• 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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What is it going to take to move youth-related HIV programme policies into practice in Africa?

July 10, 2017

This commentary identifies the many gaps that exist in moving policy at global, national, and local levels to ensure that youth are being factored into the 90-90-90 goals in Africa. The authors identify the national policy gaps, the facility procedural gaps, implementation barriers–and specifically gender-specific implementation barriers–and gaps in family, community and social support for… View Article

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Best Practices for Adolescent- and Youth-Friendly HIV Services–A Compendium of Selected Projects in PEPFAR-supported Countries

July 7, 2017

The compendium presents the approaches and theoretical frameworks used by the projects, the quantitative and qualitative results, and looks more broadly at the potential for sustainability and lessons learned from these projects. Learning from the compendium are included in a companion document, “Guidelines on Best Practices for Adolescent- and Youth-Friendly HIV Services – An Examination… View Article

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Guidelines on Best Practices for Adolescent- and Youth-Friendly HIV Services–An Examination of 13 Projects in PEPFAR-supported Countries

July 7, 2017

We know that adolescents bear a high burden of HIV risk in sub-Saharan Africa, but what do we know about the best ways to reach adolescents with youth friendly HIV services? MEASURE Evaluation reviewed the evidence from 13 projects and compiled documentation of the seven best practices, four promising practices, and two emerging practices in… View Article

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The Economic Case for the Expansion of Social Protection Programmes

July 7, 2017

This brief brings together the critical mass of evidence emerging from recent rigorous impact evaluations of government-run cash transfer programmes in seven countries in sub-Saharan Africa. This brief summarizes the evaluation findings that social protection programs have economic and productive impacts for the economy, for the poor and for national development. A key lesson learned… View Article

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