AIDSFree HIV HTS Guidance Database

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The AIDSFree HIV Testing Services (HTS) Guidance Database has been updated with new guidelines from many PEPFAR priority countries. The database features HTS guidelines & policies on consent and confidentiality, testing algorithms & strategies, use of mandatory testing, quality assurance & quality improvement, and self-testing.

Visit the database now to find new policies from Botswana, Ethiopia, India, Mozambique, Nepal, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa, Swaziland, and Zimbabwe.

September 11, 2017
Year of publication
2017
Resource types
Guidelines and Policies
Countries
Tags
HIV testing services (HTS), HIV self-testing (HIVST), quality assurance, PEPFAR, mandatory testing, Botswana, Ethiopia, India, Mozambique, Nepal, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa, Swaziland, Zimbabwe, HIV testing and counseling (HTC)

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