Zimbabwe has been experiencing significant declines in both prevalence and incidence of HIV over the years. From a high of over 29% in 1999 the HIV prevalence rate has fallen to 13,2% in 2017 (Zimbabwe HIV Estimates 2017). The fall has been related to a number of factors such as increased promotion and uptake of HIV prevention, treatment and management services.
To sustain the achievements in the national response and significantly change the course of the pandemic, there have been stronger calls for use of evidence to inform both at policy and programme levels.
This section contains various documents and publications in the area of HIV and AIDS.A Collection of Best Practices from the Response to HIV & AIDS in Zimbabwe 2010 – 2017 (1)
For more information on HIV and AIDS research priorities, review and research documents view or download the documents below.
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