Drivers of HIV treatment interruption: Early findings from community-led monitoring program in Haiti

By Soeurette Policar, Alana Sharp, Joanne Isidor Hyppolite, Gérald Marie Alfred, Eva Steide, Leïnadine Lucien, Naïké Ledan, and Matthew Kavanagh

Failure to retain people living with HIV (PLHIV) in care remains a significant barrier to achieving epidemic control in Haiti, with as many as 30% lost from care within one year of starting treatment. Community-led monitoring (CLM) is an emerging approach of improving healthcare and accountability to service users, through a cycle of monitoring and advocacy. In 2020, a CLM program was launched in Haiti to identify barriers to retention and advocating for better health services.

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Stakeholder Perceptions of Community-Owned Data: Perspectives From Community-Led Monitoring

By Ngqabutho Mpofu, Elise Lankiewicz, Soeurette Policar, Walter Chikanya, Joanne Isidor, Beatrice Ajonye, Donald Tobaiwa, Alfred Gerald, Alice Kayongo, Naïké Ledan, Alana Sharp

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