Portfolios of technical resources that span the HIV continuum of care.
In 2008, AIDSTAR-One began the process of compiling a compendium of programs and conducting case studies illustrating HIV prevention, treatment, care, and support programs in sub-Saharan Africa that integrate multiple gender strategies. This series includes a Gender Compendium report, five case studies, and a summary findings report.
AIDSTAR-One worked with the African Palliative Care Association (APCA) to increase the number and quality of national palliative care programs across Africa. This series of resources are designed to improve pain management and palliative care throughout the region.
This collection of manuals is designed to provide information and assistance to anyone involved or interested in infection prevention and control. It consists of a manual on supply chain management of an infection prevention and control logistics system and handbooks on healthcare waste management as an infection prevention and control measure for waste handlers and health workers.
This toolkit is designed to support healthcare and community care providers, families, caregivers, and the adolescents themselves with the transition of care, support and transition services from pediatric to adult care. A trainer's manual for health care providers is also included.
AIDSTAR-One developed and piloted provider and patient educational tools to increase appropriate prescription and use of co-trimoxazole for eligible people living with HIV.
In 2010, AIDSTAR-One conducted case studies in three countries where GBV services were available. These case studies were developed to help program managers design, plan, and implement strategies to integrate GBV within existing HIV, family planning, or reproductive health services and programs. Analysis of the studies—conducted in Vietnam, Ecuador, and Swaziland—yielded five major findings and eight overarching recommendations. This collection presents the case studies and the accompanying report.
AIDSTAR-One/India provided technical, administrative, and logistical support to the US Government PEPFAR team in the development of their five-year technical assistance model for supporting the India HIV response.
This case study series examined the extent to which HIV programs address the unique, gender-related needs of key populations in concentrated epidemics in Southeast Asia, Eastern Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East.
The Gender Based Violence Initiative (GBVI) was designed to integrate GBV prevention and response into existing HIV prevention, care, and treatment programs at health facility, community, and policy levels. This collection contains documents that present findings and describe lessons learned from GBVI in several countries.
This series of booklets is designed to aid caregivers of children living with HIV in the step-by-step pediatric disclosure process. The booklets are available for download in color and black and white. Accompanying cue cards offer guidance for health care providers to use in introducing these booklets to caregivers. These booklets and resources are also available in French, Xhosa, and Portuguese.
Resources for the Clinical Management of Children and Adolescents Who Have Experienced Sexual Violence
As interventions and evidence around GBV have been strengthened, increasing attention is being paid to the need for addressing sexual violence and exploitation of children and adolescents. This collection includes technical considerations, accompanying job aids, and a companion guide to strengthen the linkages between clinical and social services and help address and respond to the unique needs and rights of children and adolescents who have experienced sexual violence and exploitation.
This set of five position papers was co-commissioned by AIDSTAR-One and the STRIVE Research Consortium to address critical issues within the field of structural interventions for prevention of sexual transmission of HIV in general populations.
The purpose of the job aids is to provide guidance to AIDSFree health promoters in-country on how to carry out targeted Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision (VMMC) awareness and advocacy meetings with local leaders, religious leaders, and famous influential people in the community.
The World Bank's Global HIV/AIDS Program and the Office of HIV/AIDS at USAID co-hosted a debate series on the constantly changing dynamics of HIV/AIDS and our collective response.