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HIV/AIDS Specialist (POC-EMTCT) (UNICEF, Kenya)

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The POC & eMTCT Specialist will be responsible to accelerate the response to diagnostics for the HIV-infected mother, the HIV-exposed and HIV-infected infant in accordance to the national plan for accelerating HIV care and treatment, the EMTCT strategic framework and the national POC implementation plan.

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For Every Child, End AIDS: Seventh Stocktaking Report, 2016

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UNICEF

Despite remarkable achievements in the prevention and treatment of HIV, this report finds that progress has been uneven globally. In 2015, more than half of the world’s new infections (1.1 million out of 2.1 million) were among women, children and adolescents, and nearly 2 million adolescents aged 10–19 were living with HIV. In sub-Saharan Africa, the region most impacted by HIV, three in four new infections in 15–19-year-olds were among girls.

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Senior HIV/AIDS Specialist (HIV/AIDS & Adolescents)(UNICEF, New York)

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The Senior Specialist position leads UNICEF's work on HIV prevention, treatment and care in Adolescents.  The position is highly technical and strategic and manages the HIV specialist responsible for PrEP implementation in adolescents and leads UNICEF's engagement in All In! initiative. The incumbent provides authoritative advice/interpretation new evidence and data, guidelines, and leads the development of new global guidance and policies in response to changing evidence, internal policies and global and regional epidemic contexts.

HIV/AIDS Specialist, (UNICEF, Uganda)

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The Specialist reports to the HIV/AIDS Manager for guidance and general supervision. The Specialist supports the development and preparation of the HIV/AIDS programmes/projects and is responsible for managing, implementing, monitoring, evaluating and reporting of progress HIV/AIDS programmes/projects (and/or sector/s of).

Building HIV-sensitive social protection systems through the ‘Cash plus Care’ model: Findings from East and Southern Africa

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UNICEF

East and Southern Africa carries the global burden of HIV/ AIDS and the impact of HIV/AIDS on children, adolescents and their families is tremendous. In collaboration with governments in four countries in the region, UNICEF conceived a ‘Cash Plus Care’ intervention in 2014, which aims to strengthen the linkages between HIV/AIDS services and national social protection programmes.

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Children and AIDS: Sixth Stocktaking Report, 2013

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UNICEF

An AIDS-free generation means a generation in which all children are born free of HIV and remain so for the first two decades of life, from birth through adolescence. This Sixth Stocktaking Report examines the progress being made in the response to HIV and AIDS for children. It highlights key strategies to prevent HIV and to accelerate access to the treatment, care and support that children affected by AIDS need to remain alive and well.

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VMMC as Prevention: Maximizing Investments & Sustainability Considerations

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Durban International Convention Centre, Session Room 11, South Africa

This satellite, sponsored by PEPFAR and USAID through the AIDSFree Project, will provide a summary of VMMC and early infant male circumcision (EIMC)-related research findings to be published in July 2016 in two journal collections in PLOS and Global Health: Science and Practice. The PLOS collection, focused on VMMC modeling, was developed in collaboration with USAID, the World Bank, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The Global Health: Science and Practice collection, focused on EIMC, was produced in collaboration with UNICEF.

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