Option B+ is a prevention of vertical transmission approach for expectant mothers living with HIV in which women are immediately offered treatment for life regardless of their CD4 count. This approach offers advantages such as protection of partner(s) and (unborn) child, as well as benefits to the woman’s health, but also carries with it risks.
In the report GNP+ and ICW present the results of 8 different focus group discussions that discussed these issues in Uganda and Malawi. Below poster summarises the results.
For additional information on Uganda and Malawi, visit the stigma index website
|Publication title:||Option B+: Understanding perspectives/experiences of women living with HIV|
|Downloads:||Option-B+ Understanding perspectives experiences of women living with HIV.pdf|