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1855 Resources
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  1. This checklist is a customizable tool that can be used to monitor Subcutaneous DMPA (DMPA-SC, Sayana® Press) contraceptive self-injection programs and health worker practices. The questions can be adapted as needed to align with local program designs and guidelines. To access the MS Word version of this tool in English or French, please email FPoptions@path.org.DMPA-SC is an easy-to-use injectable contraceptive that is ideally suited for remote access and self-injection. For more information, visit www.path.org/dmpa-sc or sign up for our newsletter.
    Published: August 2019
    Type: Resource Page
  2. La Evaluación Prospectiva de País es una plataforma de evaluación que incorpora métodos mixtos diseñada para examinar el modelo de negocios del Fondo Mundial, sus inversiones y contribuciones para que los programas nacionales de VIH, tuberculosis y malaria tengan resultados positivos e impacto. La EPP se lleva a cabo en ocho países y genera evidencia oportuna para promover mejoras en losprogramas y acelerar el progreso hacia los objetivos estratégicos del Fondo Mundial 2017-2022.Este resumen presenta los resultados de Guatemala, así como los resultados sintetizados en los ocho países EPP en 2018.
    Published: July 2019
    Type: Resource Page
  3. Adolescents and Young People aged 10 to 24 bear a disproportionate burden of HIV in Kenya. Those aged 15 to 24 are especially vulnerable, accounting for a third of all new HIV infections and 15% of all HIV-related deaths. Adolescents and young people living with HIV (AYPLHIV) tend to have lower suppression rates compared to adults, often due to lower treatment adherence and other factors such as lack of access to age-appropriate care, provider bias, and self-stigma. In response, Kenya’s National AIDS and STIs Control Programme launched Operation Triple Zero (OTZ). OTZ focuses on empowering both male and female AYPLHIV to commit to the “triple zero outcomes”: zero missed appointments, zero missed doses, and zero viral load. This brief outlines PATH’s OTZ activities and achievements-to-date under the PEPFAR and USAID-funded Afya Ziwani project in western Kenya.
    Published: July 2019
    Type: Resource Page
  4. The sexual or drug-injecting partners of those who have HIV are among those at the highest risk of infection. The USAID/PATH Healthy Markets project works with community-based testing providers in Vietnam to support people newly diagnosed with HIV to inform their partners and enable them to get tested too. This results in a high rate of new case detection, when compared to community-based testing approaches as a whole, and conventional HIV testing services in Vietnam.
    Published: July 2019
    Type: Resource Page
  5. Index testing and partner notification services (PNS) are systematic and voluntary approaches to notifying sexual and injecting partners and children of people diagnosed with HIV (index clients) about their increased risk of HIV infection; offering them HIV testing; and immediately linking them to HIV prevention or treatment services. With support from the US President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), PATH was an early adopter of index testing and PNS, first introducing our approach in Kenya and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) in 2015, and expanding this approach across other countries in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia.This brief presents four vignettes showcasing how PATH has applied our differentiated approach to partner notification to customize index testing and PNS for a variety of contexts and population groups, from a generalized HIV epidemic in Kenya, with a particular focus on reaching men; to an epidemic concentrated among miners, fishing communities, and long-distance truck drivers in the DRC; to micro-epidemics among networks of key populations (KPs) in Vietnam; and finally, within both penal and community settings in Ukraine.
    Published: July 2019
    Type: Resource Page
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