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ITPC honors long-time HIV activist, Bactrin Killingo, as he retires

After 14 years of activism within the HIV treatment movement, ITPC Treatment Education Lead Bactrin Killingo is retiring. Official as of September 1, 2017, Bactrin’s leaving marks the end of an era for ITPC. He was in attendance at the International Treatment Preparedness Summit in Cape Town, South Africa in 2003, where ITPC was founded, […]

Delegates attend a meeting on galvanizing the movement to scale-up access to optimal treatment and related care for adolescents living with HIV in Cape Town, South Africa.

The Future of the HIV Response Through the Eyes of Youth Leadership

Helen Etya’ale, ITPC’s Program Coordinator, shares her reflections from the recent Intergenerational Summit on Positive Youth Leadership and what the HIV advocacy movement looks like through the eyes of youth leadership.   August 12th is International Youth Day. In light of that, I can’t help but think back on my recent experiences and observations from […]

ITPC Spotlight

Film about Community Treatment Monitoring in West Africa

ITPC launches a new project to support communities to monitor HIV treatment services in West Africa. Our short film highlights some of the challenges the project seeks to address. Find out about the new community treatment monitoring project and learn about ITPC's community monitoring model.