Central America’s first study to critically document the process of creating a community-based clinic for pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for gay men has been selected to receive the 2018 Robert Carr Research Award.
The project, Expanding the Options: A case study of collective action to create a community-based pre-exposure prophylaxis clinic for MSM in Guatemala City, was a collaborative endeavor between Guatemala-based Colectivo Amigos contra el Sida (CAS) and Gillings School of Public Health at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill in the United States.… Read more
In April 2007, at the 15th Board Meeting of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, a decision was taken to encourage countries to include a Principal Recipient (PR) from both the government and non-government sectors in each disease proposal.… Read more
At the recent IAPAC conference in May 2018, where the conference theme was mirrored in the title of the conference “Controlling the HIV Epidemic”, the session topics covered a range of issues, including:
Setting the metrics for success – where the panel discussion focused upon the question of “are we measuring what matters”?… Read more
It is 3:00 in the afternoon and Maria returns exhausted, with her hands empty. She feels that she has done very little all day, when in reality she has simply not been able to find what she needs. She left on foot at 4 in the morning.… Read more
Son las tres de la tarde, y María regresa agotada y con las manos vacías. Siente que ha hecho poco en todo el día, cuando en realidad no ha conseguido lo que necesita. Salió caminando a las cuatro de la mañana.… Read more