Malawi

eLearning course
November 28, 2016

Purpose: Stigma and discrimination related to HIV and AIDS have a profound effect on the course of the epidemic.

eLearning course
November 28, 2016

Purpose: Part 1 provides an overview of HIV/AIDS biology, epidemiology, and prevention.

Objectives: Basic concepts in HIV including:

Resource
November 28, 2016

The African communications 'revolution' has generated optimism that mobile phones might help overcome infrastructural barriers to healthcare provision in resource-poor contexts.

Resource
November 15, 2016

DREAMS is an ambitious $385 million partnership to reduce HIV infections among adolescent girls and young women in 10 sub-Saharan African countries.

eLearning course
November 14, 2016

Purpose: It is important to harness geography to manage, analyze, and leverage spatial data effectively when planning, monitoring, and evaluating health sector programs.

Resource
November 9, 2016

HIV diagnosis and linkage to care are the main barriers in Africa to achieving the UNAIDS 90-90-90 targets. We assessed HIV-positive status awareness and linkage to care among survey participants in Chiradzulu District, Malawi.

eLearning course
November 4, 2016

Purpose: This course will help you consider the benefits of integrating family planning (FP) services and counseling with HIV/AIDS services – and how that can be done.

eLearning course
October 25, 2016

Purpose:The purpose of this course is to promote data use for evidence-based HIV/AIDS program planning and improvement. By the end of this course, learners will understand concepts of data use and approaches to facilitate data use in HIV/AIDS programming.

eLearning course
October 25, 2016

For the launch of this course, the first module has been made freely available and marks the start of the collaboration between the Health[e]Foundation and the International AIDS Society (IAS).

Resource
October 24, 2016

Gender is an important factor in child development. Especially in sub-Saharan Africa, girls have often been shown to be less likely to access education compared to boys.