New on Devex: HIV ‘morning after drug’ can help end this pandemic

By now, we all know all too well there’s no one-size-fits-all solution to HIV/AIDS. If we are really committed to finishing off something so complex as a 40-plus-year-old pandemic, we should expand our well-intentioned push for Prep, or preexposure prophylaxis, to also highlight PEP — post-exposure prophylaxis, an intervention that’s largely ignored to the detriment

Three Principles to Provide HIV/SRH Services for Young People

Adolescents and HIV epidemic control Despite years of advocacy and a growing evidence base to reduce vertical programming, progress on integrating services remains limited and, in many countries, HIV prevention and family planning (FP) continue to be offered as isolated services with limited options. Providing individual services in isolation places an unnecessary burden on clients

HIV and TB Can’t Hide in Cote d’Ivoire

The COVID-19 pandemic has interfered with primary health care across the world, not just by overwhelming health care systems, but also by leading people to delay seeking care. This was the case with Kouame.* “At the beginning of October 2022, I started having a fever every night and then a cough and finally I couldn’t