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  • My Right to Health World AIDS Day 2017

My Health, My Right

November 30th, 2017|Comments Off on My Health, My Right

GENEVA, 6 November 2017—In the lead-up to World AIDS Day on 1 December, UNAIDS has launched this year’s World AIDS Day campaign. The campaign, My Health, My Right, focuses on the right to health and explores the challenges [...]

Living a Better Life on ART

November 30th, 2017|Comments Off on Living a Better Life on ART

“The nets have improved. My life has improved. Life is good!”   John Connelly of the EQUIP Right to Care country program in Malawi had the opportunity to interview Felix Mnthali Mswayo in Kambiro-Mbiro, on the shore [...]

  • Raymond Chalwe is a former security guard and tested positive for HIV on 29 August 2017. He started treatment on 7 September 2017. World AIDS Day 2017

Raymond Chalwe’s Message on World AIDS Day

November 30th, 2017|Comments Off on Raymond Chalwe’s Message on World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day is an opportunity to show solidarity with the millions of people living with HIV worldwide. Raymond Chalwe from Zambia, an EQUIP-supported country, tested positive for HIV on 29 August 2017 and started treatment [...]

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EQUIP initiated 2263 new
patients on ART treatment in
between mid-August and end of
September 2017 in Zambia

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The first seven male-friendly
facilities in Lesotho started
operating on the 1st of June 2017
using staff trained by EQUIP.

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EQUIP has developed and
implemented the first
viral load register in Malawi

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EQUIP established the PREP
Guidelines for Namibia, which
are now being implemented
across that country.

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EQUIP is working with the
MOH in Mozambique to
test a backlog of 60,000
viral load specimens.

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