Paediatric and Adolescent Treatment


Mentor mothers support and empower pregnant women in protecting their babies from HIV infection and staying healthy.

“It is unacceptable that only half of children born to women living with HIV are tested as infants and less than half of HIV-positive infants initiate treatment” said…

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UNICEF has long been at the heart of global efforts to put the HIV epidemic into an irreversible and rapid retreat.

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The purpose of the report is to showcase the significant contributions of many partners to research, innovations, community mobilization, programmes and policy…

A total of 105 participants from Uganda, Nepal, Iran, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Kenya, and many other countries attended the webinar on March 9th which featured new…

By Ricardo Pires

18 March 2016 – Twenty-nine-year-old Melina Nkosi* had to wake up before dawn and walk for two and a half hours to reach the…

Catalysing Paediatric HIV Early Diagnosis and Treatment within West and Central Africa Country Catch-Up Plans

The West and Central Africa Catch-up Plan provides a framework for political advocacy and accelerated action for countries to adapt and scale up effective approaches…

Presentation of Promising Practice: Returning HIV-exposed infants to care in Malawi (2016)

This presentation from IAS 2016 highlights a promising practice to improve retention of HIV-exposed infants (HEI) in the postnatal care continuum. The pilot…

Towards an AIDS Free Africa - Delivering on the Frontline (PATA 2017)

In follow-up to the 2017 Continental Summit in October 2017, Pediatric-Adolescent Treatment Africa (PATA) released a summary report with key highlights and…

Research Summary - Q1 2018 Newsletter