Why Urbanization & Flourishing Investment Activities Fail to Provide Care & Support Systems to HIV Positive Children

In 2019, the Coalition for Children Affected by AIDS and ViiV Healthcare’s Positive Action awarded $40,000 in grants to eight organizations that could show how the use of social protection supports HIV testing, treatment, and care for children in low- or middle-income countries. One of the winning proposals was submitted by the Center for Development and Capacity Building (CDCB) to document its pilot project to prevent mother-to-child HIV transmission in Ethiopia. The organization conducts trainings, organizes forums and dialogues, and implements innovative projects to be scaled up by government and development partners in Ethiopia. Read more in this case study.