U=U in Asia Pacific
The Principle of Undetectable=Untransmittable (U=U) is an effective set of messaging that cuts across different key areas in HIV programming. As a landmark scientific finding, the U=U will generate demand and increase the uptake of ART. If used strategically, it will also address the stigma and discrimination against the key populations and people living with HIV. Although seen as effective principle by several scientific agencies and community networks, its full adoption and implementation will remain to be based on a country context. In 2021, APCOM, with support from EpiC, and the partnership with Prevention Access Campaign, launched country webinars to contextualise the principle of U=U.
- STORIES OF BREAKING FREE: Using the messages of U=U to transform HIV experiences into stories of inspiration and empowerment
- [INTEGRATE] Multi-Country Discussion on Integrating U=U in National HIV Guideline
- Understand the principles of Undetectable = Untransmittable. #UequalsU Part 1/3: UNDERSTAND, which is about building a common understanding around the principles of U=U amongst the key population communities and service providers. 29 September 2020, 11am
APCOM Rights, Resources, Resilience Asia-Pacific Community Conference (RRRAP Con)