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Looking back, moving forward: Access to antiretroviral therapy for HIV infected adults and children in developing countries: Horizons Studies, 2002 to 2008

By Avina Sarna and Scott E. Kellerman


In 1997, the Population Council initiated the Horizons Program—a decade-long USAID-funded collaboration with the International Center for Research on Women, the International HIV/AIDS Alliance, PATH, Tulane University, Family Health International, and Johns Hopkins University—designing, implementing, evaluating, and expanding innovative strategies for HIV prevention and care. Horizons developed and tested ways to optimize HIV prevention, care, and treatment programs; worked to reduce stigma and improve gender-biased behaviors; and greatly expanded knowledge about the best ways to support, protect, and treat children affected by HIV and AIDS. In all its projects, Horizons strengthened the capacity of local institutions by providing support and training to colleagues. This synthesis paper presents lessons learned and best practices on one of the key topics that Horizons investigated: access to antiretroviral therapy

Topics: HIV and AIDS, HIV and Children, HIV Treatment/Care/Support, Antiretroviral Therapy/Treatment, Demography, Population, and Ecology, Family, Life Course, and Society, International Public Health, Medicine and Health
Publisher: Knowledge Commons
Year: 2010
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