Leave No One Behind: Test and Treat for HIV

Leave No One Behind: Test and Treat for HIV

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Thyolo, Malawi — As a mother living with HIV, Jane Edward recognized that her family might be at risk for the virus. She knew her husband and children needed to be counseled and tested for HIV, and that they should also start on treatment if they tested HIV positive. But despite her encouragement, getting her

After-Hours HIV Prevention for the Busy Man

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A new, appointment-driven approach to providing HIV- prevention services gives Malawi businessmen the chance to schedule voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) procedures at a convenient time that fits within their busy work schedules.

What to Do About Tuberculosis in Pregnancy

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In Malawi, integration of care for TB in maternal health services can ensure that women receive proper diagnosis and treatment. That’s how Eliza Kayange and her babies survived TB.