Publisher: EHRA “This case study looks at the challenges faced in sustaining HIV prevention programmes among KAPs, implemented primarily by civil society organisations (CSO’s), as a result of the withdrawal… Continue reading The Challenges of Global Fund Transition in Albania: HIV Prevention Services for Key Populations on the Brink of Collapse
Publisher: Youth LEAD LOLIPOP is a programme designed to increase testing, treatment, and adherence, and decrease new infection among young key populations in Indonesia. In 2016, this programme was implemented… Continue reading Lessons Learned: Implementation of the Young Key Populations Programmes in the Global Fund Grant
Publisher: Infectious Diseases of Poverty There was no global guidance or agreement regarding when a country has an adequate system to report on the service packages among human immunodeficiency virus… Continue reading Are monitoring and evaluation systems adequate to report the programmatic coverage of HIV services among key populations in countries?
Guest Blog Post: Evaline Kibuchi, Chief National Coordinator Stop TB Partnership – Kenya The world is talking about achieving universal health coverage (UHC). This will only be achieved when all… Continue reading Guest Blog Post: Making Health a Priority to Eliminate TB
Publisher: Journal of the International Aids Society The experience of Global Fund and PEPFAR joint cascade assessments to harmonize and strengthen key population HIV programmes in eight countries.
Publisher: the Open Society Foundations, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, and Stop TB Partnership, in collaboration with UNAIDS & the O’Neill Institute for National and Global… Continue reading Tuberculosis and Human Rights