Andy Seale summarizes a discussion that took place on ITPC’s listserv about when to initiate antiretroviral therapy. The discussion included consideration of WHO’s recommendation for Same Day Start.
ITPC is outraged following a decision by the Indian Parliament to absolve itself from responsibility of providing treatment for people living with HIV in India.
During the regional workshop to strengthen awareness of routine viral load testing in Panama, ITPC-LACTA coordinated this statement below, directed at the Venezuelan government and international donors. We, the undersigned, gathered in Panama at the “Regional Workshop on Strengthening Awareness of Routine Testing Viral Load” and the launch of the ITPC Advocacy for Community Treatment […]
ITPC prepares for Global Fund grant for Community Observatories in West Africa The decision in May 2016, by the Global Fund to recommend a grant to support the implementation of 11 Community Treatment Observatories (CTOs) in West Africa was a significant achievement. Since the announcement, ITPC Global and ITPC West Africa have been intensively engaged […]
The revised, updated and expanded Advocacy for Community Treatment (ACT) Toolkit is launched at Regional Activist Workshops in Panama and South Africa.
“The recent announcement that dolutegravir is becoming part of the national HIV program in Brazil is great news for people living with HIV,” Othoman Mellouk applauds civil society in Brazil.
Is your HIV treatment working? You have the right to know! A viral load test is the only sure way to know if your treatment is working. Whether you are living with HIV or working in the field, this short online course will inform you about the importance of routine viral load testing. You will […]
Othoman Mellouk, describes some tactics used by companies to hike drug prices. He also highlights how civil society is fighting back. Othoman is ITPC’s Intellectual Property & Access to Medicines Expert.
Julia Powell, ITPC’s Strategic Communications Lead, explains why ITPC is exploring Participatory Communications
Key Population Activists Share their Stories and Celebrate Achievements in Short Films At the AIDS 2016 in Durban last week, ITPC and ARASA launched four short films that give voice to the leaders of networks of people living with HIV and key populations. The films highlight the critical role played by these communities over the […]
As civil society organisations across the world express their disappointment in the Political Declaration at the UN High Level Meeting on AIDS, people living with HIV, key population and human rights networks in Southern and East Africa highlight grave concerns about how they have been side-lined in the implementation of programs intended to benefit their communities. […]