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Social Protection, Economic Empowerment, and ART Adherence among Adolescents Living with HIV

May 31, 2016

There is new evidence available examining the potential protective links between social protection, prevention, economic opportunities, and ART adherence among adolescents living with HIV. Two international researchers will share their preliminary results emerging from studies in South Africa and Uganda, detailing different pathways that uncover the connections between economic opportunities, “cash + care” social protection, and HIV treatment outcomes among adolescents living with HIV.

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Children’s Risk and Resilience in the Age of HIV/AIDS

May 17, 2016

On October 2nd, 2014, PEPFAR hosted the Children’s Risk and Resilience in the Age of HIV/AIDS event in partnership with USAID, the Leadership, Management, and Governance (LMG) Project, the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC), and the CDC in Washington, D.C. This event featured exciting presentations and panel discussions with top global experts on children, HIV/AIDS,… View Article

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Creating Intentional Linkages between HIV and Child Protection

April 6, 2016

On March 3, 2016, OVCsupport.net hosted a webinar on Creating Intentional Linkages between HIV and Child Protection. The webinar featured Zvandiri, a program in Zimbabwe, which presented on their experience of incorporating children and youth, especially those living with HIV, in the development of programming and policy interventions.

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