Dynamic movement of patients in and out of HIV care is prevalent, but there is limited information on patterns of patient re-engagement or predictors of return to guide HIV programs to better support patient engagement. This study involved 556 disengaged clients traced by peer educators from 31 Zambian health facilities.
A study of the association between HIV stigma and viral suppression among a large, representative sample of PLHIV in the 21 communities participating in the HPTN 071 (PopART) trial in Zambia and South Africa.
For World AIDS Day 2020, the Ritshidze project, a community-led monitoring effort, released its first provincial State of Health report for Gauteng, South Africa, detailing key concerns which are underpinned by quantitative and qualitative data, and proposed solutions.
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. Access materials from a series of sessions from a learning collaborative from the USAID- and PEPFAR-supported Meeting Targets and Maintaining Epidemic Control (EpiC) project.