Research

ALIV[H]E in Action case studies booklet out
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25 March 2019: Out now: ‘ALIV[H]E in Action” booklet with 3 case studies about how the ALIV[H]E framework has been used by women to advance their rights in MENA Region, Botswana and India. ‘There are too few opportunities for women who are vulnerable to and/or living with HIV and/or experiencing VAW to engage with current […]

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CUSP – Community for Understanding Scale-Up
Advocacy Research Training

CUSP – The Community for Understanding Scale Up The Community for Understanding Scale Up (CUSP) is a group of nine organizations working across 3 regions with robust experience in scaling social norm change methodologies in various contexts— the Center for Domestic Violence Prevention (CEDOVIP), Intervention with Microfinance for AIDS and Gender Equity (IMAGE), the Institute […]

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The Dolutegravir Debate
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Welcome to the Dolutegravir Debate October 2019 Our updated version of the dolutegravir advocacy brief is out now and available here. This version includes a preface which references WHO’s updated guidelines on DTG from July 2019. The Spanish version of this updated version is now available here. The French version will be ready very soon. […]

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The impact of Stepping Stones with Children
Research Training

The impact of Stepping Stones with Children now published We have just published results about the Stepping Stones with Children programme. These included a significant increase in the CD4 counts and weights of the children living with HIV who took part. To access the article abstract and, for those of you who have access, the […]

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Article about Stepping Stones with Children
Events Research Training

We are really happy to announce the publication of an article about Stepping Stones with Children. “Building resilience to adverse childhood experiences: An assessment of the effects of the Stepping Stones with Children training programme on Tanzanian children affected by HIV and their caregivers”  Sue Holden, Vanessa LZ Gordon-Dseagu, Gill Gordon, Nelson Chiziza, Pfiriaeli Kiwia, […]

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