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BORDERNETwork. Highly active prevention: scale up HIV/AIDS/STI prevention, diagnostic and therapy across sectors and borders in CEE and SEE

Based on multi-sectoral network commitment, the partnership elaborates on outcomes of the EU project BORDERNET and produces new practice-relevant models transferred to affected regions in Central, Eastern and South Eastern Europe. 8 EU Member States (Austria, Germany, Poland, Slovak Republic,...

Scaling up HIV testing within health care settings

HIV in Europe

HIV/AIDS in Macedonia before 2004 and nowadays - how we made a step forward; Approaches and results of youth HIV testing program; HIV counselling and testing (HTC) in Estonia: policy implications based on data triangulation; HIV prevalence among pregnant women that were not tested during...

Tags: General public, Women, Youth, WHO European region, Testing and counselling
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Prevention of HIV transmission from HIV-infected mothers to their infants: Optimizing clinical management and effective interventions towards eliminating new paedriatric HIV infections

WHO Regional Office for Europe

The revised European clinical protocol is the cornerstone of WHO Europe’s strategic contribution to the global initiative on elimination of HIV mother-to-child transmission and one of the six priority areas of the European Action Plan for HIV/AIDS 2012-2015. It should serve as a basis for...

Tags: Women, People living with HIV (PLHIV), Policy makers, WHO European region, Sexual and reproductive health, Prevention
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Life with HIV

Q-Club and UNICEF

This brochure was intended for women who share HIV-related problems. It is also directed at showing the women they are not alone, and that life with HIV can be completely normal. This brochure will help women make the best decision regarding their own health, in various phases of life.

Tags: People living with HIV (PLHIV), Women, Central Europe, Eastern Europe, Ageing with HIV, Gender
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Stigma in women living with HIV

Women for Positive Action

Research shows that women are more likely to be affected by HIV-related stigma and discrimination compared with men, which may lead to depression, poor medication adherence and risky behaviour. In addition to providing examples of the ways in which women living with HIV can be supported to...

Tags: Women, People living with HIV (PLHIV), Global, Social issues, Stigma and discrimination, Gender
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