Information for Persons Living with and Affected by HIV:

  • PHDP Curriculum

    The Positive Health, Dignity, and Prevention (PHDP) Curriculum is a set of 17 modules addressing key issues for PLHIV, including HIV and AIDS basics, sexual and reproductive rights, sexual diversity, continuum of care, and advocacy. It also promotes self-agency, health literacy, advocacy skills and human rights of PLHIV. These modules should be used to further develop the capacity of communities living with HIV and other key affected communities, so that they can help shape the HIV response in Jamaica. The primary audience for these modules is leaders of people living with HIV communities in Jamaica. People living with HIV leaders will likely use these modules in their work as part of a broader HIV response—to share key concepts and, at times, to facilitate modules in the spaces where they lead. This leadership can range from serving as resource people in workplace settings to working and/or advocating with healthcare centres, communitylevel support groups, peers, and family members. While the primary audience of these modules is people living with HIV in Jamaica, the modules could also be used by people living with HIV to work with other stakeholders in the HIV response. Also, while the content of these modules reflects the Jamaican context, they may be adapted to other settings with additional work and consideration

  • Jamaica PLHIV Stigma Index

    This study was conducted to document the experiences of people living with HIV regarding stigma and discrimination; to provide the foundation for evidence-based programmatic interventions; to provide a mechanism for measuring changes in stigma and discrimination; and to gather information that will inform the development and implementation of national policies that protect the rights of people living with HIV.

  • Positive Health, Dignity and Prevention for Women and their Babies: A treatment literacy guide for pregnant women and mothers living with HIV

    This guide was developed jointly by the Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+), the International Community of Women Living with HIV (ICW) and the Interagency Task Team (IATT). This new treatment literacy guide is a practical informative tool designed to offer a complete package of guidance for women living with HIV who are pregnant or are considering becoming pregnant.

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