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Adolescent and young mothers are a priority population for UNICEF in Eastern and Southern Africa, including those who are affected by HIV.
|Accelerating Access to Point-of-Care Viral Load Testing for Pregnant and Breastfeeding Women Living With HIV (English) , Accelerating Access to Point-of-Care Viral Load Testing for Pregnant and Breastfeeding Women Living With HIV (French)||
This brief highlights the current scenario of policies and programmes related to point-of-care viral load testing among pregnant and breastfeeding women living with HIV.
|Mozambique Guidelines for ART (2016) - Pt||
The guidelines are focused on HIV prevention, treatment, care and support, addressing specific issues for adults and adolescents, pregnant women and children.
|Optimizing Treatment Access for Women (2015)||
Report on the external mid-term, formative evaluation of the Optimizing HIV Treatment Access (OHTA) for pregnant and breastfeeding women Initiative in Uganda, Malawi, Ivory Coast and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
|Community-Facility Linkages for Mothers Living with HIV (2015)||
This report discusses how community-facility linkages can be used to support the scale up of lifelong treatment for pregnant and breastfeeding women living with HIV. It offers a conceptual framework and describes eleven pr
|Option B/B+ M&E Framework (2015)||
The purpose of this framework is to provide operational guidance on monitoring and evaluation of pregnant and breastfeeding women receiving ART for life and their HEIs. This document is organized around a series of recomme
|Guidelines for Conducting HIV Surveillance among Pregnant Women attending Antenatal Clinics Based on Routine Programme Data.pdf||
This document is written for national HIV surveillance programme staff responsible for monitoring trends in country HIV epidemics.
|Promising Practices & Key Operational Considerations for Community-Facility Linkages in ART Scale-Up (2015)||
Research commissioned by UNICEF through the OHTA Initiative Presented by Laurie Ackerman Gulaid, Consultant
2014 IATT Webinar Series