The book The Bravest Boy I Know can be used to help people understand HIV among children and especially to understand that children bounce back and do well when on treatment. HIV-positive children can go to school, play and live like any other children. They, and their families, need care and support, not stigma and discrimination.
This tool describes how services can be designed and implemented to be acceptable and accessible to transgender women. To accomplish this, respectful and ongoing engagement with them is essential. This tool gives particular attention to programmes run by transgender people themselves, in contexts where this is possible.
This is a fact sheet outlining the fast facts of HIV and anal sex. This fact sheet describes the act of anal sex and why it's the riskiest sexual behavior for getting and transmitting HIV for men and women. This fact sheet also gives tips on how to reduce the risk of transmitting HIV when engaging in anal sex.
This report presents evidence documenting challenges that currently hinder effective first-line TB treatment worldwide and recommends some potential solutions to prevent stock-outs, increase uptake of fixed-ose combination medications, and ensure quality-assured medicines.
This brochure offers guidance for healthcare providers to facilitate effective conversations about sexual health with men who have sex with men patients. Topics include stigma, sexual history taking, tailored screenings for HIV and STDs, post exposure prophylaxis, and pre-exposure prophylaxis.
This pamphlet provides a comprehensive introduction to the FAST strategy: a focused approach to stopping TB spread in congregate settings. FAST stands for Finding TB cases Actively, Separating safely, and Treating effectively. FAST focuses healthcare workers on the most important administrative TB transmission control intervention: effective treatment.
This report compiles best practices for psycho-emotional support and socio-economic support for TB and DR-TB patients from inpatient and outpatient programs globally. The social support interventions demonstrated in this report are intended to enable and ensure adherence to TB and DR-TB treatment, alleviate patient costs, and reduce the stigmatization of and discrimination against TB patients.