Welcome to the PATA Resource Hub. Inside, you´ll find over 1000 resources that we hope will be useful to you in your work. These resources range from briefing documents on global HIV/AIDS targets and policies to in-depth reports on key populations, as well as guidelines and tools to use with your patients.

We have curated the resources so that there is a wide breath of information across practice areas. We have coded them by focus area, type and target population. We also provide a brief description of each resource and its URL so that you can access almost all of them online.

     Adolescent friendly HIV services      Caregiver and family support      Community Enagement, community health workers and peer models      Disclosure      Health systems strengthening

     HIV and human rights      Linkage to care      Nutrition and livelihood strengthening      Psychosocial support and councelling      Stigma and discrimination      Paediatric and adolescents treatment

             

Name

Publication date

Organisation/ source

Type

Target population

Brief description

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Adolescent HIV Care and Treatment: A Training Curriculum for Health Workers, Trainer Manual

2012

ICAP

Tool

Adolescents

This training package was developed with health workers in mind and aims to support them in meeting the evolving needs of adolescents with HIV infection. The materials cover a broad range of subjects, including youth-friendly services, HIV clinical care, counseling, psychosocial support, mental health, adherence and disclosure support, sexual and reproductive health, the transition to adult care, and monitoring and evaluation.

Adolescent Transition Workbook

2006

AETC

Tool

Adolescents

This workbook was designed for adolescents with HIV to complete as they transition from adolescent to adult care. Completing the workbook should aid the adolescent in tracking his/her progress throughout the transition process and, ideally, improve his/her relationships with others, including his/her clinician. This workbook is meant to complement the Transition Skills: Health Literacy Checklist for clinicians, which helps clinicians structure and monitor the transition of adolescents into adult care.

Adolescent Transition Workbook: Instructions for Clinicians 

2006

AETC

Tool

Adolescents

Instructions to accompany the Adolescent Transition Workbook.

Adolescents Living with HIV

2015

SAHIVSoc

Strategic information & evaluation

Adolescents

Description of the factors surrounding adolescents living with HIV with a specific section on disclosure.

All In to #EndAdolescentAIDS

2015

UNICEF/ UNAIDS

Briefing document

Adolescents

This document describes All In, which is Fast-Track for adolescents - building from the Fast-Track initiative to accelerate service delivery towards attaining the 90-90-90 treatment target2 and other targets.

Core competencies in adolescent health and development for primary care providers

 2016 World Health Organization (WHO)  Tool  Adolescents Core competencies in adolescent health and development for primary care providers including a tool to assess the adolescent health and development component in pre-service education of health-care providers

 

 

Dreams: Working Together for an AIDS-Free Future for Girls, Fact Sheet

2014

PEPFAR

Briefing document

Adolescents

This brief outlines DREAMS, an ambitious partnership to reduce HIV infections among adolescent girls and young women in 10 sub-Saharan African countries. The goal of DREAMS is to help girls develop into Determined, Resilient, Empowered, AIDS-free, Mentored, and Safe women.

Effective Approaches for Programming to Reduce Adolescent Vulnerability to HIV Infection, HIV Risk, and HIV-Related Morbidity and Mortality: A Systematic Review of Systematic Reviews

2014

JAIDS

Strategic information & evaluation

Adolescents

This series of reviews a large number of intervention types using a standard, transparent methodology. Eight key interventions showed clear evidence of effectiveness, with evidence of potential efficacy for some additional interventions among certain populations.

Epidemiology of HIV and AIDS Among Adolescents: Current Status, Inequities, and Data Gaps

2014

JAIDS

Strategic information & evaluation

Adolescents

This study examines levels and patterns of HIV prevalence, knowledge, sexual behavior, and coverage of selected HIV services among adolescents aged 10-19 years and highlight data gaps and challenges.

Evidence-Based Programming for Adolescent HIV Prevention and Care: Operational Research to Inform Best Practices

2014

JAIDS

Strategic information & evaluation

Adolescents

This article explores the current state of the science of HIV prevention, treatment, and care for adolescents and identifies opportunities to address knowledge gaps and improve health outcomes for this age group.

Executive Summary: Opportunities for Action and Impact to Address HIV and AIDS in Adolescents

2014

JAIDS

Strategic information & evaluation

Adolescents

This paper details the proceedings from a global technical consultation on adolescents and HIV addressing services and research gaps convened by United Nations Children’s Fund and the London School of Hygiene.

Family Planning 2013: Visions, Voices, and Priorities of Young People Living with and affected by HIV

2013

Alliance

Report

Adolescents

This paper highlights five key priorities that surfaced from the online global survey and community dialogues, and recommends actions to increase access to SRH services (including family planning) for, and realise the sexual and reproductive rights of, young people most affected by HIV.

Flipchart: HIV/AIDS and Antiretroviral Treatment

2010

MSF

Tool

Adolescents

This flipchart is a tool for the counselling of adolescents and adults living with HIV.

Games for Adolescent Reproductive Health

2002

PATH

Tool

Adolescents

This book is designed to fuel the imagination of educators with guidance, tips, and 45 games that are fun, easy-to-use and educational. Collected from experts and organizations around the world, these games can meet the needs of a wide range of programs, places and types of players, from Kalamazoo to Timbuktu.

HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights: Visions, Voices and Priorities of Young People Living With and Most Affected by HIV

 2015

 Alliance

 Report

Adolescents

In this report, young people from around the worls living with and most affected by HIV champion their vision for realizing and claiming their sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and setting their priorities for HIV and SRHR intergration.

 

HIV and Adolescents: Guidance for HIV Testing and Counselling and Care for Adolescents Living with HIV

2013

WHO

Guideline

Adolescents

These guidelines provide specific recommendations and expert suggestions—for national policy-makers and programme managers and their partners and stakeholders—on prioritizing, planning and providing HIV testing, counselling, treatment and care services for adolescents.

HIV and Young Men Who Have Sex With Men

2015

WHO

Briefing document

Adolescents

This technical brief is one in a series addressing four young key populations. It is intended for policy-makers, donors, service-planners, service-providers and community-led organizations. This brief aims to catalyse and inform discussions about how best to provide services, programmes and support for young MSM.

HIV and Young People Who Inject Drugs

2015

WHO

Briefing document

Adolescents

This technical brief is one in a series addressing four young key populations. It is intended for policy-makers, donors, service-planners, service-providers and community-led organizations. This brief aims to catalyse and inform discussions about how best to provide services, programmes and support for young people who inject drugs.

HIV and Young People Who Sell Sex

2015

WHO

Briefing document

Adolescents

This technical brief is one in a series addressing four young key populations. It is intended for policy-makers, donors, service-planners, service-providers and community-led organizations. This brief aims to catalyse and inform discussions about how best to provide services, programmes and support for young people who sell sex.

HIV and Young Transgender People

2015

WHO

Briefing document

Adolescents

This technical brief is one in a series addressing four young key populations. It is intended for policy-makers, donors, service-planners, service-providers and community-led organizations. This brief aims to catalyse and inform discussions about how best to provide services, programmes and support for young transgender people.

Innovations in Programming for HIV Among Adolescents: Towards an AIDS-Free Generation

2014

JAIDS

Strategic information & evaluation

Adolescents

Review of approaches to HIV programming for adolescents.

Integrating HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights- Reaching and Engaging the Young People Most Affected by HIV

n/d

International HIV/AIDS Alliance

Briefing document

Adolescents

Policy briefing on integrating HIV and SRHR. Integrating service delivery can significantly increase access to HIV and sexual and reproductive health services for young people living with HIV, young people who engage in sex work, young people who use drugs, young transgender people, and young men who have sex with men.

Lessons Learned From a Review of Interventions for Adolescent and Young Key Populations in Asia Pacific and Opportunities for Programming

2014

JAIDS

Strategic information & evaluation

Adolescents

The review was initiated to identify interventions in the region with demonstrated or potential impact for adolescent and young key populations (YKP) looking at the role of individual and structural factors in accessibility and delivery. The review is a component of a more comprehensive review undertaken by UNICEF and partners in the region.

Lessons Learned From HPV Vaccine Delivery in Low-Resource Settings and Opportunities for HIV Prevention, Treatment, and Care Among Adolescents

2014

JAIDS

Strategic information & evaluation

Adolescents

This paper is a systematic literature review was undertaken to identify formal and informal evaluations of HPV vaccine use in low- and middle-income countries. Special attention was devoted to the detailed evaluations carried out on large demonstration projects in India, Peru, Uganda, and Vietnam.

Lessons Learned From Scale-Up of Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision Focusing on Adolescents: Benefits, Challenges, and Potential Opportunities for Linkages With Adolescent HIV, Sexual, and Reproductive Health Services

2014

JAIDS

Strategic information & evaluation

Adolescents

This article discusses why efforts to scale up VMMC should prioritize adolescent men, drawing from new evidence and experiences at the international, country, and service delivery levels. Furthermore, it reviews the extent to which VMMC programs have reached adolescents, addressed their specific needs, and can be linked to their sexual and reproductive health and other key services.

Lost in Transitions: Current Issues Faced by Adolescents Living with HIV in Asia Pacific

2013

UNICEF/ UNESCO/ TREATAsia/ APN+

Report

Adolescents

This report aims to document and capture some of the experiences of adolescents living with HIV as they disclose their HIV status, deal with life-long antiretroviral treatment (ART), move from pediatric to adult health care services, navigate sexuality and relationships and build their independent lives. It also seeks to offer insights into some of the unique issues adolescents living with HIV face, such as pervasive stigma and discrimination.

Making Health Services Adolescent Friendly

2016

World Health Organization

Tool

Adolescents

 

This Guidebook sets out the public health rationale for making it easier for adolescents to obtain the
health services that they need to protect and improve their health and well-being, including sexual
and reproductive health services. It defines ‘adolescent-friendly health services’ from the perspective
of quality, and provides step-by-step guidance on developing quality standards for health service
provision to adolescents.

 

 

Scale-up of Adolescent Contraceptive Services: Lessons From a 5-Country Comparative Analysis

2014

JAIDS

Strategic information & evaluation

Adolescents

The authors conducted a retrospective analysis of Adolescent-Friendly Contraceptive Services (AFCS) scale-up experiences in Ethiopia, Ghana, Mozambique, Tanzania, and Vietnam using the ExpandNet/World Health Organization framework for systematic scale-up. The authors analyzed the type of scale (expansion or institutionalization), dissemination and advocacy, organizational process, costs and resource mobilization, and monitoring and evaluation.

Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, and HIV 101 Workshop Guide

2015

LinkUp/ Alliance

Tool

Adolescents

This guide helps to facilitate a workshop which focuses on the specific issues that young key populations face. It complements the Integration works! A guide to facilitating a workshop on integrating HIV and sexual and reproductive health and rights that focuses on integrating and linking SRHR and HIV activities for all ages.

Sexual and Reproductive Health for Young HIV Positive Adolescents: The Club Concept in Support Groups

2011

AHI

Tool

Adolescents

This manual is for health-care providers, including counsellors, nurses, doctors, psychologists and social workers – in fact anyone who is involved in the treatment, care and support of HIV-positive adolescents. Aimed at young adolescents, it seeks to lay the foundations for future sexual reproductive health and well-being by addressing problems, suggesting solutions, providing guidelines for healthy behaviour and responding to the unique challenges of perinatally infected adolescents.

Strengthening National Responses to HIV and Adolescents in Emergency Situations: Lessons Learned from Cote D´Ivoire and Haiti

2013

UNAIDS/ UNICEF

Case studies & models

Adolescents

Addresses special needs relating to HIV and sexual and reproductive health for adolescents in crisis situations. Lessons are drawn from the emergency situations in Cote D´Ivoire and Haiti.

The Impact and Cost of the HIV/AIDS Investment Framework for Adolescents

2014

JAIDS

Strategic information & evaluation

Adolescents

We considered 16 types of support categorized as economic strengthening, education support, social care and community outreach, and program support. The estimates combine the number of children in need of each intervention with unit costs derived from the literature and coverage goals based on current coverage and feasible future improvements.

Toolkit for the transition of care and other services for adolescents living with HIV

 2016 USAIDS/ PEPFAR  Tool Adolescents As the number of vertically infected adolescents living with HIV (ALHIV) continues to grow, there is an increased need to support these individuals as they transition from pediatric to adult care. With the limited number of health and community care providers throughout much of sub-Saharan Africa, it is likely that many adolescents will not experience a physical transition from one clinic to another; however, all ALHIV undergo a mental transition to adulthood, and during this time self-care and self-management of HIV is key.  

Transitioning of Care and Other Services for Adolescents Living with HIV in Sub-Saharan Africa

2012

USAID; AIDSTAR-One

Briefing document

Adolescents

This brief reviews the unique needs of adolescents living with HIV as they transition into adult care.

What HIV Programs Work for Adolescent Girls?

2014

JAIDS

Strategic information & evaluation

Adolescents

This article, based on a review of 150 studies and evaluations from 2001 to June 2013, reviews evidence on programming for adolescents that is effective for girls or could be adapted to be effective for girls.

Working with Adolescents Living with HIV: A Handbook for Healthcare Providers

2015

Wits Reproductive Health & HIV Institute; Southern African HIV Clinicians Society

Tool

Adolescents

This handbook aims to assist healthcare providers develop a new set of skills to help HIV-positive adolescents to successfully navigate their care and treatment and transition into adulthood.

HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights: Visions, Voices and Priorities of Young People Living With and Most Affected by HIV

2015

LinkUp/ Alliance

Report

Adolescents

In this report, young people from around the world living with and most affected by HIV champion their vision for realizing and claiming their sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and setting their priorities for HIV and SRHR integration.

GOKidz_A play-informed, caregiverfocused approach supporting children living with HIV

2015

PATA

Policy brief

Adolescents

The GOKidz Programme was developed after Kidzpositive occupational therapists (OTs) noticed a need for therapy to address developmental, learning and play difficulties in children living with HIV. There was also a desire for a more comprehensive approach to service delivery, in order to address these needs in affected families. The GOKidz programme provides overburdened and resource-constrained paediatric ART clinics with support and increased capacity to respond to the clinical and psycho-social needs of these patients.

 

“Grab the Gap”_Creating opportunities for HIV-positive school leavers

2015

PATA

Policy brief

Adolescents

Grab the Gap was developed in response to the frustrations of adolescents, families and health workers at TC Newman Community Health Clinic, who were feeling ill equipped to deal with some of the adherence, disclosure, employment and school performance challenges they were facing. In an effort to address these complex and interrelated socioeconomic issues, Grab the Gap was designed to harness the lived experience of adolescents living with HIV to improve access to paediatric and adolescent HIV care, while providing them with skills and opportunities to secure training and improve their own health and wellbeing.

 

One-stop adolescent shop_Delivering adolescent-friendly sexual and reproductive health, HIV and TB services

2015

PATA

Policy brief

Adolescents

KARHP was developed in response to the needs of adolescents living with HIV (ALHIV) attending Estates Clinic, for a designated, confidential and safe space that provides fast-track integrated services for adolescents, including SRH, antiretroviral therapy (ART), TB screening and treatment, psychosocial services, referrals and HIV counselling and testing (HCT).

 

Expert Patient Programme_Improving antiretroviral treatment access and quality of care for infants, children and adolescents 

2016

PATA

Policy brief

Adolescents

The Expert Patient Programme (June 2014 - March 2017) aims to improve access and quality of treatment and care services for HIV+ infants, children and adolescents in Zambia and Zimbabwe, by implementing a facility-based peer support model. It provides people living with HIV the opportunity to learn new skills while helping their peers to access information and services, adhere to treatment and develop resilience in the face of adversity. Peer Supporters also help build facility capacities and strengthen systems to deliver treatment and care at health facilities.

Project REACH_Re-engaging adolescents and children in HIV treatment and care 2016 PATA Policy brief Adolescents

Project REACH aims to improve health outcomes and services for adolescents and children by introducing a peer support model at health facilities. Project REACH is implemented by PATA in partnership with One to One Children’s Fund.

Visions, Voices and Priorities

2016

LinkUp

Report

Multi

 

The original Visions, Voices, and Priorities report1 shares the findings of a global consultation carried out by the ATHENA Network and the Global Youth Coalition on HIV and AIDS (GYCA) in partnership with local community-based organisations as part of the Link Up project in 2013. The consultation explored access to and priorities for SRHR for young people living with and most affected by HIV,2 through an on-line survey and community dialogues involving over 1,200 young people.

 

 

Whats’s new in Adolescent Treatment and care fact sheet

 2015

 WHO

Guideline

Adolescents

Adolescents face significant barriers accessing and remaining in HIV treatment and care services. WHO guidelines in 2015 support initiation of antiretroviral therapy for all adolescents living with HIV. Adolescent friendly health services should be developed, including support for adherence and retention in care.

 

Male Involvement in the Prevention of Mother-to-Child HIV

2012

WHO

Report

Infants

This paper highlights the documented benefits of men’s engagement in PMTCT of HIV, barriers to men’s engagement, and promising strategies to involve men, as well as conceptual and methodological issues that merit further consideration and research. The paper reveals that despite overwhelmingly positive attitudes towards PMTCT programming among men, their engagement remains very low.

Male involvement in prevention programs of mother to child transmission of HIV: a systematic review to identify barriers and facilitators

 2013 BioMed Central Strategic information & evaluation Infants

Many reports point to the beneficial effect of male partner involvement in programs for the prevention of mother-to-child-transmission (PMTCT) of HIV in curbing pediatric HIV infections. This paper summarizes the barriers and facilitators of male involvement in prevention programs of mother-to-child transmission of HIV.

 

Men and Maternal and Newborn Health: Benefits, Harms, Challenges and Potential Strategies for Engaging Men

2012

Compass

Report

Infants

A review of peer-reviewed and grey literature in order to identify potential benefits, harms, challenges and stratergies related to engaging men in services that improve maternal and newborn health in low-income settings.

 

Men´s Reproductive Health Curriculum: 1. Introduction to Men´s Reproductive Health Services, Participant Handbook

2008

EngenderHealth

Tool

Multi

This text is designed to provide health care workers with the skills and sensitivity needed to work with male clients and provide men’s reproductive health services. The text contains information that health care workers may use when initiating, providing, or expanding a men’s reproductive health services program.

Men´s Reproductive Health Curriculum: 1. Introduction to Men´s Reproductive Health Services, Trainers Resource Book

2008

EngenderHealth

Tool

Multi

This text is designed to provide health care workers with the skills and sensitivity needed to work with male clients and provide men’s reproductive health services. The text contains information that health care workers may use when initiating, providing, or expanding a men’s reproductive health services program.

Men´s Reproductive Health Curriculum: 2. Counseling and Communicating with Men, Participant Handbook

2003

EngenderHealth

Tool

Multi

This text is designed to provide health care workers with the skills and sensitivity needed to work with male clients and provide men’s reproductive health services. The text contains information that health care workers may use when initiating, providing, or expanding a men’s reproductive health services program.

Men´s Reproductive Health Curriculum: 2. Counseling and Communicating with Men, Trainers Resource Book

2003

EngenderHealth

Tool

Multi

This text is designed to provide health care workers with the skills and sensitivity needed to work with male clients and provide men’s reproductive health services. The text contains information that health care workers may use when initiating, providing, or expanding a men’s reproductive health services program.

Men´s Reproductive Health Curriculum: 3. Management of Men´s Reproductive Health Problems, Participant Handbook

2003

EngenderHealth

Tool

Multi

This text is designed to provide health care workers with the skills and sensitivity needed to work with male clients and provide men’s reproductive health services. The text contains information that health care workers may use when initiating, providing, or expanding a men’s reproductive health services program.

Men´s Reproductive Health Curriculum: 3. Management of Men´s Reproductive Health Problems, Trainers Resource Book

2003

EngenderHealth

Tool

Multi

This text is designed to provide health care workers with the skills and sensitivity needed to work with male clients and provide men’s reproductive health services. The text contains information that health care workers may use when initiating, providing, or expanding a men’s reproductive health services program.

My Living Positively Handbook

2006

Children´s Rights Centre

Tool

Children

My Living Positively Handbook is a full-color interactive booklet for children, about living positively and participating actively in the medical management of their illness.

My Living Positively Handbook: Presentation Page

2006

Children´s Rights Centre

Tool

Children

My Living Positively Handbook is a full-color interactive booklet for children, about living positively and participating actively in the medical management of their illness.

My Living Postively Handbook: Helping Children Living with HIV - A Companion Book to Use with the Handbook

2007

Children´s Rights Centre

Tool

Children

A companion book for families and caregivers that assists with the use of the My Living Positively Handbook.

Preventing Sexual Violence and HIV in Children

2014

JAIDS

Strategic information & evaluation

Children

Authors analyzed data from national household surveys on violence against children undertaken by governments in Swaziland, Tanzania, Kenya, and Zimbabwe, with support of the Together for Girls initiative, as well as an analysis of evidence on effective programmes.

Program P: A Manual for Engaging Men in Fatherhood, Caregiving and Maternal and Child Health

2013

EME/ REDMAS

Tool

Children

Program P is a direct and targeted response to the need for concrete strategies and action steps to engage men in active fatherhood globally from pregnancy until early childhood. Program P is a resource developed as part of the global MenCare campaign coordinated by Promundo and the Sonke Gender Justice Network. It identifies best practices on engaging men in maternal and child health, caregiving, and preventing violence against women and children, through the lens of gender equality.

Supporting Parents and Caregivers of Children Living with HIV: Training-of-Trainers Handbook

2008

SAfAIDS

Tool

Children

This document is part of a Regional Children´s HIV Treatment Literacy Toolkit. The primary aim of the toolkit is to support children living positively or on ART, and to support their parents and caregivers, and others in their “Circle of Care”. The toolkit contains a variety of materials for children, parents as well as primary caregivers and service providers. This Handbook is one of the components of the toolkit and can be used together with the Service Providers’ Manual and pieces of the Children’s Toolkit.

ACT Toolkit: Advocacy for Community Treatment: Strengthening Community Responses to HIV Treatment and Prevention

2014

ITPC

Tool

Multi

The aim of the Advocacy for Community Treatment (ACT) toolkit is to support and train community activists to advocate effectively and passionately on access to treatment for people living with HIV, including those from key populations.

Activist Toolkit: Campaigning for Routine Viral Load Monitoring

 2016  ITPC  Tool  Multi  The Activist Toolkit: Campaigning for Routine Viral Load Monitoring was developed with the aim of strengthening the capacity of activist groups to be able to demand access to viral load testing and encourage uptake among communities, with the objective of increasing accessibility to, and coverage of viral load testing.  

Children, Adolescents and HIV: A Simple Toolkit for Community Health Workers and Peer Supporters

2015

PATA

Tool

Multi

This toolkit is for use by CHWs working with children and adolescents living with HIV throughout sub-Saharan Africa. It is designed as a simple self-study learning guide with concrete examples to help CHWs be as effective as possible in their work.

Communities Deliver: The Critical Role of Communities in Reaching Global Targets to End the AIDS Epidemic

2015

UNAIDS

Report

Multi

This report draws on multiple sources to document the many ways in which communities are advancing the response to AIDS, and the evidence for the effectiveness of these responses. Core areas of community-based activities include advocacy, service provision, community-based research and financing; each of these areas is illustrated by examples of community-based actions.

Community-Based TB and HIV Integration: Good Practice Guide

2013

Alliance/ PATH

Case studies & models

Multi

Practical guide based on case studies that represent the important components of good practice for TB/HIV integration that all community organisations should strive to reach, based on scientific evidence and the Alliance´s experiences in HIV programming.

Communities taking action for women, mothers and children

 2012  IATT  Report  Multi  

The Global Plan towards the Elimination of New Infections among Children by 2015 and Keeping their Mothers Alive prioritizes community engagement. Without community, the Global Plan will struggle to reach its targets to reduce by 90% the number of new HIV infections among children and reduce by half the number of AIDS related maternal deaths by 2015.

 

Driving the HIV Response: A Community Guide to the WHO 2013 Consolidated Guidelines on the Use of Antiretroviral Drugs for Treating and Preventing HIV Infection

2014

GNP+/ Alliance

Tool

Multi

This guide aims to highlight the role of communities (e.g. as advocates, programme managers, peer educators and soon) and their perspectives on the key recommendations in the 2013 Guidelines.

HIV, Health and Your Community: A Guide for Action-Part 1 (Chapters Introduction - 7)

2001

Hesperian Foundation

Tool

Multi

A clear and thorough guide for health workers confronting the HIV pandemic in their communities, topics include designing prevention programs, and using language that is accessible to those with little medical training.

HIV, Health and Your Community: A Guide for Action-Part 2 (Chapters 8-12)

2001

Hesperian Foundation

Tool

Multi

A clear and thorough guide for health workers confronting the HIV pandemic in their communities, topics include designing prevention programs, and using language that is accessible to those with little medical training.

HIV, Health and Your Community: A Guide for Action-Part 3 (Chapters 13-Glossary)

2001

Hesperian Foundation

Tool

Multi

A clear and thorough guide for health workers confronting the HIV pandemic in their communities, topics include designing prevention programs, and using language that is accessible to those with little medical training.

Manual for the Community Health Worker: Caring for the Sick Child in the Community

2011

UNICEF/ WHO

Tool

Children

This manual introduces the importance of the community health worker´s role in the communities they serve. It also includes course materials for CHWs on the following topics: how to identify signs of illness in a sick child, age 2 months up to 5 years; when to refer children to health facilities for more care; and how families can treat children at home with problems of diarrhea, malaria or fast breathing. The manual provides many exercises in order to facilitate CHW practice.

 

Promising practices in community engagement for elimination of new HIV infections among children by 2015 and keeping their mothers alive.

 

 2012  UNAIDS  Report  Multi Leaders from around the world attending the 2011 High Level Meeting on AIDS committed to work towards the elimination of new HIV infections among children by 2015 and reducing AIDS-related maternal mortality. This is to be accomplished through the implementation of a new Global Plan* for scaling up comprehensive prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV (PMTCT) programmes.  

Reaching Closer to Home: Progress Implementing Community-Based and Other Adherence Strategies Supporting People on HIV Treatment

2013

MSF

Case studies & models

Multi

WHO and UNAIDS guidelines support increased community engagement in the delivery of HIV and ART services in order to improve retention in care. This report gives lessons from pilot programmes that are testing the feasibility of separating ART delivery from clinical visits by establishing models of ART delivery at the community level.

Renewing Our Commitment to Putting the Greater Involvement of People Living with HIV into Practice: Insights from the Regional Programme GIPA Workshop

2011

Alliance

Case studies & models

Multi

An overview of the Alliance´s regional programme workshop on greater involvement of people living with HIV (GIPA). Provides insights, case studies and a toolkit for using GIPA principles in HIV programming.

Summary of the New 2013 Guidelines: Recommendations and Key Issues from a Community and Civil Society Perspective

2013

GNP+/ Alliance

Briefing document

Multi

This briefing paper summarises some of the new 2013 Guidelines´ recommendations and highlights related key issues from a community and civil society perspective.

Strengthening linkages between clinical and social&commuynity services for children and adolecsents who have experienced sexual violence

 2015

UNAID/ GNP+ / AIDSFree

Guideline

Multi

Strengthening Linkages Between Clinical and Social/Community Services for Children and Adolescents who Have Experienced Sexual Violence: A Companion Guide provides a basic framework, examples, resources, and contact information for health providers and managers to; Better understand and facilitate linkages with critical social and community services forcomprehensive care of children and adolescents who have experienced sexual violence andexploitation beyond the clinical exam; Take additional steps to help children and adolescents receive the information and supporttheir needs; Contribute to changes in sociocultural norms that perpetuate a culture of violence andsilence that can also increase HIV risk and vulnerability.

 

Positive Health, Dignity and Prenention

2011 

UNAIDS/ GNP+

Policy brief

Multi

The primary goals of Positive Health, Dignity and Prevention are to improve the dignity, quality, and length of life of people living with HIV; which, if achieved will, in turn, have a beneficial impact on their partners, families, and communities, including reducing the likelihood of new infections.

Disclosure Process for Children and Adolescents Living with HIV: Practical Guide

n/d

S2S

Tool

Children

This guidebook provides guidance for healthcare workers on supporting caregivers to discuss with HIV-infected children between the ages of 5–13 years old their HIV status.

Decentralizing Antiretroviral Treatment Services at Primary Health Care Facilities: A Guide to Expanding Access in Resource-Limited, Generalized HIV Epidemic Settings

2010

USAID

Report

Multi

The purpose of this technical brief is to assist national program planners, stakeholders, and implementers in designing, planning, and implementing the decentralization process and in providing ART services at PHC facilities, with the ultimate goal of achieving universal access to treatment and care in generalized HIV epidemic settings.

 

Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS

 

 2016  United Nations  Report Multi  Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS: On the Fast-Track to Accelerate the Fight against HIV and to End the AIDS Epidemic by 2030  

Tried and Tested: Models for the Scale Up of HIV Prevention, Treatment and Care from South Africa and Beyond

2010

South Africa Department of Health

Case studies & models

Multi

This document brings together effective and reliable ideas that put patients at the centre of the system of care. These models have been developed by front line nurses and doctors against HIV and TB across South Africa and in neigbouring countries.

Achieving an AIDS-Free Generation: UNICEF´s HIV/AIDS Programme, Vision and Direction for Action, 2014-2017

2013

UNICEF

Report

Children

On 7 December at the 2013 ICASA Conference in Cape Town, South Africa, UNICEF released its HIV/AIDS Vision and Direction for Action paper. This document defines UNICEF’s 2014-2017 vision and direction for headquarters, regional and country offices to support national programmes to achieve an AIDS-free generation.

Countdown to Zero: Global Plan Towards the Elimination of New HIV Infections Among Children by 2015 and Keeping Their Mothers Alive

2011

UNAIDS

Report

Infants

World leaders gathered in New York in June 2011 for the United Nations High Level Meeting on AIDS. At the meeting, they launched the Global Plan towards the elimination of new HIV infections among children by 2015 and keeping their mothers alive. It provides the foundation for country-led movements towards the elimination of new HIV infections among children and keeping their mothers alive.

Global AIDS Update 2016

2016

UNAIDS

Report

Multi

 

The latest UNAIDS data, covering 160 countries, demonstrate both the enormous gains already made and what can be achieved in the coming years through a Fast-Track approach. In just the last two years the number of people living with HIV on antiretroviral therapy has increased by about a third, reaching 17.0 million people—2 million more than the 15 million by 2015 target set by the United Nations General Assembly in 2011.

 

 

Global Report: UNAIDS Report on the Global AIDS Epidemic 2013

2013

UNAIDS

Report

Multi

The 2013 report on the global AIDS epidemic contains the latest data on numbers of new HIV infections, numbers of people receiving antiretroviral treatment, AIDS-related deaths and HIV among children.

HIV and Human Rights: Good Practice Guide

2014

Alliance

Case studies & models

Multi

The guide is an accessible and user-friendly guide to explain what human rights-based HIV programming is; why it is important; and the different ways that organisations can integrate human rights into their HIV programmes. It brings together international guidance as well as good practice experience from across the world on HIV and human rights programming.

How AIDS Changed Everything: MDG6, 15 Years, 15 Lessons of Hope from the AIDS Response

2015

UNAIDS

Report

Multi

This report gives insights and ground-breaking and heart-warming experiences from the innovative and exciting work that partners, communities and countries have done and are doing in the AIDS response. There are also heart-breaking stories about the challenges that still remain.

Making It Work: Lessons Learnt from Three Regional Workshops to Integrate Human Rights into National HIV Strategic Plans

2012

Alliance/ UNAIDS

Report

Multi

Outlines a human rights-based approach to HIV addressing the needs of all those affected and ensures the meaningful participation of all sections of society, including the most vulnerable and marginalised in the HIV response. Such an approach includes specific programmes to reduce HIV-related stigma and discrimination and increases access to justice in the context of HIV.

On the Fast Track to End AIDS: UNAIDS 2016-2021 Strategy

2015

UNAIDS

Briefing document

Multi

This document describes the UNAIDS 2016–2021 Strategy. It is a call to front-load investments, reach the 90–90–90 treatment targets, to close the testing gap and to protect the health of the 22 million people living with HIV who are still not accessing treatment. It is a call to redress the deplorably low treatment coverage for children living with HIV.

PEPFAR 3.0: Controlling the Epidemic-Delivering on the Promise of an AIDS-Free Generation

2014

PEPFAR

Briefing document

Multi

This document outlines PEPFAR’s progress and unveils the program’s strategy for working with partners to achieve an AIDS-free generation. As explained in the report, PEPFAR has moved from phase 1 (2003-2007) – the emergency response phase that brought HIV prevention, treatment and care services to millions to phase 2 (2008-2012) – the sustainability phase, where PEPFAR worked with partner countries among other partners to address the epidemic. The program is now in phase 3 (2013-present) and is focused on transparency and accountability for impact, as well as accelerating core interventions for epidemic control.

Promoting Equity for Children Living in a World with HIV and AIDS

2012

UNICEF

Briefing document

Children

The purpose of this brief is to provide a summary of the evidence at a global level of ‘who is missing out’ on programming to achieve an AIDS-free generation, and ‘which evidence-based interventions may be implemented with partners to improve both HIV and equity outcomes’.

The Gap Report: Beginning of the End of the AIDS Epidemic

2014

UNAIDS

Report

Multi

This report documents the gap between those people moving forward and the people left behind in the AIDS epidemic. It gives data and analysis on how to close the gap.

Towards an AIDS-Free Generation: Children and AIDS, Sixth Stocktaking Report

2013

UNAIDS/ UNICEF

Report

Children

Highlights from the 2013 stocktaking report of UNICEF and UNAIDS, outlining the key learnings for maintaining an HIV free generation for a child´s first two decades of life.

Towards an AIDS-Free Generation: Children and AIDS, Sixth Stocktaking Report, Interactive Features

2013

UNAIDS/ UNICEF

Report

Children

Enhanced functionality and additional content from the 2013 stocktaking report of UNICEF and UNAIDS, outlining the key learnings for maintaining an HIV free generation for a child´s first two decades of life.

Family-Centred Services for Children Affected by HIV and AIDS

2010

JIAS

Report

Multi

Collection of articles focused on family-centred care and services.

Intergration Work: A Guide ro Facilitating a Workshop on Intergrating Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights and HIV

2015

Alliance

Tool

Multi

THe goal of this facilitaor´s guide on HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) intergration is to present a four-day workshop to develop a common understanding on how to intergrate HIV and SRHR in order to improve the rsponse of Alliance programmes to HIV. The guide is to be used hand in hand with Alliance Good Practice Guide: Intergration of HIV and SRHR

 

Strategies for identifying and linking HIV-infected infants, children and adolescents to HIV treatment and care

 2016 USAID/ CDC Report Children

There has been tremendous improvement in the coverage of programs to prevent mother-to-child HIV transmission (PMTCT) over the past decade. Despite this progress, an estimated 3.4 million children under the age of 15 years are living with HIV globally. Treatment coverage for children living with HIV remains unacceptably low with only three in ten eligible children receiving antiretroviral therapy (ART) as of 2012.

 

Patient Linkage, Retention and Follow-Up in HIV Care: Standard Operating Procedures

2012

Ministry of Health Swaziland

Tool

Multi

This document outlines the Swaziland MOH´s Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to improve rates of linkage to and retention in care. They define a series of minimum procedures which are both efficient and sustainable.

Taking Evidence to Impact: Making a Difference for Vulnerable Children Living in a World with HIV and AIDS- 20 Things You Should Know

2009

UNICEF

Briefing document

Children

The brief draws key messages from UNICEF’s Taking Evidence to Impact: Making a Difference for Vulnerable Children Living in a World with HIV and AIDS, which brings together evidence from research and experience and proposes programmatic responses for children affected by HIV and AIDS. This brief is useful for policymakers and programmers engaged in children and AIDS work.

Building Protection and Resilience: Synergies for Child Protection Systems and Children Affected by HIV and AIDS

2013

IATT/ UNICEF/ World Vision

Report

Children

This paper presents findings from a study commissioned by the Inter Agency Task Team on Children affected by HIV and AIDS. The study aims to better understand the ways in which child protection systems can respond to the needs of children living with and affected by HIV and how those working on issues related to this specific group of children can give greater attention to child protection issues.

Infant and Young Child Feeding: Programming Guide

2011

UNICEF

Report

Infants

This Programme Guidance contains detailed programming information on IYCF, including breastfeeding, complementary feeding and infant feeding in general and in especially difficult circumstances including in the context of HIV and in emergencies. It also briefly addresses maternal nutrition.

ART/TB/PMTCT Initiation Patient Education and Counselling Model: Report and Toolkit

2013

MSF

Tool

Multi

This handbook provides guidance for a revised approach to treatment initiation counselling that supports fast-tracking ART initiation without failing to adequately prepare and support a patient, including those that are co-infected with TB or pregnant at the time of ART initiation.

Community-School Partnerships: Guidelines for Supporting Early Literacy Learning

n/d

REPSSI

Tool

Children

This guidebook is part of a larger series by REPSSI on psychosocial care and support. Through this series, REPSSI strives to publish high-quality, user-friendly, evidence-based manuals and guidelines, all characterised by subject matter that can be said to address the issue of psychosocial wellbeing.

Counselling Cards: Tool for Counselling Children Living with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus

2010

MSF

Tool

Children

This set of cards is a tool for counselling children living with HIV. It is meant for children from the age of 4, who are undisclosed, partially or totally disclosed about their diagnostic, and under ART or not. The kit includes 43 cards, with images on one side and themes and explanations on the other side.

Facilitating Care and Support through Kids Clubs: A Training Guide for Kids Club Leaders

n/d

REPSSI

Tool

Children

This manual is designed to train Kids Clubs’ leaders in starting and managing Kids Clubs. The training seeks to help participants understand that Kids Clubs are a link in the chain of community and family day-to-day care and support for children.

Home-School Partnerships: Supporting Informal Learning at Home in the Early Years, a Guide for Facilitators

n/d

REPSSI

Tool

Children

Facilitator´s guide for a workshop introducing informal home learning. The programme is intended for parents/caregivers/ grandparents of learners between the ages of 4 and 7 years, from schools in disadvantaged communities.

Information and Action Tool for Supporting Children, Families and Communities-Guidance

2009

REPSSI

Tool

Multi

Guidance for using the Information and Action tool. This tool is directed at community workers who give assistance to vulnerable children and families. It is designed to give a thorough assessment of the child and his or her family, and to determine whether a child or family needs help.

Information and Action Tool for Supporting Children, Families and Communities-Tool

2009

REPSSI

Tool

Multi

This tool is directed at community workers who give assistance to vulnerable children and families. It is designed to give a thorough assessment of the child and his or her family, and to determine whether a child or family needs help.

Mainstreaming Psychosocial Care and Support into Home Based Care Programmes

2009

REPSSI

Tool

Multi

This guidebook is part of a larger series by REPSSI on psychosocial care and support. Through this series, REPSSI strives to publish high-quality, user-friendly, evidence-based manuals and guidelines, all characterised by subject matter that can be said to address the issue of psychosocial wellbeing.

Mainstreaming Psychosocial Care and Support within Early Childhood Development

2009

REPSSI

Tool

Children

Provides guidance on how mainstreaming psychosocial support (PSS) into early childhood development programmes tries to build on the notion of holistic care to support the full development of the child.

Mainstreaming Psychosocial Care and Support within Paediatric HIV and AIDS Treatment

2008

REPSSI

Tool

Children

This guidebook is part of a larger series by REPSSI on psychosocial care and support. Through this series, REPSSI strives to publish high-quality, user-friendly, evidence-based manuals and guidelines, all characterised by subject matter that can be said to address the issue of psychosocial wellbeing.

Resourcing Resilience: The case for social protection for adherence and HIV-related outcomes in children and adolescents in Eastern and Southern Africa  2016  REPSSI  Report  Children

This report was commissioned by the Eastern and Southern Africa
Regional Inter-agency Task Team on Children Affected by AIDS
(RIATT-ESA) to inform the strategic direction of RIATT-ESA’s advocacy programme on the viability of child-sensitive social protection mechanisms in the region. It provides a comprehensive literature and policy review on child-sensitive social protection and ART adherence in Eastern and Southern Africa (ESA).

 

Resourcing Resilience: The case for social protection for adherence and HIV-related outcomes in children and adolescents in Eastern and Southern Africa

 2016  REPSSI Policy Brief Children  

An estimated 1.2 million HIV-positive children and adolescents live
in Eastern and Southern Africa. Many of them struggle to initiate and
remain on antiretroviral therapy (ART). Moreover, adolescents report low rates of ART adherence (27–90%); lower than children and adults, which can lead to illness and death.

 

Making a Hero Book: A Guide for Facilitators

2009

REPSSI

Tool

Children

A Hero Book is a document, and a process, in which a child, youth, or adult is invited to be the author, illustrator, main character, and editor of a book that is designed to help them set goals, and give them power over a specific challenge or obstacle in their life. Through Hero Bookmaking, groups of individuals are led through a series of drawing and autobiographical storytelling exercises.

The Story of Thandi and Musa

2010

MSF

Tool

Children

This book is a tool for the counselling of children living with the immunodeficiency virus. It is meant for children between the ages of 5 and 14, who are undisclosed, partially or totally disclosed about their diagnostic, and who have already started or ar about to start anti retroviral therapy.

Not available online

Tracking Your Health: A Guide to Creating a Tracing Book

2009

REPSSI/ CATIE

Tool

Multi

This manual is second in a series called Body Maps: Bringing Mind, Body and Community Together for Wellbeing

Tree of Life

2007

REPSSI

Tool

Children

The Tree of Life is a psychosocial support tool based on Narrative Practices. It is a tool that uses different parts of a tree as metaphors to represent the different aspects of our lives. The tool allows children severely affected by HIV and AIDS, poverty and conflict to tell, hear, and explore stories of loss without remaining trapped in expressions of grief and bereavement. It simultaneously opens up spaces and opportunities to tell, hear and explore stories of hope, shared values, connection to those around them as well as to those who have died.

Understanding HIV Basics

n/d

REPSSI/ CATIE

Tool

Multi

The third publication in the series Body maps: Bringing mind, body and community together for Wellbeing, providing basic information to help persons living with HIV manage their health care.

Difficult Decisions: A Tool for Care Workers, Four Step Tool

2014

The Teresa Group

Tool

Multi

This editable Word document accompanies the Difficult Decisions Tool for Careworkers. It provides a tool that can be used when working through the Difficult Decisions guidance.

Difficult Decisions: A Tool for Care Workers, Orientation Slides

2014

The Teresa Group

Tool

Multi

This presentation deck accompanies the Difficult Decisions Tool for Careworkers. It helps to deliver a 3-hour orientation to colleagues, and to implement the use of the guidance in an organization. It is password-protected to prevent changes, choose "Read Only" when opening the document.

Difficult Decisions: A Tool for Care Workers, Printer Version

2014

The Teresa Group

Tool

Multi

Comprehensive guidance written in plain language on managing ethical dilemmas when caring for children and families of key populations, including people living with HIV, people who use drugs, sex workers, transgender people, gay men, and other men who have sex with men.

15 by 15: A Global Target Achieved

2015

UNAIDS

Briefing document

Multi

This brief documents the first time that the global community has achieved a public health numerical target prior to the deadline. In March 2015, the world crossed a threshold that many doubted could ever be reached. Consistent with pledges made in the 2011 United Nations Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS: Intensifying Our Efforts to Eliminate HIV and AIDS, the world that month provided antiretroviral therapy to the 15 millionth person.

Addressing Low Uptake of Antiretroviral Drugs for Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV in Sub Saharan Africa

2014

Alliance

Briefing document

Infants

This brief analyses the evidence available to assess what the barriers to uptake are, and makes recommendations of how to address them.

Choice of Antiretroviral Drugs for Postexposure Prophylaxis for Children: A Systematic Review

2015

Infectious Diseases Society of America

Strategic information & evaluation

Children

An assessment of the safety and efficacy of antiretroviral options for postex-posure prophylaxis (PEP). This review supports ZDV+3TC+LPV/r as the preferred 3-drug regimen for PEP in children.

Consolidated Guidelines on the Use of Antiretroviral Drugs for Treating and Preventing HIV Infection

Jun-13

WHO

Guideline

Multi

These consolidated guidelines provide guidance on the diagnosis of HIV infection, the care of people living with HIV and the use of antiretroviral (ARV) drugs for treating and preventing HIV infection. They are structured along the continuum of HIV testing, care and treatment. The 2013 consolidation process combines and harmonizes recommendations from a range of WHO guidelines and other documents, including the 2010 guidelines on using antiretroviral therapy (ART) for HIV infection in adults and adolescents, in infants and children and for treating pregnant women living with HIV and preventing HIV infection in infants. The guidelines also aim to consolidate and update clinical, service delivery and programmatic guidance.

Final Report: Second Stocktaking Meeting of East and Southern Africa Priority Countries on the Global Plan

2014

UNICEF

Report

Infants

This report gives the results from the April 2014 IATT regional team meeting to take stock of progress towards Global Plan targets and prepare for the reporting on Global Plan milestones in the East and Southern Africa Region, at the country and regional level.

Global Update on HIV Treatment 2013: Results, Impact and Opportunities

2013

UNAIDS/ UNICEF/ WHO

Report

Multi

This publication reports on the progress being made in the global scale-up in the use of antiretroviral medicines in low- and middle-income countries, the challenges that are being overcome or that await solutions and the opportunities for building on the achievements of the past decade.

Innovation to Save Lives: Project to Accelerate Access to Innovative Point of Care HIV Diagnostics-CD4, Early Infant Diagnosis, and Viral Load

2013

CHAI/ UNICEF

Briefing document

Infants

This brief describes a joint initiative between Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) and UNICEF, funded by UNITAID, which aims to support the Point of Care (POC) HIV diagnostics market for accelerated scale up in seven focus countries: Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe. The project will be implemented together with Ministries of Health and existing partnerships and initiatives, within the context of strengthening laboratory systems and treatment guidelines within countries.

Integrated Management of Childhood Illness: Manual on Paediatric HIV Care and Treatment for District Hospitals

2011

WHO

Tool

Children

This manual provides specific guidance for the complex management of paediatric HIV at district hospitals. It is an addendum to the “Pocket book of Hospital Care for Children,” as well as to IMAI and IMCI guidelines.

Management of MDR-TB: A Field Guide

2009

Partners in Health/ WHO

Tool

Multi

Multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) and extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis (XDR-TB) increasingly occur in resource-constrained settings. In the context of a national response to MDR- and XDR-TB, health workers in TB clinics (in district hospitals and some accredited health centres) will need to diagnose MDR-TB, initiate second-line anti-TB drugs, and monitor MDRTB treatment. This guide was created to help health workers carry out these tasks.

MediKidz Explain What´s Up with Sipho

2014

MediKidz

Tool

Children

The ‘Medikidz explain HIV’ comic book has been brought to life here in South Africa with the help of Abbvie, a healthcare sponsor. The book has been peer reviewed by Dr Leon Levin and Prof Ashraf Coovadia. The story begins with Sipho who is out playing football with his friends, when his mum turns up, reminding him to take his medicines. His friends are amused, but Sipho doesn´t want anyone to know about his HIV, so he´s furious. Before things can get out of hand, the Medikidz teleport all of them to Planet Mediland on a medical adventure to get the low down on HIV, the effects on the body, how it´s treated and the importance of sticking to the treatment plan!

Options B and B+: Key Considerations for Countries to Implement an Equity-Focused Approach

2012

UNICEF

Report

Infants

This document provides considerations on key policy, programmatic and partnership issues that relate to implementation of Option B or B+.

 

Paediatric AIDS in the Elimination Agenda

 

 2013  PLOS Medicine Strategic information & evaluation  Infants  Children are more vulnerable to HIV infection and have higher morbidity and mortality. Without treatment, one half of those children infected will die before the age of 2 years, yet only one third of those eligible for treatment are currently receiving antiretroviral therapy  

PEPFAR: Accelerating Children´s HIV/AIDS Treatment Initiative, Fact Sheet

2014

PEPFAR

Briefing document

Children

The Accelerating Children’s HIV/AIDS Treatment Initiative (ACT) is a two?year effort to double the number of children receiving life?saving antiretroviral treatment (ART) in sub?Saharan Africa. The $200 million initiative will enable 300,000 more children living with HIV to receive ART and is funded by the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and the Children’s Investment Fund. Foundation (CIFF).

Poster for The Child Friendly Clinician

n/d

PATA

Tool

Children

Poster describing what works and what doesn´t work when caring for children.

The Double Dividend: Action to Improve Survival of HIV-´Exposed´ Children in the Era of eMTCT and Renewed Child Survival Campaigns

2013

EGPAF/ UNICEF/ WHO

Briefing document

Children

This brief describes the "Double Dividend," which is intended to catalyse accelerated action toward the dual goals of ending paediatric HIV and AIDS and improving child survival.

Time to Step Up: Prioritize Children, Adolescents, Familes and Carers Affected by AIDS in Eastern and Southern Africa

2015

RiATT

Briefing document

Multi

This brief outlines a call-to-action and the steps needed to prioritize children affected by AIDS in the era of the Sustainable Development Goals.

West and Central Africa Regional Stocktaking Meeting on the Global Plan for the Elimination of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV and Keeping Mothers Alive by 2015

2013

UNICEF

Report

Infants

This report outlines the progress that west and central African countries have made towards the Global Plan and key priorities for the remaining two years of the plan.

Why I Take My Medicines

2012

I-TECH/ PEPFAR

Tool

Children

Child-friendly story "flipbook" to explain HIV and ART treatment.