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Data-driven HIV programming to reach HIV epidemic control , 14 – 18 June 2021

Online Training Course

Learning Objectives This training workshop will focus on data-driven strategies that enable to optimize HIV interventions and achieve progress towards HIV epidemic control in diverse settings and population groups. New testing and treatment targets that UNAIDS proposed for 2025 adopt the more ambitious 95% objectives: 95% of people living with HIV need to be diagnosed, […]

Population Size Estimation of Key Populations and HIV Prevention Cascades

Online Training Course

Establishing the size of various populations at risk for HIV has been identified as one of the greatest challenges in HIV surveillance and in developing estimates of HIV prevalence and incidence. Reliable estimates of the size of populations at high risk for HIV are important for prioritizing target populations, planning HIV prevention services, measuring coverage […]

25. Measuring service coverage and impact of HIV interventions in key and vulnerable populations

Online Training Course

September 28 - October 2, 2020 Background Adequate programmatic service coverage levels among key populations affected by the HIV epidemic, namely female sex workers , people who inject drugs , men who have sex with men ) and transgender persons, is a critical component for achieving HIV epidemic control. Real-time programmatic data are increasingly available […]