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Volunteers who work at the grassroots level have many opportunities to train PLHIV, their caregivers and their family in self-care or living positively, a set of healthy behaviors that include…
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Volunteers have a potentially important role to play in treatment adherence. This session focuses on treatment literacy, treatment adherence, barriers affecting treatment adherence, and evidence-based activities to strengthen treatment adherence…
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Implementation of programs is more important than the content; if a project is perfectly designed and yet poorly executed, it will fail. This session introduces the concept of implementation science…
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Participants learn about combination prevention as a way to understand how they can use a variety of approaches (behavioral, biomedical, and structural) to create effective prevention programs.
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Worldwide, more than 80 percent of HIV infections are a result of unprotected sex. When worn correctly and consistently, male and female condoms act as an effective barrier to prevent…
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Key populations are disproportionately affected by the HIV epidemic and more vulnerable to HIV infection. Focusing prevention efforts on key populations can have a significant impact on new infections. This…
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Even with advances in access and effectiveness of HIV treatment, HIV prevention is the main strategy that will turn the tide of the pandemic. This session introduces participants to the…
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HIV Prevention Training Package: Introduction to the Training Package
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Addressing the needs of People Living with HIV (PLHIV) helps them to live full, healthy lives and actively engage in prevention activities. Understanding the preventative benefits of treatment makes it…
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Worldwide, HIV is the leading cause of death for women of reproductive age. HIV also contributes significantly to infant mortality. 
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