A novel approach to prevent HIV infection will be studied by ICAP in Mozambique’s Gaza Province, in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO) and with funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Formerly known as University Research South Africa (URSA), Aquity Innovations incorporates the legacy of URSA, while providing a platform to reemphasize our vision of an organization which is a hub for innovation in community- and patient - centered health and social development.
Under the supervision of International Center for AIDS Care and Treatment Programs (ICAP) in Mozambique’s MCH Sub Unit Manager and in coordination with ICAP-New York Clinical and Training Unit, the Pediatric Advisorwill work closely with Mozambican MOH counterpart
Young people in eastern and southern Africa, like many of their peers around the world, often receive conflicting and inaccurate information about sex. This can lead to badly informed decisions about how, when or with whom to have sex and how to protect themselves against HIV.
Under the supervision of the International Center for AIDS Care and Treatment Programs (ICAP) in Mozambique’s MCH Sub Unit Manager and in coordination with ICAP-New York Clinical and Training Unit, the Pediatric Advisor will work closely with Mozambican MOH counterparts to develop new st
Problem About 1.6 million people in the southeast African country of Mozambique live with HIV. Antiretroviral therapy can prevent its spread, but only 74 percent of patients who start HIV treatment are still taking the medicines a year later.
This is the eighth in a series of articles analysing regional progress on gender equality and women's empowerment. With 2015 finally here, notable progress has been made in reducing HIV and AIDS prevalence and stemming new infections.