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Paediatric Tuberculosis in Sierra Leone: Engaging media institutions to participate in increasing TB diagnosis in Children

12 February 2019

SIERRA LEONEFighting tuberculosis

On January 31st, Solthis participated through the Project TB-Speed in the National Media Conversation and training on TB reporting, organized by a national partner, CISMAT-Sierra Leone (Civil Society Movement Against Tuberculosis in Sierra Leone). More than 25 members of the media (TV, radio, print) across Sierra Leone were present at this 1-day meeting. For CISMAT-Sierra Leone:  “The Role of the media plays a central role in contributing to the elimination of Tuberculosis. Tuberculosis... Read more

ATLAS Project : A major innovation to accelerate the achievement of HIV testing global goal by 2020

30 January 2019


Lancement ATLAS - Solthis

January 29 in Dakar, Solthis in partnership with Unitaid, The Institute of Research for Development (IRD) and in collaboration with the ministries of health in Senegal, Mali, and Côte d'Ivoire, officially launched the project ATLAS to reduce HIV related morbidity and mortality rates in West Africa through HIV self-testing.   500,000 distributed HIV self-tests will change the game for testing in order to protect the most at risk populations. Improving access to HIV testing through the... Read more

Feedback on the 10th years anniversary of Solthis in Guinea

13 December 2018


Retour 15 ans Solthis Guinée

  Since 2008, Solthis has been working with the Guinean Government, the Ministry of Health, hospitals, health centers, laboratories and communities to fight HIV, improve the quality of medical care and the rights of people living with HIV. A collaboration that has always been based on strengthening the entire health system under a Solthis key principle of intervention "Act without substituting" as highlighted by Solthis partners interviewed on the impact of Solthis projects over... Read more

What progress Sierra Leone has made in the fight against HIV?

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  #EndHIV   From 13th to 14th November, Solthis Sierra Leone and ICAP Columbia organized a two-day national conference in Freetown to provide a forum for AIDS advocates in Sierra Leone to discuss the progress made in recent years to achieve the 90-90-90 target.   90-90-90: AN AMBITIOUS TARGET TO HELP END THE AIDS EPIDEMIC BY 2020 WORLDWIDE BY UNAIDS : By 2020, 90% of all people living with HIV will know their HIV status,By 2020, 90% of all people with diagnosed HIV... Read more

PACTES & OPP-ERA: a common synergy to place HIV infected patients at the heart of the healthcare system

22 October 2018


Prise en charge VIH en Guinée, remettre le patient au coeur des soins

Rich of a strong collaboration and a common goal of placing HIV infected patients at the heart of the healthcare system in Guinea, our projects PACTES  and OPP-ERA organized an important meeting with community leaders defending rights of HIV infected or affected persons in Guinea, on 17 October 2018 at the Donka National Hospital. Indeed, REGAP + (Associations of people infected and affected by HIV network), REFIG (Network of Women infected and affected by HIV) and  FEG (Fondation Espoir... Read more

Innovation to improve treatment adherence in children living with HIV in Sierra Leone

27 September 2018

SIERRA LEONECAPACITY BUILDINGTherapeutic Patient EducationFighting HIV / AIDS

Sia Nyama- Sierra Leone

  Medication adherence in children living with HIV remains a challenge in Sierra Leone and globally. To address the issue, Solthis, through a concept themed on ‘a fish and its scales’ developed an innovative tool to help support drug adherence in children between 5 to 10 years old, taking antiretroviral treatment (ART). The tool has been designed to incite children to take their treatment by colouring the fish with scales at each drug intake, but also  to help as an evaluative tool... Read more

Niger – photo exhibition : “My sexual health, My rights, My choices”

10 September 2018


The exhibition was launched on September 6, 2018 at the Franco-Nigerien Cultural Center Jean Rouch in Niamey in collaboration with the NGOs Lafia Matassa, Equilibres et Populations, and with the support of the Initiative 5%. More than 100 Solthis partners and guests were present to support the committment of the peer-educators working with the project JADES to promote sexual and reproductive rights & health among young people in Niger. The report is a result of the photographer Gaël... Read more

Launch of ATLAS – Self-testing project – at the AIDS 2018 Conference

26 July 2018

Fighting HIV / AIDS

On the occasion of the 22nd International Conference on HIV (AIDS 2018 in Amsterdam from July 23rd to 27th), the ATLAS project " Autotest, Libre d’Accéder à la connaissance de son Statut VIH," funded by Unitaid and implemented by a French consortium, Solthis and the IRD was launched. It will be conducted in 3 countries: Côte d'Ivoire, Mali and Senegal for 3 and a half years (2018-2021). The official signature took place on the French booth on Wednesday July 25th in the presence of the... Read more

Join Solthis at AIDS 2018

20 July 2018

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Promoting learning exchange between Uganda and Sierra Leone: an opportunity to explore Uganda best practices in tackling HIV

2 May 2018


Visit meeting on the saving and lending program among PLHIV with Sikyomu support Group - Mityana “The learning has further enhanced my skills on how to map out programs or activities that NETHIPs will embark on, in order to meaningfully contribute to the national response and in the same vein improve the lives of persons living with and affected by HIV/AIDs in the country. From now onwards, we will work with the leadership of NETHIPs for it to strategically locate itself in advancing the... Read more

Solthis at AFRAVIH 2018

5 April 2018

Fighting HEPATITISFighting HIV / AIDS

Afravih 2018

Come and learn more about our projects at AFRAVIH 2018 : Oral Communication : Patients' non-declaration of their HIV status and antiretroviral treatment to health workers during childbirth delivery in Conakry, Guinée" - A study conducted under DIAVINA-ANRS 12344 project and presented on April 7, 2018 at 8:30 am. Poster : "Consideration and quantification of the elimination costs of plastic and toxic waste generated by HIV viral load tests in developing countries: a study of the OPP-ERA... Read more




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