Resource Library

Several countries in sub-Saharan Africa are implementing decentralized drug distribution (DDD) models to make HIV treatment services more convenient for patients while reducing the burden on health systems. To support these efforts, the USAID- and PEPFAR-supported Meeting Targets and Maintaining…

In this webinar, Bhekisisa editor, Mia Malan, is in conversation with an Eastern Cape COVID doctor, HIV physician and a psychiatrist about the mental health challenges epidemics pose to health workers.

***This webinar was presented in partnership with the Healthcare Workers Care…

Global action to combat HIV/AIDS has had an immense impact in the African Region. By the end of 2017, 15.3 million people living with HIV (PLHIV) in the African Region were accessing life-saving antiretroviral drugs (ARVs), representing 70% of the 21.7 million people accessing antiretrovirals (…

On July 29, AVAC held a webinar Understanding the EMA Opinion: Next Steps for Dapivirine Vaginal Ring for advocates to learn about next steps on the regulatory process and implications for rollout from advocates, International Partnership for…

What will happen to HIV and TB under COVID-19? Our editor-in-chief Mia Malan spoke to an excellent panel to answer this question.

  • TB and HIV patients are more likely to die from COVID-19, but they’re still better off than people living with hypertension and…

Hear Dr. Vincent Tukei of Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation discuss SOAR findings on adverse pregnancy outcomes among HIV-positive women in Lesotho during an interview with…

Professor Quarraisha Abdool Karim is one of the world’s leading AIDS researchers and has made pioneering contributions to understanding the HIV epidemic in young people, especially among young women. She joined us for a two-part series to explain her latest research into epidemic hot spots in…

Video recording of the AIDS Research Advisory Committee meeting, which took place January 28, 2019.

This four-minute video of a participatory demonstration by Bridges of Hope Training of some 'edutainment' activities around…

This animation explains what clinical trials are, how they are conducted, and why they are important for patients with diseases like pancreatic cancer. The animation also provides an overview of study design, eligibility criteria, informed consent, safeguards, different phases of clinical trials…

USAID and PEPFAR's approach to pursuing HIV epidemic control is transforming lives and supporting the development of healthy, self-reliant Malawian people. This video demonstrates how partners are collaborating to bring HIV services to hard-to-reach populations, such as fishermen. …

This booklet provides information on living well with HIV as you get older.

More and more people living with HIV are now in their fifties, sixties or beyond. You may have had HIV for decades and have a lot of previous experience of HIV and its treatment. Or you may have been diagnosed…

The Accelerating Children’s HIV/AIDS Treatment (ACT) Initiative was a public-private partnership that expanded pediatric HIV services in nine sub-Saharan African countries from 2014-2016, providing treatment to more than 560,000 children living with HIV. The ACT Initiative was implemented by…

UNAIDS has just launched a new initiative to highlight the imperative need to treat people with respect and dignity in order to achieve positive social change, including ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030.
 
When there is respect and dignity, people are not judged for…

An essential first step in caring for HIV-infected children is accurate and early diagnosis of HIV, early HIV testing, prompt return of results, and rapid initiation of treatment. Survival of HIV‐infected infants depends on a robust early infant diagnosis (EID) system that allows for tracking of…

This video series explores key questions that may arise from having a Christian Faith and living with HIV, and will be useful for a range of audiences. The video topics represent the common issues in the journey of a Christian diagnosed with HIV.

PEPFAR-funded programs for vulnerable children and adolescents are assessed using the Site Improvement Monitoring System (SIMS) to ensure that programs are meeting minimum standards and providing quality services to vulnerable children and families. In the orphans and vulnerable children (OVC)…

AVERT's searchable hub is a comprehensive collection of all its HIV and AIDS-related infographics, videos, audio and photo galleries.

HIV care and treatment is crucial for reaching global 90-90-90 targets. One approach is not sufficient. Considerations in planning and evaluating programs and services must include addressing stigma, location of services, populations most at risk, a mix of health service venues, and implications…

What is differentiated care? This short IAS Youth Voices video explains what it is and how it could help young people with HIV.

This NAM illustrated leaflet explains how hepatitis C is passed on during sex.

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) joins the international community in commemorating 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence,

September 15, 2016

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) HIV Treatment Works campaign for people living with HIV features the stories of individuals talking about how sticking to HIV treatment helps them stay healthy, protect others, do what they love, and live a longer, healthier life.

This book provides a compilation of the discussions and lessons sharing from the regional traditional leaders summit hosted by the Southern Africa HIV and AIDS Information Dissemination Service (SAfAIDS). The focus of the summit was to provide a platform for traditional leaders in southern…

Featuring: 

Dr. Jim Yong Kim 
President, World Bank

Dr. Paul Farmer  
Chief Strategist and Co-Founder, Partners in Health

Dr. Aaron Motsoaledi 

The Prevention Update is an online library that provides a sample of summaries and abstracts of recent published articles on global HIV prevention issues from a variety of scientific, peer-reviewed journals. It also includes state-of-the-art program resources, such as tools, curricula, program…

In this video, Greg Martin talks about four areas of competencies needed to be effective in public health and global health. He places particular importance on management, leadership and governance.

There are more than one million children under the age of 18 living in Lesotho. One in three of these children are orphans, and nearly half (45%) of all households are caring for at least one orphan. This situation is primarily due to the impact of HIV and AIDS in Lesotho: the country has an HIV…