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COPE® for Services to Prevent Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV

A Toolbook to Accompany the COPE® Handbook

The fact that HIV-infected mothers can pass the virus on to their children before, during, and even after birth presents a serious risk to the health of many of the world's children. This toolbook, a supplement to the COPE® Handbook, provides updated versions of the self-assessment guides, the client interview guide, and other materials designed to assist providers and site staff in identifying and solving on-site problems that compromise the quality of services for the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV (PMTCT). The tools address topics such as information, education, and counseling on HIV prevention and care, including approaches to PMTCT; condom promotion; voluntary counseling and testing; provision of family planning services; treatment of sexually transmitted infections; antenatal care; prevention of transmission using prophylactic antiretroviral regimens; safe labor and delivery practices; counseling and support for safer infant-feeding practices; and community action to reduce stigma and discrimination and increase support for HIV prevention and care interventions.

(2005)

View or download this publication in English (PDF, 1.1 MB) or in French (PDF, 932 KB).

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