UNITAID is pleased to announce its new Call for Proposals for the area of intervention: Expediting access to HIV self-testing in low and middle-income countries
South Africans can now purchase an HIV testing kit from a local pharmacy and screen themselves for infection in the privacy of their homes.
Technical specifications for WHO prequalification of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) rapid diagnostic tests for professional use and/or self-testing.
The Department of Health is seriously considering the WHO recommendation on self-testing to improve HIV testing rates and prevent treatment delays.
Global fund commits to accelerate access to comprehensive HIV services among key and vulnerable populations, and invest in community-led responses.
Global progress report and new guidelines launched ahead of World AIDS Day 2016.
Cheryl Johnson explains how the new WHO guidance will support countries to promote self-testing and increase access to HIV services worldwide.
Second edition of the landscape report on HIVST which shows that 16 countries have adopted HIV self-testing policies.
Analysis of HIVST market in nine countries: Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
As of Wednesday 23rd November it will be possible to purchase a self-test at pharmacies in Belgium.
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