project developed this vision to help populations facing the greatest HIV risks make connections to life-affirming and lifesaving services in an increasingly connected world. The vision will also help other stakeholders in the HIV response, including governments and community organizations seeking to modernize and diversify approaches, to reach and engage people in HIV services in ways that meet their needs and preferences.
- Acceleration of Self-Care in the Time of COVID-19
- Who Self-Cares Wins
- Self-Care: Better Daily Health for Individuals and Societies
- Self-Care: A Cost Effective Solution for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health for All
- WHO Consolidated Guideline on Self-care Interventions for Health: Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
- Advocacy Roadmap- Igniting a Self-Care Movement for Sexual and Reproductive Health
- Self-Care Quality of Care Framework
- Home-Based Care Reference Guide for COVID-19
- Women and Girls Health and Rights Power Model
- Toolkit for Transition of Care and Other Services for Adolescents Living with HIV
- Self-Care in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights: A New Frontier in Healthcare
- Is Contraceptive Self-injection Cost-effective Compared to Contraceptive Injections from Facility-Based health Workers? Evidence from Uganda
- Costs and Cost-effectiveness of Subcutaneous DMPA through Different Delivery Channels: What the Evidence Tells Us
- Using Digital Technology for Sexual and Reproductive Health: Are Programs Adequately Considering Risk?
- Journey to DMPA-SC in the Sahel
September 3, 2020