Survey for a Community Guide to the 2013 Consolidated ART Guidelines

The Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+), the International HIV/AIDS Alliance (the Alliance) and STOP AIDS NOW! (SAN!) have sent out the following request for input on the development of their Community Guide to WHO’s 2013 Consolidated ART Guidelines.

Dear fellow community and civil society members,

As you may know, WHO recently launched the 2013 Consolidated ARV Guidelines. With guidance from an Advisory Group representing a broad array of communities and civil society, we are developing a Community Guide that will help our in-country partners to wrestle with the political, programmatic and operational challenges and to provide answers to practical questions that arise from programming that uses ART for treating and preventing HIV.  Our objectives with this Community Guide are to:
1.     Help our partners to understand what the 2013 WHO Consolidated ARV Guidelines and the resulting guidelines at country level mean in their context.
2.     Prepare our partners for the roles they may need to play as programming is discussed (at the policy level), planned for (at the programmatic level), rolled-out in their context (at the operational level), and researched/evaluated (at the research/monitoring and evaluation level).
3.     Support our partners to demonstrate the communities’ added value in terms of health outcomes and integrated health and community systems strengthening when they contribute to service provision in programming.

Through this short survey, we seek your input to identify the most important topics  and the most effective means of sharing this Community Guide with you and your communities.  It should take ~5 minutes to complete.

Please visit this link to complete the survey.

Thanks in advance for your input.

Best regards,

Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+)
International HIV/AIDS Alliance (the Alliance)

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