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How We Work

Issue Briefs

This issue brief explains how we work with Ministries of Health and partners to support national health programs in supported countries.

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Pediatric HIV Treatment Must Be A Global Priority

Fact Sheets

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.

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EGPAF Fights the Double Burden of HIV and Cervical Cancer in Lesotho

Life Stories

By Heather Mason

Cervical cancer was a death sentence for women in Lesotho. But a new program pioneered by EGPAF is using simple, innovative methods to identify malignancy in its earliest stages and cure this disease before it can progress.

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Temporal trends in treatment outcomes for HIV-1 and HIV-2-infected adults enrolled in Côte d’Ivoire

Journal Articles

By Auld AF, Ekra KA, Shiraishi RW, et al. PloSOne May 2014.

This study conducted a retrospective chart review to assess trends in patient characteristics and attrition (death or loss to follow-up) over time, among a nationally representative sample of 3,682 adults (≥15 years) initiating antiretroviral therapy during 2004-2007 at 34 health facilities.

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The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation Capacity-Building Support:Fundação Ariel Glaser Contra o SIDA Pediátrico

This brief gives an overview of how EGPAF has been working with its affiliated organization in Mozambique to scale up technical capacity of health workers to ensure quality provision of HIV prevention, care and treatment services.

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

Fact Sheets

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.

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Option B+ Means Treatment for Life

Life Stories

By Heather Mason

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.

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The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation Capacity-Building Support: Fondation Ariel Glaser pour la Lutte contre le Sida Pédiatrique

Technical Briefs

This brief gives an overview of how EGPAF has been working with its affiliated organization in Mozambique to scale up technical capacity of health workers to ensure quality provision of HIV prevention, care and treatment services.

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