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Launch of Ablogui’s Gqui Ose application in partnership with Solthis as seen by Média Guinée.com

4 June 2024

GUINEAPromoting Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

Friday, May 24, 2024, the Association des Blogueurs de Guinée (ABLOGUI), in partnership with Solthis, launched its mobile application GquiOse! Developed as part of the PAJES project, this application aims to improve the Sexual and Reproductive Rights and Health of young people and to fight against gender-based violence through dematerialized channels. GquiOse offers a wide range of functions: read articles; take a quiz; track your menstrual cycle; join a forum; view testimonial videos; locate... Read more

The Conference-Debate organized by Solthis and its partners on Intergenerational Dialogue as seen by Guinea 360

12 April 2024

GUINEA

As part of the PAJES project, and to celebrate Women's Month, Solthis and its partner ABLOGUI organized a conference-debate on intergenerational dialogue in Guinea. Read the Guinée 360 article about this event and its impact on the community. Read the Guinea 360 article covering this event and its impact on the community. Read more

The PACTES study on advances in HIV care published in Frontiers in Reproductive Health

12 April 2024

GUINEAFighting HIV / AIDSInfectious and emerging diseases

Our latest study on the PACTES project has been published in Frontiers in Reproductive Health. Studies on the organization of care and the power dynamics between providers and HIV patients in sub-Saharan Africa are rare. This study aims to describe the patient-provider relationship and explore the challenges of optimal, patient-centered care for people living with HIV (PLHIV). Integrating psychosocial counselors into the organization of HIV care, improving access to ARVs, the availability... Read more

What if drones saved lives?

27 March 2024

GUINEAFighting HIV / AIDSInfectious and emerging diseases

The AIR-POP project aims to optimize the screening and management of HIV-exposed newborns by studying the feasibility of transporting blood samples by drone. A child's chances of survival depend on early treatment, which is often hampered by the late availability of screening results. Obtaining results is limited by the difficulty of transporting blood samples between health centers and the laboratory in charge. Transporting these samples by drone would reduce delivery time and optimize... Read more

The ATLAS project in IRD Mag’

25 January 2024

MALIFighting HIV / AIDS

Secondary dispensation was one of the major innovations of the ATLAS project, run in consortium by Solthis and IRD between 2018 and 2022. This strategy, aimed at entrusting the dispensing of HIV self-testing kits to key populations so that they themselves distribute them to less accessible targets, made it possible to reach people who previously had no access to testing. IRD Mag' has published an article reviewing the results of the study carried out to evaluate this strategy. Discover the... Read more

Infodrome’s look back at our 20 years in Côte d’Ivoire

2 December 2023

Fighting HIV / AIDSPromoting Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

In 2023, Solthis celebrates 20 years of commitment and action. To mark this anniversary in Côte d'Ivoire, Infodrome took part in the festivities and published an article testifying to our impact and highlighting the highlights of this event.   Read Infodrome article (in French) Read more

Donation of medical equipment to health centers in Côte d’Ivoire

10 October 2023

COTE D'IVOIRECAPACITY BUILDINGSTRENGTHENING SYSTEMS AND HEALTH SERVICESPromoting Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

As part of the POUVOIR and AGIR projects in Côte d'Ivoire, Solthis, with the support of its financial partners AFD, Expertise France and the BOA Foundation, has made a donation of medical equipment to the Ministry of Health, Public Hygiene and Universal Health Coverage. Comprising gynecological examination tables, reusable catheters, suture boxes, blood pressure monitors, a 20-liter sterilizer, cotton drums and contraceptives, the donation benefited 11 health centers in Abidjan. On this... Read more

Interview 8 March 2023, International Women’s Rights Day – Radio clip

13 April 2023

Promoting Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

Following the Sansas project's campaign for the 8th of March, International Women's Rights Day, Géraldine Colin, Senegalese Country Director and Françoise Ndiaye, medical referent of the Sansas project in Mbour, on GBV training for health providers gave an interview to the Senegalese radio. Discover the radio extract (in french) Read more

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

30 January 2019

COTE D'IVOIREMALISENEGALFighting HIV / AIDS

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

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

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SIERRA LEONEADVOCACY FOR FAIR ACCESS TO QUALTITY HEALTH CARESTRENGTHENING SYSTEMS AND HEALTH SERVICESFighting HIV / AIDS

  #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

AIDS 2016: our study on low retention of patients in ARV treatment during recent Ebola outbreak in Conakry presented as a poster and quoted in La lettre de l’infectiologue

26 July 2016

GUINEAOPERATIONAL RESEARCHFighting HIV / AIDS

During the last international AIDS 2016 conference held in Durban from 18 to 22 of july, Wole Ameyan, medical coordinator at Solthis, presented the poster "Low retention of patients in antiretroviral treatment during recent Ebola outbreak in Conakry". Click here to download the poster This study has been quoted in "La lettre de l'infectiologue", in its issue special AIDS 2016 dated July 20,  in the article "The impact of the Ebola epidemic on HIV healthcare in Conakry" (in french)... Read more

Our PMTCT Officer in Sierra Leone featured in the UNAIDS campaign to end AIDS

27 May 2016

SIERRA LEONESTRENGTHENING SYSTEMS AND HEALTH SERVICESFighting HIV / AIDS

Memuna Jaral Jalloh, Solthis PMTCT Officer in ‪#‎SierraLeone‬ featured in the last UNAIDS campaign : countdown before high level meeting to end AIDS to be held next June 8-10  ‪#‎HLM2016AIDS‬ ! # Read more

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