New treatment priorities, technical support rather than direct service delivery

Catholic Relief Services hosted a meeting in Lusaka , Zambia, of representatives of the treatment programme that was funded by  a PEPFAR grant to Catholic Relief Services from 2004.  With funding cuts, and with new priorities around the provision of…

The SACBC Antiretroviral programme 2004-2013

The SACBC Antiretroviral programme 2004-2013

The SACBC AIDS Office began its ARV treatment programme in 2003 with funding from CORDAID which laid the foundation for the PEPFAR funded programme begun in 2004.  The PEPFAR grant is ending in May 2013, with six sites having been…

The AIDS Relief South Africa Partnership

Since 1943, Catholic Relief Services has been privileged to serve the poor and disadvantaged overseas. Without regard to race, creed, or nationality, CRS provides emergency relief in the wake of natural and manmade disasters. Through development projects in fields such…

Ethics and the Provision of ARV Treatment in Catholic Church Facilities

– Sr Alison Munro Dilemmas faced by personnel providing ARV treatment in church facilities. The President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) funding to the Southern African Catholic Bishops’ Conference (SACBC) AIDS Office supports several Anti Retroviral (ARV) treatment sites…

Loss to Follow-up in a Community Clinic in South Africa:

Role of Sex, Pregnancy, and CD4 Count Bingxia Wang, PhD,1, 3 Elena Losina, PhD,3, 4, 6 Ruth Stark, PhD,7 Alison Munro,8 Rochelle P. Walensky, MD, MPH,1,2, 3, 5 Marisa Wilke,7 Des Martin,9 Zhigang Lu, MD,1 Kenneth A. Freedberg, MD, MSc,1,…

Original Research Article

Good treatment outcomes among foreigners receiving antiretroviral therapy in Johannesburg, South Africa. Download Here

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