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.
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