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EGPAF Country Fact Sheet: Côte d’Ivoire

Key facts on HIV and AIDS in Côte d'Ivoire  and EGPAF's work to support health programs in-country.


Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV Fact Sheet

This fact sheet illustrates how EGPAF supports the prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission continuum of care; from support of reproductive health rights to enrollment on treatment and follow up. It also highlights a story of the impact PMTCT programming can have on the lives of women.


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Facts About Our International Programs

EGPAF works hand-in-hand with governments, local organizations, and health facilities in supported countries to ensure that all women, children, and families have access to comprehensive HIV and AIDS health services. This fact sheet describes our support in a comprehensive array of health service areas including: prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission; maternal, neonatal and child health; and pediatric and adult HIV care and treatment. It also describes how we assist local governments in the management of health systems and HIV care and treatment programs.


Elizabeth’s Story

The story of our founder, Elizabeth Glaser, and how her own battle with HIV and the battle to save her children, inspired the mission of EGPAF.


Pediatric HIV Treatment Must Be A Global Priority

This document demonstrates how children are being left behind in the HIV response and why interventions are needed for this population. It explains why children are so difficult to reach with lifesaving services, but also illustrates interventions proven successful in reaching children with the care and treatment services they need to survive and thrive.


Frontline Health Care Workers: Integral to the Continuum of Care of PMTCT

This document illustrates the experience of a pregnant women going through the health care system to show the important role that health workers play in preventing mother-to-child transmission of HIV.  Community health workers, midwives, nurses, and others are the ones who reach those most in need with lifesaving services - yet there are often too few qualified frontline health workers to deliver the interventions that save lives and prevent new infections of HIV.


Maternal Health and Respectful Maternity Care

A fact sheet outlining the reasons why access to maternal health services and respectful maternity care are essential to women's sexual health and reproductive rights.



90-90-90 Targets For HIV-Positive Children

Facts on UNAIDS 90-90-90 treatment targets (90% of people living with HIV will know their HIV status, 90% of people who know their status will receive treatment, and 90% of people on treatment having a suppressed viral load by 2020) and how these targets apply to children.


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