Tagged as: HIV prevention and treatment

Dolutegravir: aka women’s ‘forbidden drug’ 13 Feb 2019

Dolutegravir, the WHO-recommended treatment option for people living with HIV, has become a forbidden drug for many women living...

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Quality of life for people living with HIV is as important as ever 28 Nov 2018

21.7 million people living with HIV now receive antiretroviral therapy. But quality of life goes far beyond treatment. So, what...

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Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis for adolescents: a perspective from India 26 Nov 2018

Dr Mehra discusses key issues from a joint position paper on the effectiveness of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) for adolescents...

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Sustaining the HIV response for marginalised people in MENA 23 Nov 2018

The Alliance will be Principal Recipient of new US$ 7.5 million programme funded by the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis...

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Why it’s time to change perspective on HIV prevention 18 Oct 2018

HIV prevention must be re-orientated so that it places people (rather than interventions or disease) at the centre of the...

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Shadow prevention reports highlight significant gaps 26 Jul 2018

The Alliance unveiled their HIV prevention shadow reports yesterday at the International AIDS Conference in...

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Harm reduction: meeting the needs of hard-to-reach individuals 26 Jun 2018

Bangyuan shares the stories of three people who use drugs to demonstrate how harm reduction programmes can focus on the...

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“We are free to be who we are” 15 May 2018

How the Samarth HIV programme became a support ecosystem for men who have sex with men, hijra and transgender communities in...

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Badge of impunity: training police on sex workers’ rights in Malawi 26 Apr 2018

Sex worker Chifundo has been raped five times by police officers in the past. A local organisation is set to change this abuse of...

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