• A GLOBAL HUB 
    ON CHILDREN AND HIV

    Our mission is to improve the lives of orphans and vulnerable
    children through connecting the global community and providing
    the most up-to-date information on HIV and other adversities.

    Megan Collins for CRS

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Violence against Women and Girls, and HIV report on a high-level consultation on the evidence and implication

December 5, 2016

There is growing evidence that violence in all of its forms – physical, sexual and verbal – potentiates susceptibility to HIV and disease progression among women and girls. Violence and trauma can lead to lower CD4 counts, higher viral loads and lower adherence to prevention and treatment. This document provides the evidence and illustrates potential… View Article

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It’s hard to tell: healthcare workers experiences of telling children of their HIV positive status.

December 5, 2016

Editorial provided by UNAIDS Science Now:This valuable paper explores the experiences of healthcare providers who are disclosing to children and young people living with HIV. It focusses on a clinical setting in a district of Dar es Salaam in the United Republic of Tanzania. The authors examine factors that hinder and facilitate the process of… View Article

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PEPFAR’s 2016 Global Results

December 5, 2016

This fact sheet provides a summary of PEPFAR’s progress in controlling the epidemic in several key African countries. This publication for World AIDS Day 2016 includes statistics related to OVC, including: PEPFAR is supporting critical care and support for nearly 6.2 million orphans and vulnerable children to mitigate the physical, emotional, and economic impact of… View Article

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Engaging men in antenatal care: a win-win for healthy families

December 5, 2016

Editorial provided by UNAIDS Science Now: Although new HIV infections among children have declined by a striking 50% since 2010, 150 000 children [110 000–190 000] worldwide became newly infected with HIV in 2015. Getting to zero and achieving virtual elimination of mother-to-child HIV transmission will require all hands on deck – and that includes… View Article

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