Integrating hygiene improvement into HIV/AIDS programming to reduce diarrhea morbidity
conference contributionposted on 12.02.2018 by Brandt Witte, Renuka Bery, Julia Rosenbaum
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This paper highlights discrete hygiene activities that organizations working in HIV/AIDS prevention and care can integrate into HIV/AIDS programs to help achieve the hygiene objectives outlined in the Preventive Care Package Guidance issued by the President’s Emergency Plan. These discrete hygiene activities can help mitigate the impact of diarrhea on people living with HIV and AIDS (PLWHA) and their families thereby prolonging and improving their quality of and protecting family members and caregivers from contracting diarrhea.
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