This activity brief describes a research study Project SOAR is conducting to better understand how to use existing key population community platforms in Nigeria to expand access to HIV treatment, the cost of such care provided outside of clinical health facilities, and the extent to which false positive misclassification may occur in outreach settings. Given the global “treat all” emphasis and the need to effectively scale up test and start services and minimize misclassification rates, these findings will be important in expanding timely antiretroviral treatment coverage in vulnerable communities in Nigeria and elsewhere.
Project SOAR. 2017. "Assessing HIV-related outcomes among key populations accessing community-based test and start services in Nigeria," Activity brief. Washington, DC: Population Council.
Supporting Operational AIDS Research (Project SOAR)