• 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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LATEST RESOURCES

PREVIEW

Policy Brief on Resourcing Resilience: The case for social protection for adherence and HIV-related outcomes in children and adolescents in Eastern and Southern Africa

August 10, 2016

This policy brief on the longer report (published under the same name) gives a summary of the evidence on known risk factors for non-adherence among adolescents living with HIV and key findings on how social protection can support treatment outcomes. The brief ends by making the case that child and adolescent-friendly social protection is feasible… View Article

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Resourcing Resilience: The case for social protection for adherence and HIV-related outcomes in children and adolescents in Eastern and Southern Africa

August 10, 2016

With increased access to antiretroviral therapy, many perinatally affected children are surviving to become adolescents and adults. The bad news is that adolescents report much lower adherence rates than children or adults–which can lead to personal illness and increased risk of HIV transmission to sexual partners. This study provides a comprehensive literature and policy review… View Article

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Protection and resilience: A simple checklist for why, where and how, to coordinate HIV and child protection policy and programming

August 10, 2016

There is strong evidence of the cyclical relationship between HIV and violence and that achieving an AIDS-free generation will mean protecting children from violence, abuse and neglect. This short checklist provides practical guidance on how to link HIV and child protection policy and programming by suggesting actions for actors in both sides of programming (i.e.;… View Article

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Child-street migration among HIV-affected families in Kenya: a mediation analysis from cross-sectional data

August 5, 2016

Research about children on the street tends to rely on survey reports from children currently on the street. This study conducted a random community sample of caregivers to explore hypothesized pathways between parental HIV and street-involved children. The authors found an association between the number of partners living with HIV and the probability of a… View Article

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