iALARM Project Summary

In South Africa, the country with the highest burden of HIV infection in the world, men either fail to access or drop out early from the ‘cascade’ of HIV testing, treatment and care at considerably higher rates than women. Linking men to care earlier, and keeping them retained and adherent for longer, will improve not only their own health, but will also directly translate into a range of better health outcomes for their partners, families and communities.

iALARM

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