Strengthening the HIV continuum of care - the experience of Via Libre
18 October 2016
18 October 2016
This case study describes interventions by Alliance Linking Organisation Via Libre in Peru to improve the HIV continuum of care within their clinic. After outlining the typical barriers and challenges faced by people living with HIV when accessing care, the study examines Via Libre’s response and the ways in which barriers were addressed in order to improve patient outcomes.
29 August 2018
Providing care to methadone clients in East Africa has its challenges. Chinese public health officials may have some innovative solutions.
Three years since Daphine from Uganda shared her story for Love a Positive Life, we speak to her about what has changed since.
08 August 2018
Celebrate International Youth Day, and see how peer supporters and healthcare workers create safe spaces for young people.
26 July 2018
The Alliance unveiled their HIV prevention shadow reports yesterday at the International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam.
These reports analyse the performance on HIV prevention of some of the countries with the highest HIV burden in the world.
This tool maps the available evidence about use of ICT (eHealth) to improve HIV services for key populations and young people.
Discussion paper exploring the linkages between safe abortion care and HIV
The first in a series of rapid case studies examining ‘person-centred’ aspects of community-led HIV programmes in different contexts.
Catherine Boyane, founder of the Nakuru Drop In Centre in Kenya, on how her experiences of drug use led her to help others.
26 June 2018
Bangyuan shares the stories of three people who use drugs to demonstrate how harm reduction programmes can focus on the individual.
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