Adult HIV Care and Treatment
Option B+ Means Treatment for Life
Lesotho, with assistance from EGPAF, was one of the first countries to adopt a new set of World Health Organization guidelines for treatment of pregnant women living with HIV. The new guidelines, referred to as “Option B+,” recommend that all pregnant or breastfeeding women who test HIV-positive be immediately enrolled on ART and remain on treatment for life.
Facts About EGPAF’s Public Policy and Advocacy Work
This fact sheet illustrates how EGPAF advocates for change and support in the field of HIV.
Preventing tuberculosis among HIV-infected pregnant women in Lesotho: the case for rolling out active case finding and isoniazid preventive therapy
The study evaluated the implementation of tuberculosis idenitication and treatment guidelines in maternal and child health settings in two health facilities in Lesotho.
EGPAF Country Fact Sheet: Kenya
Key facts on HIV and AIDS in Kenya and EGPAF's work to support health programs in-country.
EGPAF Country Fact Sheet: Democratic Republic of the Congo
Key facts on HIV and AIDS in the Democratic Republic of Congo and EGPAF's work to support health programs in-country.
Barriers to Men's Participation in Antenatal and Prevention of Mother-to-Child HIV Transmission Care in Cameroon, Africa
As a quality improvement initiative, a survey was administered to identify men's knowledge and attitudes regarding antenatal care, and prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission, as well as HIV testing, care and treatment.
EGPAF Country Fact Sheet: Cameroon
Key facts on HIV and AIDS in Cameroon and EGPAF's work to support health programs in-country.
EGPAF Country Fact Sheet: Uganda
Key facts on HIV and AIDS in Uganda and EGPAF's work to support health programs in-country.
Lesotho Program 2014 Annual Report
EGPAF-Lesotho is one of the leading national partners in the fight against HIV in Lesotho, a country with one of the highest prevalence rates in the world. This report illustrates EGPAF's many accomplishments in the scale-up of comprehensive health services to support the Ministry of Health throughout 2013.