The latest international news, analysis and features on the HIV epidemic from Avert. Share your views and expertise with your peers in the comments box below the articles.
The HARTS trial suggests age should not be used to judge readiness to move, as things such as being able to understand treatment and ask questions are more important
Experts are calling for healthcare for people with HIV to move beyond viral suppression to address long-term health and well-being
The experiences of girls and young women living in informal settlements in Uganda highlight the link between poverty and sexual violence
Adolescent girls in Zambia say the RISE trial helped them say no to transactional sex and stay in school but also led to a backlash
Safe spaces, peer mentors and education for male partners and parents result in more young women in Kisumu County, Kenya taking the HIV prevention pill
Research suggests Nigerian women are using misoprostol safely and effectively, despite having low knowledge on how it works.
Zambian study suggests men feel uncomfortable in women-dominated antenatal classes, resulting in many having unanswered questions about pregnancy and HIV
More adolescents with HIV virally suppressed after taking part in savings scheme for families in rural Uganda
Interviews with HIV clinic staff said the project shifted their views of young people with HIV and gave them a better understanding of the issues they face
Avert CEO, Sarah Hand, discusses the importance of health literacy in the HIV response, and the positive potential of digital communications in achieving global HIV targets.