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AIDSTAR-One/India provided knowledge management and technical assistance support to India’s National AIDS Control Program (NACP) at national and state levels as well as to the US Government PEPFAR team. CASE STUDIES A Positive Partnership: Integrating HIV and Tuberculosis Services in Karnataka, India: The Samastha Project is successfully supporting the integration of TB and HIV services across health facilities, hospitals, NGOs, and public health agencies. http://www.aidstar-one.com/positive_partnership

Community-Based Initiatives for HIV Program Management among Most-at-Risk Populations (MARPs): This case study examines the important role of two community-based organizations—Sarathi, which serves men who have sex with men (MSM), and Prerana Samajik Sanstha, which is led by female sex workers—in identifying and meeting the diverse needs of communities to address their high risk of HIV infection. http://www.aidstar-one.com/cbi_marps

NOVEMBER 2013 This publication was made possible through the support of the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) through the U.S. Agency for International Development under contract number GHH-I-00-07-00059-00, AIDS Support and Technical Assistance Resources (AIDSTAR-One) Project, Sector I, Task Order 1.


District Comprehensive Approach for HIV Prevention and Continuum of Care in Maharashtra, India: This case study highlights a unique approach using available public, private, and community resources to identify and link people who are most vulnerable to HIV to comprehensive services. http://www.aidstar-one.com/district_comprehensive

Integrating HIV Care: Improving Programs, Improving the Lives of People Living with HIV: This integrated clinical and social support program used quality improvement, decentralization, task shifting, and community engagement to identify and address challenges to sustaining HIV treatment programs in India. http://www.aidstar-one.com/integrating_care Integrating Resources for Antiretroviral Therapy Adherence: The Samastha Project used a “link worker” approach to improve coordination and collaboration among a large number of community, public, and private HIV service organizations. http://www.aidstar-one.com/linking_resources Micro-planning in Andhra Pradesh: The Samastha Project’s innovative community-based micro-planning process trained HIV peer outreach workers to create custom care and support plans for people living with HIV. http://www.aidstar-one.com/microplanning

Mobile Clinics in India Take to the Road: The Mumbai-based Avert Society is employing a mobile clinic program to bring HIV testing and counseling and sexually transmitted infection services to those most at risk. http://www.aidstar-one.com/mobile_clinics

Strengthening HIV/AIDS Programs in Two Indian States: This case study focuses on the development of the Samastha Project’s technical assistance strategy and approaches. http://www.aidstar-one.com/samastha_ta DESK REVIEWS Public-Private Partnerships and Corporate Social Responsibility in the HIV Response This document provides a broad overview of public-private partnerships (PPPs) and corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives in India; the paper highlights challenges, opportunities, models, and guidelines. http://www.aidstar-one.com/public_private_partnerships (PDF, 492 KB)

Additional Desk Reviews can be found at www.aidstar-one.com.

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AIDSTAR-One Project Highlight: India