From December 2010 to February 2011, GNP+ and ICW Global held a series of consultations with people living with HIV to gather their perspectives and personal experiences on how programmes and services that seek to prevent the transmission of HIV from a mother to a child should be organised and run. The recommendations from people living with HIV were shared with the Interagency Task Team (IATT) for Prevention of HIV Infection in Pregnant Women, Mothers, and their Children to support them in strengthening a strategic framework they are developing for the primary prevention of HIV among women of reproductive age and the prevention of unintended pregnancies among women living with HIV (components 1 and 2 of PMTCT).
The consultations revealed that greater uptake of PMTCT services is facilitated by the following:
For further information about the consultations held, the findings and the recommendations, please see the following reports:
|Publication title:||Vital Voices: Recommendations from consultations with people living with HIV|
|Downloads:||Vital Voices Recommendations from consultations.pdfAppendix B1 PMTCT Econsultation Report 2011.pdfAppendix B2 PMTCT FDGs Report 2011.pdfAppendix B3 PMTCT Esurvey Report 2011.pdfAppendix B4 PMTCT Experts Teleconference Report 2011.pdfVital voices factsheet.pdf|