When the Evidence Is Not Enough: Hormonal Contraception and HIV Webinar Recap

Uncertainty remains around hormonal contraception and its link…

Improving Outcomes for Men Along the HIV Treatment Continuum

A significant number of men do not seek or have access to…

HC3 Lit Review: More Research Needed on Meeting the Needs of Adolescent Boys Seeking VMMC Services

Voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) is a highly effective…

Young and HIV Positive: Health Communication for Youth, their Parents, and their Caregivers

AIDS is now the leading cause of death among adolescents (aged 10–19) in Africa and the second most common cause of death among adolescents globally. As outlined in the 2015 PEFPAR Technical Considerations, adolescents living with HIV (ALHIV) need assistance to address stigma (both internal and external) and ongoing support for treatment adherence and retention.

SBCC Summit to Explore Behavior Change Communication Strategies for HIV

A number of HIV-focused presentations to be given at the…

This World AIDS Day, Do More – and Do it Better

World AIDS Day requires us to take stock of our collective achievements…

Meeting 90-90-90 HIV Goals Requires SBCC To Boost Treatment Initiation

A panel discussion held at Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs with guest speakers including Shanti Conly (USAID), Kim Seifert-Ahanda (USAID) and Chris Hoffman (Johns Hopkins School of Medicine) addressed health communication's meaningful role across the HIV treatment spectrum.

Webinar: VMMC and Sustainability

Maintaining HIV Prevention Benefits of Male Circumcision by Incorporating VMMC Into Routine Newborn And Adolescent Health Service Delivery, presentations and recording from the July 9, 2015 webinar.

Webinar: HIV Risks and Vulnerabilities among Key Populations in West and Central Africa

On April 16, HC3 held a webinar to review key highlights from…

HIV Evidence Package Proves the Power of Health Communication

The Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) has collected a…