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Swaziland Commemorates World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day is globally commemorated every 1st day of the month of December. In Swaziland the 2014 World AIDS Day event was held in Lubombo Region at Siteki sports ground.

 

Swaziland WAD 2014

 

The MaxART Consortium information desk during the WAD commemoration event

Adolescents' HIV Prevention and Treatment Literacy Toolkit for Eastern and Southern Africa

Facilitator's Guide

 

Reference Handbook for Young Champions Facilitators

 

"My Big Story Book - Learners & Teachers Tell Their Stories on Living with HIV": A Practical Guide for teachers

 

Workbook for Ages10 - 12 Years

STOP TB: Know The Facts

- Get as much information as you can about TB. With more information, a person can make the right choices and cope effectively with TB and HIV
- Ask your health care provider for more information on TB that you can read at home
- Find out if there are organisations within your community that deal with TB and other related diseases such as HIV
- Find out if there are support groups in your community and join them. This will improve your quality of life as you will be able to share information with people who have survived TB and HIV

The Second Botswana National Strategic Framework for HIV and AIDS 2010-2016

The purpose of this document is to outline the national priorities for the national response to HIV and AIDS for the period 2010 to 2016. These priorities are based on the evidence accumulated  locally and are augmented by international best practices. The overall philosophy behind the Second National Strategic Framework is one of prioritization, focus, and intensification. It is through collective and concentrated efforts around these priorities that we will be able to maximize the impact of the national response.

SAfAIDS Conducts orientation of Traditional Leaders on Early Access to ART for All

MBABANE, 3 October 2014 (SAfAIDS Media) - The Ministry of Health through the MaxART consortium is embarking on a new approach to HIV care in Swaziland. The approach is whereby antiretroviral treatment (ARVs) is offered to willing individuals after a positive HIV test, despite the level of their CD4 cell count, thereby including even those that still feel healthy and might not see the need for starting treatment. This approach still uses the same antiretroviral treatment (ARVs) that people living with HIV take for life and is known as Early Access to ART for All (EAAA).

MaxART - For better Health and Zero New HIV Infections

SAfAIDS is working with local and international partners to bolster HIV prevention efforts in Swaziland with a focus on treatment as prevention. Under the MaxArt-For Better Health and Zero New HIV Infection project, SAfAIDS works with community based organizations, government  traditional and political leaders to mobilise communities to take the lead, know their HIV status and get treated.

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