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1 November 2019

Project SOAR: using implementation science to accelerate progress toward achieving the 90-90-90 goals

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Since its inception, Project SOAR has conducted 70 activities in 21 countries. This supplement features findings from select activities that cover all three pillars of the project: research, research utilization, and capacity strengthening.

 

The papers are organized by the following topics: linkage to care, factors that affect the HIV care cascade, methodologies to improve implementation science research and HIV programming, and ensuring that research makes a difference.

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Results Brief
30 September 2019

Reaching key populations with community-based HIV TnS services in Lagos and Benue States in Nigeria: baseline findings

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This brief summarizes the baseline findings from Project SOAR's prospective cohort study in Nigeria which is assessing the effectiveness of community-based test and start models in reaching HIV-positive men who have sex with men and female sex workers, retaining them on antiretroviral therapy, and achieving viral suppression.

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Results Brief
16 September 2019

Participant experiences from One Community program in Malawi

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This brief summarizes the qualitative research Project SOAR carried out to assess the extent to which Malawi's One Community program is improving the well-being and decreasing the risk of HIV acquisition among the three priority populations: 1) orphans and other vulnerable children and their caregivers, 2) out-of-school adolescent girls and young women, and 3) other adult vulnerable populations, including fishermen, estate workers, and market vendors.

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Results Brief
16 September 2019

Monitoring HIV prevention, care, and treatment indicators in Malawi’s One Community program

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This brief highlights key quantitative findings from a monitoring activity of the Malawi One Community program (One-C). The purpose of this Project SOAR activity—conducted by the Population Council in collaboration with the University of Malawi College of Medicine—was to monitor key HIV prevention, care, and treatment outcomes among populations who are targeted by the One-C program, including orphans and vulnerable children and their caregivers, out-of-school adolescent girls and young women, and other vulnerable populations, including fishermen, estate workers, and market vendors.

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