Full Conference Program On May 29-30, 2019, the OVC Task Force hosted a conference to highlight the contributions of OVC programs to the global 95-95-95 targets. By mobilizing and engaging both health and social welfare systems, OVC programs have been pivotal to the success of HIV testing and treatment outcomes through enhancing community-clinic linkages, addressing… View ArticleRead more »
Archive: Capacity Building & System Strengthening
On June 14, 2017, the OVC Task Force hosted a webinar on Coordinating Clinic and Community Services through Case Management. Presenters shared their experiences implementing facility/community linkage approaches using different OVC programming models. These include: a clinic and community-based OVC programming model (SIDHAS) and comprehensive, community-based OVC programming models that include collaboration with clinical partners… View ArticleRead more »
Strengthening the Social Service Workforce from the Bottom-Up: Lessons from Child and Youth Care Workers and Isibindi Model in South AfricaApril 6, 2016
The HIV/AIDS epidemic and other risk factors have led to a growing number of highly vulnerable children, not just in South Africa but across sub-Saharan Africa and other regions. Efforts to care for this growing population have created an increasing demandRead more »
What do we know about community and family based interventions for vulnerable children in HIV-affected contexts in Africa?
The 4Children project hosted a learning event in May that shared the available evidence, and knowledge gaps, on community and family-based interventions for vulnerable children in HIV-affectedRead more »