Research

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 for […]

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The Dolutegravir Debate
Advocacy Research

Welcome to the Dolutegravir Debate What is it? Salamander Trust has been asked by UNAIDS to bolster civil society’s advocacy, communications and consultations with women living with HIV and partners on two key issues: Dolutegravir (DTG) and cervical cancer. On November 15th 2018 Salamander Trust organised a webinar on Access to Treatment Options for Women […]

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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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4M research poster at BHIVA Spring Conference
Events Research

We are delighted that a poster featuring research on our 4M project was selected for oral presentation, won a ‘commended’ rosette and also won the BHIVA/BASHH Mediscript 2018 award for community research. The qualitative research evaluation which the poster described was a joint team effort. It was conducted by Amelie Cameron and Longret Kwardem. Amelie […]

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Webinar on the ALIV[H]E Framework
Events Research

A webinar to launch the ALIV[H]E Framework took place on 9 November 2017 at 1400 Geneva time. The ALIV[H]E Framework seeks to strengthen and expand the evidence base around initiatives to address VAW in the context of HIV at community level. The webinar was recorded. To read more about the ALIV[H]E Framework, click here. To […]

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