Key and vulnerable populations

Resource
August 3, 2020

Introduction

In Kenya, men who have sex with men (MSM) are increasingly using virtual sites, including web‐based apps, to meet sex partners.

Resource
July 31, 2020

Little was known of SARS-CoV-2 a few months ago. However, since then this highly-contagious virus has spread worldwide and has created enormous turmoil all around the world.

Event
July 30, 2020

The webinar focuses on how adolescents living with HIV/AIDS are being impacted by COVID-19. This is based on Priscilla's PhD work and projects she has worked on with the IeDEA team on adolescents living with HIV transitioning to adulthood.

Resource
July 21, 2020

When sick children arrive at primary health care (PHC) facilities, it is critical that they are appropriately screened, diagnosed, and managed, and if needed, referred to urgent care without delay. Clinical signs alone do not detect all indicators of severe illness in children.

Resource
July 13, 2020

Some shifts that countries set in motion within their health systems and economies to adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic threaten to deprioritize the urgent, ongoing needs of people living with HIV and derail decades of hard-won progress in the response to HIV, TB and other diseases.

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July 9, 2020

Thirty years into the HIV response, there is growing recognition that engaging men will be key to reaching the global UNAIDS fast‐track targets of 90‐90‐90 by the end of 2020 – whereby 90% of people living with HIV know their status, 90% of those who know they are positive are on antiretroviral t

Event
July 8, 2020

The first virtual International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2020) is on! Check out the IAS YouTube channel to access video clips from the conference.

Resource
July 1, 2020

The National Strategic Plan for HIV, TB and STIs (NSP) 2017-2022 Mid Term Review (MTR) was an in-depth analysis of the NSP implementation, with the aim to illustrate progress made towards reaching the NSP targets across the eight NSP goals.

News
June 23, 2020

Under level 5 and 4 of South Africa’s COVID-19 lockdown regulations adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) aged 14 to 24 years could not meet face-to-face in specially created safe spaces with counsellors, as part of a combination HIV intervention programme.