Spotlight on DSD in Southeast Asia: Providing HIV services during COVID-19 through private sector engagement in Jakarta, Indonesia (November 2021)

Caroline Francis, EpiC Indonesia, Michael Cassell, EpiC, and the team at EpiC Indonesia: Irvin Romyco, Riska Apriliyanti, Imam Ahmadi, Erlian Aditya, Aulia Human

Reflections on IAS 2021: DSD in times of COVID-19 (September 2021)

Mwanza Wa Mwanza, Director Clinical Care Services, Center for Infectious Disease Research in Zambia (CIDRZ), Zambia

Access to DSD for HIV treatment models for pregnant and breastfeeding women and adolescent girls (June 2021)

Morkor Newman Owiredu, Medical Officer, Treatment and Care Team, Global HIV, Hepatitis and STIs programmes, World Health Organization

Do DSD models for HIV treatment save money? (March 2021)

Sydney Rosen, Research Professor, Department of Global Health, Boston University, and Co-Director of the Health Economics and Epidemiology Research Office (HE2RO), University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

We need to do more: Integrating rights-based family planning and HIV care (November 2020)

Beth Schlachter, Executive Director of Family Planning 2020 (FP2020)

Reflections on AIDS 2020: Virtual from a DSD perspective (September 2020)

Dr Sophie Pascoe of the Health Economics and Epidemiology Research Office (HE2RO) in South Africa

Easier and equitable access to PrEP: How DSD can help get us there (June 2020)

Jessica Rodrigues, Director of Product Introduction and Access at AVAC

This is us: DSD responding to the realities of young people’s lives (March 2020)

Rumbidzai Chidora of Africaid Zvandiri, Zimbabwe and Sharon Amani a Young Person and Adolescent Peer Supporter (YAPS) in Uganda

The time is now: Political commitment and financing for differentiated service delivery (December 2019)

Lesley Odendal of Constituency Focal Point, a developing country NGO delegation to the Global Fund Board in South Africa

Reflections on IAS 2019 from a differentiated service delivery perspective (September 2019)

Dr Ingrid Bassett of Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School in the United States

Men's right to health: Meaningful engagement of men and boys in the HIV response (July 2019)

Philip Nyakwana of the Movement of Men against AIDS in Kenya

HIV linkage and ART initiation: Key lessons from the PopART study (April 2019)

Professor Helen Ayles, research director at Zambart in Zambia

It’s time to accelerate the TB response (January 2019)

Sharonann Lynch, HIV & TB policy advisor at the Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) Access Campaign

Reflections on AIDS 2018: Differentiated service delivery offers a path to sustaining HIV control (November 2018)

Geoff Garnett, deputy director of Global Development and Global Health at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Differentiated HIV testing – it’s time to do things differently (July 2018)

Ade Fakoya, senior disease coordinator for HIV, and Aji-Mallen Sanneh, consultant for HIV Program Quality & Efficiency, both working at The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria

A broader view of differentiated services for key populations is needed to increase impact (March 2018)

Hally Mahler, project director and Chris Akolo, deputy director for technical services, both working at LINKAGES

How to effectively and meaningfully engage communities in differentiated service delivery (December 2017)

Solange Baptiste, executive director at the International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC)

Reflections on IAS: Key highlights and thoughts going forward (October 2017)

Ruanne Barnabas, associate professor in global health and medicine at the University of Washington in the United States