Sexually Transmitted Infections: Policy Briefs
Casting light on old shadows: ending sexually transmitted infection epidemics as public health concerns by 2030. Advocacy Brief; 2017
Countries can boost the response to STIs and improve the health of millions of women, men and adolescents by adopting WHO’s Global STI Strategy. Some viral STIs, like human papillomavirus (HPV) and HIV, are still incurable and can be deadly, while some bacterial STIs – like chlamydia, gonorrhoea, syphilis and trichomoniasis – are curable if detected and treated.
Sexually transmitted infections: implementing the Global STI Strategy. Evidence-to-action brief; 2017
This policy brief is designed to help countries implement the Global STI Strategy. By taking action to build sustainable national and institutional capacity for addressing STIs, countries can ensure that key cost- effective interventions reach the greatest number of people in need
Preventing mother-to-child transmission of HIV during breastfeeding; 2011
New evidence published in Lancet Infectious Diseases shows safety and efficacy of combination antiretroviral drugs during pregnancy, delivery and breastfeeding and supports the 2010 revised WHO guidelines.