Welcome to the Learning Collaborative. This learning centre is intended to be a gathering place where users share the latest knowledge and evidence to catalyze innovation, sustain the HIV response and end AIDS for every child by 2020.
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|HIV Viral Load and Early Infant Diagnosis Selection and Procurement Information Tool||2017|
|When Women Lead, Change Happens (2017)||
More women are accessing antiretroviral therapy than men, transferring the benefits of their good health to their families and economies.
|Best Practices for Adolescent- and Youth-Friendly HIV Services in PEPFAR-Supported Countries (2017)||2017|
|Global guidance on criteria and processes for validation of EMTCT.pdf||
In developing this revised document, WHO and the GVAC considered the input of national programmes, regional validation teams and committees, and ex
|Ethiopia National Guidelines for HIV (2017)||2017|
|Reducing Age-Related Barriers to Sexual Health Services - Learning to Change Policy (2017)||2017|
|Rationalization of Partners and Services in the DRC (2017)||
This promising practice reviews the rationalization process and a coordination and planning workshop conducted by OHTA and Ministry of Health repre
|Nigeria - National HIV/AIDS Strategic Framework (2017-2021)||2017|
|Namibia National Strategic Framework for HIV and AIDS (2017-2022)||2017|
|South Africa - National Strategic Plan for HIV, TB and STIs (2017 - 2022)||2017|
|Cape Verde National Guidelines on ART (2017) - Pt||2017|
|Lesotho National Health Strategic Plan (2017-2022)||2017|
|For Every Child, End AIDS-Seventh Stocktaking Report-2016.pdf||2016|
Reaching unreachable population: multi-collaboration framework to improve young key population access towards HIV-related services in demonstration
|All In Progress Report (Dec. 2016)||
The purpose of the report is to showcase the significant contributions of many partners to research, innovations, community mobilization, programme
|IATT Paediatric ARV Formulary and Limited-Use List.pdf||2016|
|Guidelines on HIV Self-Testing and Partner Notification (2016)||2016|
|Global AIDS Update (2016)||
The latest UNAIDS data, covering 160 countries, demonstrate both the enormous gains already made and what can be achieved in the coming years throu
|The Life-Cycle Approach to HIV (2016)||
In this report, UNAIDS is announcing that 18.2 million people now have access to HIV treatment. The Fast-Track response is working.
|AIDS by the Numbers (2016)||
Sixteen years of progress since the International AIDS Conference was last held in Durban. Millions of lives saved.