The other 29 days – Caregiver support for family-centred HIV services in sub-Saharan Africa

2017-08-08T13:28:36+00:00

The other 29 days - Caregiver support for family-centred HIV  services in sub-Saharan Africa Caregivers and families play a central role in the wellbeing of children living with HIV. A narrow paradigm of individualised care at monthly clinic visits fails to maximize the potential and responsibility of families to improve health outcomes and build [...]

Intersections of HIV and Social Science Research in South Africa

2017-08-08T13:28:37+00:00

Intersections of HIV and Social Science Research in South Africa How to translate global commitments and targets into local realities? Global commitments can only influence paediatric and adolescent outcomes insofar as they emerge as practical, concrete activities and interventions. Strategies are needed linking evidence and practice beyond policy reform to Develop and share implementation [...]

HIV treatment and care services for adolescents – A situational analysis of 218 facilities in 23 sub-Saharan countries

2017-08-08T13:28:37+00:00

HIV treatment and care services for  adolescents - A situational analysis of 218  facilities in 23 sub-Saharan countries Review adolescent HIV treatment and care services in sub-Saharan Africa in order to identify policy and programmatic gaps for contribution to the development of global guidance on adolescent treatment - commissioned by the WHO. Read document [...]

Peer-led models – Adolescent HIV care and treatment

2017-08-08T13:28:37+00:00

Peer-led models - Adolescent HIV care and treatment “Peer to peer youth groups are highly effective since a common bond forms, and adolescents share their own personal issues, and find solutions for common problems.” Doctor, Ethiopia Read document here

Health worker sensitization – Promising practices from PATA’s REACH and Peers2Zero programmes

2017-08-08T13:28:37+00:00

Health worker sensitization - Promising practices from PATA's REACH and Peers2Zero programmes We request friendly and sensitized healthcare workers with positive attitudes and ask that HIV and SRH services be provided to us with care, acceptance, respect and without judgment. We should be provided with comprehensive information and recognized as capable of making our own [...]