MSF has released findings that support the view that interventions at community level can successfully reach and directly support more people living with HIV who do not access conventional health services, which is key to getting ahead of the HIV epidemic.
An MSF program in four districts in southern Malawi is helping thousands of women who earn their living from sex work to overcome barriers to health services.
“Whatever the official status of this Ebola outbreak is, it is clear that the outbreak is not under control and therefore we need a better collective effort. The virus has not spread to neighbouring countries so far, but the possibility exists. What is most important now if we want to gain control of this epidemic, is to change the way we are dealing with it.