Key and vulnerable populations

Opportunity
August 10, 2018

Due to numerous requests, the deadline for abstract submission for the International Workshop on HIV Adolescence 2018 has been extended until August 15th 2018.

Event
August 8, 2018

At this UNICEF Learning Collaborative webinar, Dr. Lynne Mofenson will present an summary of the latest science related to HIV, women, children and adolescents presented recently at AIDS 2018.

Resource
August 7, 2018
In our fourth issue, we have assembled 68 abstracts published from June through July 2018 that feature evidence from Angola (1), Botswana (1), Eswatini (2), Malawi (11), Mozambique (3), South Africa (36), Zambia (6) and Zimbabwe (10).
Resource
August 3, 2018

Caregivers mediate children's access to HIV care and their adherence to treatment. Support for caregivers may improve health outcomes in children, but fear of HIV stigma and discrimination can affect both uptake and delivery of support services.

Resource
August 3, 2018

Globally, adolescent girls and young women (AGYW), ages 15–24 years, are disproportionately affected by HIV/AIDS. In 2016, approximately 400,000 of this group were newly HIV-positive.

Event
August 3, 2018

Join MEASURE Evaluation on August 23, 2018, at 9:00am EDT for a webinar sharing the results of a study on the characteristics of male sexual partners of adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) in Mozambique.

Resource
July 31, 2018

Outcomes of HIV-infected children have improved dramatically over the past decade, but are undermined by patient loss to follow-up (LTFU).

News
July 31, 2018

Africa is far off track in reducing new HIV infections among children and young people and is unlikely to reduce new infections in young people substantially before 2030 due to an anticipated doubling of the adolescent population, according to findings from a UNICEF modelling exercise presented o

Resource
July 31, 2018

Background
Understanding the absolute and relative risk of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV) acquisition during pregnancy and the postpartum period can inform HIV prevention strategies for women.