Adaptations in differentiated HIV treatment initiation

In order to support HIV treatment initiation and reduce risk of SARS-CoV2 exposure at health facilities, adaptations included telehealth options such as virtual follow-up visits, as well as antiretrovital therapy (ART) home delivery.

 

Adaptations in differentiated HIV treatment

In order to support uninterrupted HIV treatment supply and reduce risk of SARS-CoV2 exposure at health facilities, many adaptations to HIV treatment services have increased the duration of ART refills (also known as MMD or multi-month dispensing) and supported community-based models of HIV treatment delivery.

The examples below highlight some of the adaptations made in different countries by ministries and implementers:

 

Adaptations in differentiated HIV prevention

In order to maintain and increase gains made in PrEP coverage and reduce the risk of SARS-CoV2 exposure at health facilities, innovative solutions to PrEP promotion and delivery have included online, community-based and delivery services, as well as MMD for PrEP. 

The examples below highlight some of the adaptations made in different countries by ministries and implementers:

Adaptations for specific populations

In order to support uninterrupted HIV services and reduce risk of SARS-CoV2 exposure at health facilities for specific populations, many innovative adaptations have been made to services, including peer-led approaches, online consultations and treatment delivery services.

The examples below highlight some of the adaptations made in different countries by ministries and implementers: