Assessment of Training Needs and Mentorship approaches of Healthcare workers involved in children and Adolescent HIV Services in Ethiopia

Background: In 2016 there were an estimated 748,933 people living with HIV including 78,834 children in Ethiopia. The total estimated new HIV infections were 21, 565. Out of these 2,212 were children below 15 years of age. The adult ART coverage by the end of 2015 was 61.6% and 27.3% for children. New HIV infections

Assessment of Training Needs and Mentorship Approaches for Children and Adolescent HIV Services in South Sudan

HIV is a global public health threat and a major burden nations. The Republic of South Sudan is part of global task force to ght HIV and AIDS. South Sudan has witnessed the effects and impact of the disease on her people. Two of these effects are stigma and discrimination, both self and enacted stigma,

Assessment of Training Needs and Mentorship approaches for Child and Adolescent HIV services in Uganda

HIV/AIDS services in many countries are structured to provide care for adults, with children and adolescents not being adequately catered for. In fact, the antiretroviral therapy (ART) coverage among HIV-infected children under 15years worldwide, majority of whom are in Sub-Saharan Africa, by end of 2015 was 51%. In Uganda, 63% of HIV- infected children under

Assessment of Policy Gaps for Children and Adolescent HIV Services in South Sudan

The world currently holds the largest generation of young people in history: 1.8 billion adolescents and youth make up one quarter of the world’s population. Fulling young people’s right to health care can create a powerful force for economic development and positive change in South Sudan. This rapid assessment of gaps and strengths in HIV

Assessment of Policy Gaps for Children and Adolescent HIV services in Malawi

Background: Survival chances of people living with HIV have signicantly improved world over and in Malawi, largely due to the use of potent anti-retroviral drugs with reduced toxicity. As of June 2015, 15.8 million people around the world were receiving Antiretroviral Therapy (ART), with sub-Saharan Africa contributing approximately 11 million. While there has been remarkable

Assessment of National Policies and Guidelines for Paediatric and Adolescent HIV care in Ethiopia

Review and Assessment of Existing National Policies and Guidelines Related to Paediatric and Adolescent HIV Care in Ethiopia Download Full Report Assessment of National Policies and Guidelines for Paediatric and Adolescent HIV care in Ethiopia