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Fact Sheets

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Catalyzing Expanded Access to Early Testing, Care and Treatment for HIV-Exposed Infants in Lesotho

The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) has worked in Lesotho since 2004, in collaboration with the Ministry of Health (MOH). EGPAF rapidly expanded access to comprehensive HIV/AIDS services throughout the country, establishing itself as a key HIV service implementation partner in Lesotho.Through this partnership and direct support to 121 facilities, EGPAF is well-placed to launch the UNITAID project in Lesotho, which will significantly increase the number of HIVpositive infants receiving life-saving treatment in nine countries.

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Issue Briefs

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Improving Access to HIV Care & Treatment Through Decentralization & Integration in Kenya

This brief focuses on EGPAF’s Pamoja Project in Homabay in the four sub-counties in which the project operated, during the period October 2010 to September 2016.

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Technical Briefs

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Partnership for HIV-Free Survival Program Brief

EGPAF partnered with several organizations to develop strengthen the provision of maternal, newborn and child health, as well as nutrition, and ensure the high quality of health programs in Tanzania.

 

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Technical Bulletins

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Spotlight on Treatment for All

The World Health Organization released recommendations in 2015 to ensure all HIV-positive persons, regardless of disease status, initiated lifelong treatment. In this issue of Haba Na Haba, EGPAF explores the impact of this all-inclusive treatment protocol, best practices in growing treatment access in our own supported countries and charts a way forward to effectively implement these new guidelines in a variety of settings.

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Technical Reports

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The Linking Initiatives for Elimination of Pediatric HIV (LIFE) Program

This report highlights an important five-year which successfully strengthened prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission and delivery of reproductive health among women in Tanzania.

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Journal Articles

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Detectable Viral Load in Late Pregnancy among Women in the Rwanda Option B+ PMTCT Program: Enrollment Results from the Kabeho Study

This study explored the extent of viral suppression from a prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV program in Rwanda  among women enrolled in the Kigali Antiretroviral and Breastfeeding Assessment for the Elimination of HIV (Kabeho) Study.

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Program Tools

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ACCLAIM Toolkit: Scaling Up Community Involvement in Maternal and Child Health and Prevention of Mother-to-Child HIV Transmission

A compilation of various tools (guidelines, standard operating procedures, presentations, job aids and forms) to enhance community involvement in MNCH and PMTCT services among men, women and community leaders. This toolkit showcases how to bring to scale three distinct approaches: “community days”, peer group mentorship and community leadership engagement. All were met with success in Zimbabwe, Swaziland and Lesotho and had a dramatic effect on number of pregnant women who attended antenatal care earlier in pregnancy and number of women who attended all recommended antenatal visits.

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