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  • Uganda police raid U.S. military AIDS clinic, order it shut

    Activists in Uganda report that plain-clothes police raided a U.S. military-affiliated AIDS services clinic in Kampala today, accused it of promoting homosexuality, and ordered it to close. The clinic has been one of relatively few health-care facilities in the city that willingly treat LGBT people.

    03 April 2014 | 76crimes.com
  • Forgotten Negatives: The Limits of Treatment as Prevention

    The CDC’s High-Impact Prevention strategy takes aim at the stubborn HIV incidence rate in the United States. The only problem: it doesn’t include an ambitious plan for those at risk for the virus.

    02 April 2014 | Treatment Action Group
  • Promiscuous Gay Nerd: A Competent, Inclusive Health Department is a Right, Not a Privilege

    The health department is not the police. They are not the church. Their role is to prevent illness and monitor ongoing epidemics. Sexually active people, gay or straight, in all parts of the country, should be able to go to the health department and be treated like human beings with legitimate sexual practices and health needs—that’s a right, not a privilege.

    28 March 2014 | BETA blog
  • Report Highlights Recommendations to Improve Gay and Bisexual Men’s Sexual Health

    As HIV research and prevention tools advance, there remains a critical information gap between health care providers and gay and bisexual men who could benefit most from those new tools. A new report released today by San Francisco AIDS Foundation identifies key steps to eliminate the gap and foster better relationships and communications between providers and clients.

    26 February 2014 | San Francisco AIDS Foundation
  • Malawi: Shortage of Healthcare Workers Affects Aids Battle

    Malawi's health sector is grappling with a serious lack of trained health care staff that could have an impact on its Global Fund-supported programming to enrol a greater number of HIV-positive Malawians on antiretroviral therapy (ART).

    23 January 2014 | AllAfrica
  • Developing a national framework for commissioning HIV, sexual and reproductive health services

    Public Health England (PHE), in conjunction with partner agencies, is developing a national framework for commissioning HIV, sexual and reproductive health services. This framework will provide local government, NHS England and clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) with practical advice and examples of existing and emerging practice to support the commissioning of services that effectively meet the needs of patients and populations.

    20 January 2014 | Public Health England
  • PEPFAR transition to South Africa ‘country ownership’ disrupts care, threatens progress, squanders success, Health GAP report says

    A report just released by Health Global Access Project says that haste to make the transition to country ownership in South Africa is endangering the gains made against HIV in the country with the world’s largest epidemic.

    17 January 2014 | Science Speaks
  • England's HIV services face complex new environment

    HIV prevention and care, and sexual health services, are facing substantial reorganisation in England, with big implications for care.

    06 January 2014 | The Lancet
  • Pregnant, positive and on HIV treatment for life

    In theory, protecting babies from HIV infection has become relatively simple: a process involving drugs for the woman before she gives birth and then for the baby after birth. But not in Lesotho, where poor health and transport infrastructure have meant that HIV-positive people living in remote mountain regions are often the last to receive care and treatment; doctors and nurses are in short supply; and almost a quarter of the population lives with HIV.

    09 December 2013 | IRIN Plus News
  • Churches join fight against HIV in Indonesia’s Papua

    Churches in Indonesia's Papua province, a Christian pocket in a mainly Muslim country, are seeking to play a bigger role in the fight against HIV and AIDS in Indonesia's most affected region, despite tensions with the government over funding, as well as philosophical differences on how to prevent the spread of HIV.

    02 December 2013 | IRIN Plus News
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