Ghana

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Treatment Guidelines Resource: 

Guidelines for Antiretroviral Therapy in Ghana

HTS Guidelines Resource: 

National Guidelines for the Implementation of HIV Counseling and Testing in Ghana

National Guidelines for the Implementation of HIV Counseling and Testing in Ghana

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These national guidelines maintain the core principles of HTS service provision, including human rights and ethical considerations. The guidelines enable HTS service providers through strategic communication, specific targeting of eligible populations, integration of HTS with key services, and coordination of HTS services at national, district and service delivery levels. The guidelines place emphasis on the need to provide accurate HIV test results with a focus on circumstances for repeat HIV testing and HIV retesting.

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2008

Guidelines for Antiretroviral Therapy in Ghana

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These guidelines are focused on HIV prevention, treatment, care, and support. These integrated guidelines address specific issues regarding adults and adolescents, pregnant women, and children. These, along with other guidelines, provide adequate guidance to all providers in the clinical management of people living with HIV and AIDS and will help improve their quality of life.

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2010

PEPFAR Technical Consultation Report on HIV Prevention in Mixed Epidemics: Accra, Ghana, February 8-10, 2011

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As countries learn more about their HIV epidemics, some have discovered that they are simultaneously experiencing different epidemics among most-at-risk populations (MARPs) and within the general population (U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief [PEPFAR] 2011). These “mixed epidemics” (as defined in the recent PEPFAR Guidance for the Prevention of Sexually Transmitted HIV Infections) may account for one-third of the global HIV pandemic (Wilson and Fraser 2011).

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  • AIDSTAR-One

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2011

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