This concept note lays out the communication strategy for Tanzania's national HIV care and treatment campaign.
The Adolescent Job Aid is a handy desk reference tool for health workers (trained and registered doctors, nurses and clinical officers) who provide services to children, adolescents and adults. It aims to help these health workers respond to their adolescent patients more effectively and with greater sensitivity.
This is the participant's workbook for Zimbabwe's Ministry of Health and Child Welfare HIV Testing and Counselling for Children Training Course. The object of this training material is to ensure that counsellors are able to provide children with quality HIV Testing and Counselling services, follow up care, and support services.
The Children's Anti-Retroviral Therapy (ART) Literacy Series shares knowledge, facts, and a series of creative and fun activities, centered around children and antiretroviral therapy. The series primarily targets children aged 6-12 living with HIV, though much of its content is also appropriate for older adolescents.
This booklet was written for parents of children from 3 to 6 years of age, to help them explain their child's HIV status. At this age, children may ask many questions about why they go to the clinic or why they have to take medicines.
This is a booklet for parents talking to their youg HIV positive children about HIV.
The resources in this toolkit cover a broad range of topics pertinent to the treatment, care and support of ALHIV including:
It is recommended that, for children known to be living with HIV, the transition process from pediatric to adult care should begin in preadolescence with a transition plan developed and reviewed—at minimum—annually.
Positive Youth is a one hour television documentary which follows four HIV+ positive youth (late teens to 27) in four different North American cities in Cinema vérité style.