This information note presents World Health Organization (WHO) recommendations related to resilient and sustainable systems for health and responses to HIV, TB and malaria. These recommendations should serve as the basis for interventions that are potentially included in the concept note; some of these are specific to adolescents, and some relate to broader [...]


This guideline, by the World Health Organisation (WHO), aims to provide evidence-based recommendations for quality clinical care for children and adolescents who have, or may have, been subjected to sexual abuse, in order to mitigate the negative health consequences and improve their well-being. READ GUIDELINES


The purpose of this toolkit: the toolkit is aimed at strengthening PLHIV engagement and demand for client-centred models of care, specifically differentiated ART delivery. the purpose of this toolkit is to provide up-to-date information, knowledge and skills that are required to advocate for differentiated ART delivery in its different forms. this toolkit illustrates [...]


The UNAIDS Right to Health report reveals that efforts to improve access to HIV treatment have taken effect - by June 2017, around 20.9 million people had access to life-saving medicines. However, it also reveals that the most vulnerable and marginalised in society still face considerable challenges in accessing healthcare. VIEW REPORT [...]