AIDS is now the leading cause of death among adolescents 10-19 years in Africa.
Adolescents and young people living with HIV (A/YPLHIV) remain an inadequately served population, with less access to ART than adults, experiencing lower rates of adherence, virological suppression and immunologic recovery. Amidst renewed urgency in the HIV response for adolescence through initiatives, such as; DREAMS, ACT and All In, there remains a critical need to identify and disseminate approaches that effectively adapt global targets and recommendations to local contexts and realities. While some health facilities have developed novel operational approaches in response to the unique needs of ALHIV, too often these initiatives are unreported. Documentation of novel operational approaches and promising practice is a key to providing evidence for dedicated and differentiated adolescent friendly policy and practice.