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Accelerating Access to Innovative Point-of-Care HIV Diagnostics cover Accelerating Access to Innovative Point-of-Care HIV Diagnostics , Accelerating Access to Innovative Point-of-Care HIV Diagnostics - French

This document was developed to compile knowledge, insights and recommendations from UNICEF focal points in country offices implementing a project aimed at introducing, scaling up, and integrating point-of-care (POC) diagno

2021
Parent with child at clinic VLS CLHIV study report , VLS CLHIV advocacy brief

In 2019 it was estimated that 1.2 million children (0-14) were living with HIV in Eastern and Southern Africa, yet more than a half million of these children (504,000) were not receiving lifesaving treatment.

2021
Accelerating Access to Optimal  cover Paediatric ARV-Lessons-Learned-Brief

EGPAF, with funding and support from Unitaid and DNDi, is bringing new-to-market pediatric ARV formulations to full-scale implementation in eight African countries.

2021
ped report cover HIV Pediatrics 2020 Workshop Report

The International Workshop on HIV & Pediatrics 2020 took place virtually on 16-17 November.

2020
Girls participating in group CSE exercise International Technical and Programmatic Guidance on Out-of-School Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) , Educación Integral en Sexualidad Fuera de la Escuela

The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), with collaborating partners from the World Health Organization (WHO), the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the United Nations Children’s

2020
Frontpage of good practice guide Good Practice Guide: Integrating peer support into service delivery

This guide developed by Pediatric-Adolescent Treatment Africa (PATA) draws on lessons learned on integrating peer support strategies across several programmes in sub-Saharan Africa.

2020
world aids report cover 2020 World AIDS Day Report.pdf

UNICEF's 2020 World AIDS Day report presents key global data and an overview of the HIV epidemic among children and adolescents, focusing on UNICEF's contribution to HIV prevention, treatment and care services in the globa

2020
Backs of adolescent boy and girl with hand on one shoulder UNICEF mental health during COVID-19 in East Asia and the Pacific

Mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) is a priority area for the UNICEF East Asia and Pacific Regional Office (EAPRO).

2020
Adolescent mother with child UNICEF-ESA-Young-Mothers-HIV-Report-2020.pdf

Adolescent and young mothers are a priority population for UNICEF in Eastern and Southern Africa, including those who are affected by HIV.

2020
programming A spoonful of Shuga: Life and love among young people in Botswana , Steering adolescents and young people on the path to good health in Lesotho

In partnership with the Global Fund for AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, UNICEF has supported the governments of Botswana and Lesotho to implement targeted programmes for adolescent girls and young women.

2020
Young woman receiving HIV test Operational Guidance for National Roll-Out of Family HIV Testing , Directives operationnelles pour la mise à l'échelle nationale du depistage familial du VIH

HIV testing and treatment remains low among children in West and Central Africa. Various barriers prevent the scale-up of services and improved coverage for children, including limited coverage of early infant diagnostic c

2020
No Time to wait cover No Time To Wait - advocacy brief , No Time To Wait Strategic Framework - English , No Time To Wait Strategic Framework - French , Summary of 2020 Joint UCPOC Communications Activities , Summary of 2019 Joint UCPOC Communications Activities

This framework has been designed for CSOs to help you plan your work around infant HIV testing.

2020
Logo AIDS 2020 conference report - summary of selected sessions FINAL.pdf Business unusual: Catalytic innovations to accelerate HIV results for pregnant women, children and adolescents. 6 July 2020 - Convened by UNICEF 2020
cover of covid compendium UNICEF’s HIV Programming in the Context of COVID-19

Recognizing the harmful impact that COVID-19 and related lockdown measures pose for the HIV response, governments across ESA region are implementing interventions to sustain hard won gains toward ending AIDS.

2020
nurturing care framework publication Nurturing care for children affected by HIV

In the early years, we lay down critical elements for health, well-being and productivity, which last throughout childhood, adolescence and adulthood.

2020
adolescent girl smiling New Evidence and Programming Implications for Adolescent Pathways in HIV Care in Sub-Saharan Africa 2020.pdf

Adolescents have the lowest rates of retention in HIV care and ART adherence when compared to other age groups.

2020
Adolescent girl jumping AGYW catalogue of available documents (spreadsheet) , AGYW repository navigation (slides)

The AGYW Programming & Implementation Repository contains resources relevant to AGYW programming that have been collated to support enhanced implementation and programming of Global Fund Catalytic Funding for HIV preve

2020
Roadmap image AIDS 2020 Roadmap , HIV 2020 full programme Jul-Oct 2020.pdf

The full programme of the alternative community-led HIV 2020 conference with events from July to October, 2020 is also available for download.

2020
Save the date cover UNICEF Satellite - Business unusual: Catalytic innovations to accelerate HIV results 2020
Caregivers cover Caregivers FAQ - No Time to Wait!

As parents and caregivers we want to care for our children as best we can - this includes protecting them against HIV. Here’s what you need to know.

2020