Project Description

The is brief is aimed at organisations working with ALHIV who wish to implement evidence-based programmes. The paper provides a snapshot of some promising interventions in sub-Saharan Africa profiled in the recent literature (2010 onwards). It is crucial that interventions make a difference not only to the treatment outcomes but also to the quality of life of ALHIV. Such interventions need not be complex or costly, if they are sustainable, and listen to and work closely with young people living with HIV and their communities.