Monthly Archives: March 2016

CROI 2016: In Malawi ambitious goals with effective interventions and efficient strategies set example for gains against HIV

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With a population of about 17 million people, a health workforce with just short of 400 physicians and about 5,600 nurses, where fewer than half of the 1,000 health facilities had soap and running water, Malawi by 2011 had only one viable course against its HIV epidemic — the fastest and most direct way possible. […]

Zero Discrimination Day: Breaking down HIV stigma with individual, structural, and health facility policy interventions

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The following is a guest post by Molly Fitzgerald, of Health Policy Project March 1st marks Zero Discrimination Day, a day set aside to celebrate diversity, reject discrimination, and to promote compassion, tolerance, and peace. In a diverse and increasingly globally-connected world, intolerance for diversity and persistent HIV stigma seem astonishing. Arguably, one of the […]