Tanzania

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September 10, 2018

A recently concluded randomized study in Tanzania found that short-term conditional cash and food transfers significantly improved HIV-infected patients’ possession of antiretroviral therapy (ART) and reduced patient loss to follow-up (LTFU).

Event
July 31, 2018

To achieve 95-95-95 targets for HIV epidemic control, facilities and other HIV service delivery points (e.g., communities) need to provide efficient and effective services to ensure that people living with HIV know their status, receive and sustain antiretroviral therapy, and achieve viral suppre

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July 20, 2018

Despite global reductions in AIDS-related deaths among adults, the rate for children increased by 50 percent. This increase points to inadequate testing, counselling, and treatment coverage and poor retention in services for these children.

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June 26, 2018

The Southern Africa HIV and AIDS Regional Exchange (SHARE) is pleased to present the third issue of the project’s research digest.

Event
May 16, 2018

Join MEASURE Evaluation on May 24 at 9:00am EDT for a webinar presenting findings from an activity assessing the cost of case management in orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) programs across six countries.

News
May 14, 2018

Adolescent girls have an important role to play in influencing adolescent boys’ decision to undergo voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC), new research suggests.

Resource
April 10, 2018

People who inject drugs are at high risk of acquiring hepatitis B (HBV), hepatitis C (HCV), and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) due to risky injection and sexual practices.

News
April 4, 2018

With research showing that male circumcision reduces the odds of getting HIV through heterosexual sex by 60 percent, more boys and young men – primarily those between the ages of 10 and 19 – are having the procedure done, largely in eastern and southern African nations where circumcision is rarel

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February 5, 2018

Though timely initiation of antiretroviral therapy (ART) is a vital component of effective HIV prevention, care and treatment, people who inject drugs are less likely to receive ART than their non-drug using counterparts.