Events

EpiC and LINKAGES at IAS 2021 Virtual

The EpiC and LINKAGES projects are excited to be participating in IAS 2021, where our staff and partners will share innovative practices and programmatic evidence on a range of topics, including PrEP scale-up, decentralized ART distribution, differentiated testing modalities, and effective adaptations of HIV services during the COVID-19 pandemic, among others. Learn more by checking out …

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Next generation virtual HIV programming for the COVID-19 era and beyond

Webinar hosted by the EpiC and LINKAGES projects as part of the Key Populations: Evidence in Action series. To access the audio recording of the webinar, please click here.To access the webinar presentation slide deck, please click here.For more information, please refer to the webinar Q&A document. On June 3rd, the USAID- and PEPFAR-supported EpiC project hosted a webinar in a series on …

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COVID-19 case management in Bhutan: Establishing a cadre of master trainers

Tashi Dendup, Consultant, Save the Children BhutanKarma Doma Tshering, Project Manager, Save the Children BhutanSumita Taneja, Program Director, FHI 360 Bhutan is a small Himalayan country located in Southeast Asia. Health care services are delivered free of cost by the state through a health system built upon a primary health care foundation. Since Bhutan’s first …

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Liberia begins to ease burden on health system by dispensing ART in community pharmacies

Lirica Nishimoto, Technical Officer, EpiCMichael Odo, Technical Advisor, EpiC LiberiaMoses Bateganya, Director, Technical, EpiCDanielle Darrow de Mora, Technical Advisor, EpiCJulia Toomey, Project Manager, National AIDS Control Program Liberia has an estimated 40,000 people living with HIV, 46 percent of whom are on life-saving antiretroviral therapy (ART). About 70 percent of those on ART reside in …

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