New Multimedia-Rich Resource Details HC3's Work to Mitigate HIV Epidemic in Swaziland

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A newly released multimedia resource highlights three activities HC3 Swaziland has lead to help mitigate the effects of HIV in Swaziland.

New Collection of Health Communication Materials Available on Preventing HIV with PrEP

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The latest Health COMpass Trending Topic offers tools and health communication project examples for Pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, is a way for people who do not have HIV but who are at substantial risk, to prevent infection by taking a pill every day.

Impact of Health Communication on HIV Treatment Outcomes: Join In-Person or Online December 13

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You’re invited to attend a panel discussion on December 13 with a selection of authors featured in an upcoming supplement issue of the Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes (JAIDS).

Health Communication Leads to Better Outcomes for Those Receiving HIV Treatment

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Effective health communication helps keep people in treatment throughout the HIV continuum of care, thus leading to more positive health outcomes, according to a new supplement of the Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.

VMMC Offers Health Benefits for Men in Addition to HIV Protection

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Voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) is a relatively…

Getting One Step Closer to Reducing HIV Stigma #WorldAIDSDay 2016

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Each year on December 1, we are reminded of the successes of the past and the work still needed in reducing new HIV infections and creating a better future for those already infected with HIV.

Reducing Early Marriage to Prevent Gender-based Violence and HIV in Swaziland's Young Girls

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In Swaziland, traditional leaders are being trained to understand the necessity of creating safe communities for young women and girl children.

Key Populations Conference in Cameroon Highlights Cutting-Edge Research

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The 3rd Annual Key Populations conference recently was held in Yaoundé, Cameroon. Presentations and break-out groups focused on cutting-edge research and effective programming around key populations across West and Central Africa, and acted as both network building and information sharing opportunities. HC3 worked on the team to design and coordinate the conference.

In Swaziland, Facing HIV Stigma Head on, with Brave and Determined Hearts

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Can dialogue between key populations and health care workers decrease stigma and discrimination which creates a barrier to accessing HIV prevention services?

Why Is HIV Still so Widely Misunderstood?

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Post by Ida Jooste, Global Health Advisor at Internews and Callie…

Engaging Communities to End HIV: Reaching Swaziland's Adolescent Girls and Young Women

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Swaziland’s young, married women are a priority population…