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 the March Supplement to the Journal of Acquired Deficiency Syndromes: HIV Risks and Vulnerabilities among Key Populations in West and Central Africa – Evidence to Inform HIV Prevention, Treatment, and Care.
VIEW a recording of the webinar (please note because of technical difficulties, Nicole Fraser-Hurt’s presentation was not recorded)
DOWNLOAD questions and answers from the webinar
Reorienting the HIV Response in Niger Toward Sex Work Interventions: From Better Evidence to Targeted and Expanded Practice
Nicole Fraser-Hurt, PhD | Global HIV/AIDS Program | World Bank | Washington, DC
Understanding the Intention to Undergo Regular HIV Testing Among Female Sex Workers in Benin: A Key Issue for Entry into HIV Care
Georges Batona, MSc |Faculté des Sciences Infirmières | Université Laval | Québec City, Québec
Uptake of Treatment as Prevention for HIV and Continuum of Care Among HIV-positive Men Who Have Sex With Men in Nigeria
Manhattan Charurat, PhD | Institute of Human Virology | University of Maryland | Baltimore, MD
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