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Cultural Competency: Orientation to Adult HIV Care.

This webinar discusses understanding the importance of adherence and retention to HIV care, identifying various retention to care strategies, and identifying… Video Rating: 5 / 5

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Live and Let Live: HIV Case Managers Improve Care Delivery in Ethiopia

In support of the Ethiopian government’s policy of extending HIV/AIDS services to the estimated 1.1 million people living with HIV/AIDS, the US government is providing services to communities aimed at reducing mortality, improving quality of life and stabilizing families affected by the disease. USAID, through funding from President’s Emergency Program for AIDS Relief known as […]

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How People Movements Change the World — ACET AIDS Foundation story – HIV prevention and care

www.acet-international.org How people movements change the world. ACET is an international AIDS foundation, started by Dr Patrick Dixon, author of AIDS Action book. ACET AIDS care and prevention programmes are in Ireland, UK, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan, India, DR Congo, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, S Africa and other parts of the world. Fighting […]

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HIV Challenge — How to Address Disparities in HIV Care

Kaiser Permanente has reduced health care disparities for its HIV-infected population and they are sharing these best practices with others in the HIV Challenge. Private health care providers and public and community health clinics can increase the number of HIV-infected people getting effective treatment and learn from the Kaiser Permanente toolkit of clinical best practices, […]

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The Workplace: Gateway to Universal Access to HIV and AIDS Prevention, Treatment, Care, and Support

HIV and AIDS is a workplace issue, and the workplace is a gateway for universal access to prevention, treatment, care, and support information and services. The ILO has well recognized these and advocates key principles to be adopted in workplace HIV and AIDS policies as espoused by ILO Recommendation 200. This advocacy film was produced […]

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ACET – AIDS Care, HIV Prevention and Training in 20 nations – by ACET Founder Dr Patrick Dixon

www.acet-international.org ACET is an international AIDS agency working in 23 countries to help prevent transmission of HIV (including mother to child transmission), home-based and clinic care for those affected by AIDS (including widows, orphans and vulnerable children), and mobilise communities including churches and Christian faith based organisations, fighting stigma, prejudice, ignorance and fear. Christian response […]

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HIV/Aids Support & Care

Article by Christopher HIV Recent Developments In Africa With almost two thirds of persons infected by HIV living in sub-Saharan Africa, the focus of HIV programs and support packages should be on Africa. At the end of 2009 more than 22 million people in Africa have been reported to be infected with HIV/AIDS, including children.Although […]

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Sex & HIV in Jamaican Prisons – HIV Treatment, Prevention & Care in Jamaican Prisons

Sex…rape and consensual, occur in Jamaican Prisons. It’s the worst kept secret. Ex-prisoners talk about this frightening ordeal: Sex among male prisoners and yet prison officials refuse to allow condoms to be distributed in the island’s prisons. Condoms are considered contraband and if prisoners are found with any, they are confiscated. This video explores this […]

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