How do we make HIV prevention work? There’s plenty of theoretical knowledge; transforming knowledge into sustainable practice is the challenge. For longstanding biomedical prevention methods or new approaches alike, one critical component underlies sustainable HIV prevention: adherence.
AIDSTAR Plus provided technical assistance to Honduras’ Ministry of Health to implement a new national HIV and STI strategy. As explained by regional technical officer Dr. Sergio Flores, the project not only built the technical capacity of health workers and administrators, but changed people’s attitudes and behaviors toward the fight against HIV.
JSI consultants Jennifer Kawatu and Andee Krasner offer insights from the recently-published National STD Billing and Reimbursement Toolkit, which was designed to help publicly-funded STF clinics and public health labs make decisions about billing.