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Community-Based Antiritroviral Therapy Delivery

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Geneva, UNAIDS, 2015

This document is part of a series of case studies demonstrating innovative, high-impact strategies for community-based service delivery to be developed by UNAIDS in partnership with civil society. The goal is to encourage the increased inclusion, costing and resourcing of community-based actions in national responses to HIV, particularly in national plans and Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria concept notes and grant implementation. It presents experiences of how community-based antiretroviral therapy (ART) delivery can improve both the level of access to treatment and the quality of health outcomes for people living with HIV. These experiences illustrate that community-based ART delivery is efficient, effective and high quality. It draws from several Médecins sans Frontières (MSF) reports and articles regarding its experiences with community-supported
ART delivery.