HIV programming and implementation science

Resource
November 14, 2018
This four-minute video of a participatory demonstration by Bridges of Hope Training of some 'edutainment' activities around treatment adherence was taken during the 2nd International Workshop on HIV Adolescence. Visit the Bridges of Hope Training website for other videos and more about the training program.
Resource
November 14, 2018

The purpose of this guide is to provide a resource for clinicians on the ground who manage HIV and TB clients on a daily basis.

Resource
November 14, 2018

This first volume of the 90-90-90 Compendium is targeted at a wide range of readers in South Africa, including community members and/or politicians with no medical background.

Event
November 14, 2018

Known as the “African CROI” the INTEREST Conference brings together scientists involved in HIV treatment, pathogenesis, and prevention research in Africa to share pivotal findings, promote collaboration, and transfer experiences across several fields and many continents.

Organization
November 14, 2018

Health Systems Trust (HST) is a leading force in the South African public health arena.

Blog
November 9, 2018
Health4All Cover

It is easy to forget that doctors, nurses, and other health care workers are just like everyone else.

Opportunity
November 2, 2018

Background

Resource
October 30, 2018
With men remaining largely under-tested, the Unitaid-funded HIV Self-Testing Africa (STAR) Initiative has launched a campaign targeting men at transportation hubs, such as taxi ranks and bus stops, in order to raise awareness about and distribute self-test kits to those who are unaware of their HIV status.
Blog
October 29, 2018
Of no surprise to those in the HIV field, the epidemic continues to be fueled by stigma, none more evident than among key and mobile populations, such as people who inject drugs and sex workers. Speakers at the Southern African HIV Clinicians Society conference shared their experiences in working with these groups and challenged participants to view them as people – and not merely a public health problem.