Many vulnerable populations find facility-based health care services to be difficult to access while community-based health care services—such as drop-in centers, mobile health services, and home visits—can be more accessible and welcoming. SOAR is testing the effectiveness of various community-based care strategies that are linked to facility services in improving HIV service uptake, care retention, and antiretroviral treatment adherence among different groups.
- Active Pediatric HIV Case Finding in Kenya and Uganda
- Assessment of a Community-based HIV Treatment Service Delivery Model on Linkages to and Retention in HIV Care among Female Sex Workers in Tanzania
- Does Shifting Gender Norms on the Community Level Lead to Increased HIV Services Uptake?
- Evaluating a Multidisciplinary Integrated Management Team Intervention to Improve Maternal-Child Outcomes and HIV Service Uptake and Retention in Lesotho
- Evaluating Community-facility Linkage Models to Promote Mother-infant Retention Along the HIV Care Continuum in Malawi
- Evaluation of “One Community” in Malawi
- Evaluation of the PEPFAR/USAID Asibonisane Community Responses Program in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
- Family Planning among Female Sex Workers Living with HIV in Tanzania
- Impact of a Community-based, HIV Intervention on Antiretroviral Treatment Retention and Adherence in Tanzania
- Optimizing Community Services for an Improved Continuum of HIV Care in South Africa
- Tathmini GBV: Evaluation of the Outcomes of Comprehensive Gender-based Violence (GBV) Programming in Tanzania