Biennial Symposium & Other Resources

Resources

Children and HIV: Equity Now! Reaching All Children in the Epidemic

Presentations from the Coalition’s 6th Biennial Symposium – which took place in the days leading up to AIDS 2016 in Durban South Africa – are available here.

 

Start Early, Start Now! – Integrated Interventions for Young Children Born into HIV-affected Families

In advance of the AIDS Conference in Melbourne, Australia in 2014, the Coalition hosted a Symposium on “Early intervention – evidence and entry points.” Presentations can be found here.

Children and HIV: Closing the Gap – Ending vertical transmission through community action

In advance of AIDS 2012, the Coalition hosted a two day meeting focused on ending vertical transmission through community action. All presentations from these meetings are available here.

Children and HIV: Family Support First

In advance of the AIDS Conference in Vienna in 2010, the Coalition hosted a Symposium on “Children dnd HIV: Family Support First. Click here for presentations.

Progress Report for Children Affected by HIV/AIDS

The Progress Report for Children Affected by HIV/AIDS was developed by UNICEF in response to the recommendations of the 2004 Global Partners Forum on Orphans and Vulnerable Children and the Inter-Agency Task Team on Children Affected by HIV/AIDS. The 2009 Progress Report for Children Affected by HIV/AIDS is the second publication in the periodic series, and builds on the first report, which was published in 2006.

Children and HIV/AIDS: Action Now, Action How (Mexico City, July 2008)

In advance of the AIDS Conference in Mexico City in 2008, the Coalition hosted a Symposium titled “Children and HIV/AIDS: Action Now, Action How.” Presentations from this meeting are available here.

Palliative Care at Home for Young Children in Africa – Training & Support Materials

The Coalition, in collaboration with partners, developed a comprehensive training and support package to help train community workers who are in a position to support families to care for very sick young children at home. It is also designed to support families in looking after a very sick child. The full suite of materials are available here.