Download our resources for young people living with HIV and healthcare professionals.
A collection of tools and resources to help young people living with HIV advocate for their rights, and healthcare professionals to support them.
Questions and Answers for Adolescents living with HIV in time of COVID-19
The questions are directly from A&YPLHIV and were the most common questions submitted through social media. They focus on key concerns specific to A&YPLHIV about COVID-19
Practical guides for adolescents and young people, parents and caregivers, healthcare providers and implementing partners to keep young people healthy during the global COVID-19 pandemic.
“AIDS-Free Generation Z” is EGPAF’s call to action for improving youth-focused HIV programming. Read more about their work toward ending HIV and AIDS among Generation Z
We're excited to have contributed to the development of EGPAF's Youth Report. This report describes EGPAF’s work toward ending HIV and AIDS among Generation Z. Generation Z refers to the generation of people born in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
Global Fund toolkit to support the engagement of young people in the grant implementation of the Global Fund
The Youth Toolkit was to support national networks of young people to get engaged in different process of the Global Fund grant application and grant making. Eventually the practical “Facilitator toolkit” was development to implement the Youth Toolkit with support from UNAIDS and the PACT. The facilitator toolkit was piloted in Honduras, Zimbabwe and Nepal with support from NORAD and eventually it was rolled out in different countries of Asia and the Pacific with support from the Global Fund CRG Special Initiatives channeled via Robert Carr Network Fund.
Improving health services for young people living with HIV
This booklet is for healthcare providers who want to learn how they can help young people living with HIV feel more comfortable and supported in health services.
A guide for young people living with HIV
This booklet is for young people living with HIV who want to be involved in advocacy, and includes ways to get involved, top tips, and some words of inspiration.