COVID-19 and HIV/AIDS programmes and services

This collection contains guidelines, newsletters, presentations, reports and articles on the global pandemic of COVID-19 and how it is impacting HIV/AIDS resilience programmes and services on key populations.
Current guidance comes from leading local and global organisations and institutions: Children and Aids, Differentiated Service Delivery (DSD), fhi 360, Frontline AIDS, International AIDS Society (IAS), International Association of Providers of AIDS, Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), Spring Nature, United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime (UNODC).
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HIV/AIDS in Conflict and Post-Conflict Situations

This is a collection on HIV and AIDS in conflict and post- conflict situations, it examines the negative effects of humanitarian crises such as conflict and displacement on people living with HIV and AIDS as well as their increased vulnerability to HIV and AIDS. This collection is comprised of resources from organizations like UNAIDS, USAID, PEPFAR, UNICEF/UNHCR,IASC and ECHO.

COVID-19: guidelines supporting healthcare systems

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This Collection is monitored daily to identify new and updated materials.

This Collection contains technical guidelines from leading global institutions to support the operation of medical centres responding to the COVID-19 virus. Current guidance comes from the European Center for disease prevention and control, Centre Hospitalier de Grenoble, Elsevier, Health Protection Surveillance Center, Public Health England, Stadt Essen and the World Health Organisation, ARUP, British Thoracic Society.

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This Collection is part of an on-going series of linked Collections of operational guidance on responding to COVID-19. Some documents are available in English and French, and one resource in German.

You might find other helpful collections on supporting healthcare systems that are not specific to COVID-19 below, on WASH and the elderly or schools, health and shelter, medical supply chains.


Cette collection est mise à jour quotidiennement pour être complétée par les tout derniers documents disponibles.

Cette Collection contient des directives techniques venant des principales institutions mondiales pour soutenir le fonctionnement des centres médicaux répondant au virus COVID-19. Les documents actuels proviennent du Centre européen de prévention et de contrôle des maladies, du Centre Hospitalier de Grenoble, de la ville d'Essen, d’Elsevier, du Health Protection Surveillance Center, de Public Health England et de l’Organisation mondiale de la santé.

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Cette collection fait partie d'une série de Collections de guides opérationnels sur la réponse au COVID-19.Certains documents sont disponibles en anglais et en français, l'un en allemand.

Vous pouvez trouver ci-dessous d'autres collections qui ne sont pas dédiées au COVID-19 ci-dessous, sur l'eau, l'hygiène et l'assainissement pour les personnes âgées et les écoles, la santé et les conditions d'abri et les chaines d'approvisionnement en matériel de santé.

Children: HIV/AIDS in Conflict and Post-Conflict Situations

This collection focuses on the effects of HIV and AIDS on children in conflict and post-conflict situations. Resources are from organizations such as Avert, Reliefweb, UNICEF, and others. They offer information pertaining to testing and diagnosing the disease, as well as the consequences of armed conflict, barriers to testing and treatment, the role of emergencies on the crises, and pathways of advocacy.