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Pediatric HIV Champions in Action: A Community- Based Approach to Improve Pediatric Referrals and Care in an Urban Informal Settlement

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AIDSFree partner IMA World Health strengthened community engagement through a team of “pediatric champions,” specifically religious leaders, youth leaders, and community health workers (CHWs), to increase knowledge, demand, and uptake of pediatric HIV services. These individuals represent a vital cadre for engaging communities, influencing perceptions, and ensuring that initiatives improve young people´s health outcomes. This poster provides an overview of the project.

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2017

Country Posters—Reaching the Third 90: Implementing High Quality Viral Load Monitoring at Scale

This set of posters from Reaching the Third 90: Implementing High Quality Viral Load Monitoring at Scale—a PEPFAR-supported meeting convened in 2016 to advance the scale-up of viral load (VL) services in sub-Saharan Africa—describe country experiences implementing routine VL monitoring. Posters from Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe are included.

Reaching the Third 90: Implementing Routine Viral Load Monitoring in Kenya

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This poster, from Reaching the Third 90: Implementing High Quality Viral Load Monitoring at Scale—a PEPFAR-supported meeting convened in 2016 to advance the scale-up of viral load (VL) services in sub-Saharan Africa—describes Kenya's experience implementing routine viral load monitoring. It summarizes VL guidelines and laboratory systems, the VL monitoring process and capacity of health care workers to scale up VL monitoring, M&E systems for VL monitoring, and lessons learned in Kenya.

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Afya Ya Kuanza: The Kenya Private Sector Children's Fund Brochure

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The proposed Private Sector Children’s Fund seeks to offer Kenyan private businesses the opportunity to directly, visibly, and meaningfully support a Nairobi-based initiative for pediatric HIV treatment – at no direct cost to the business.

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