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Kenya Guidelines on Management of Leprosy and Tuberculosis

Willingness to Pay for Condoms in Five Countries

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AIDSFree conducted surveys to assess consumers’ willingness to pay for male condoms in five sub-Saharan countries—Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.

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2018

Closing the Gap: Increasing the Availability of Child- and Youth-focused Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) at Non-state Health Facilities in Nairobi, Kenya

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From 2016 to 2018, AIDSFree) assisted a broad consortium of Kenya-based partners to create a public-private alliance (PPA) aimed at increasing the availability of high quality CAYP-focused ART services among private providers in Nairobi county.

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Pediatric HIV Champions in Action

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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.

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