This leaflet, produced by the Rwanda Ministry of Health, provides information about Hepatitis B and C.
This leaflet, produced by the Rwanda Ministry of Health, provides information on antiretroviral drugs and aherence to the regimen. The message of the leaflet is that a patient should take ARVs properly and adhere carefully to the prescribed protocols.
This booklet, produced by the Rwanda Ministry of Health, offers recommendations to individuals who take HIV medication. It describes recommendations for adherence to the regimens, guidelines on medication usage, and other aspects of HIV treatments.
This booklet, produced by the Rwanda Ministry of Health, describes recommendations for those individuals with HIV who are prescribed medication. It describes the importance of keeping to the medication regimen, knowing the guidelines about the use of the medication.
This brochure was produced and disseminated by the Ministry of Health in Rwanda. It provides key information and key messages for seropositive people.
This brochure, produced by the Rwanda Biomediomecal Center, is intended to educate and motivate people living with HIV regarding the Importance of the use of ARV and to detail the benefits of doing so.
This brochure was developed by the HIV Division of the Rwanda Ministry of Health. It intends to teach mothers who are infected by HIV how to protect their babies from contracting the disease while delivering. This was developed in 2016 and was distributed to all health centers in Rwanda.
The material provides brief information on:
- What is HIV
- How HIV is contracted
- How the infected mother can protect her baby while delivering
Akamaro K'imiti Igabanya Ubukana Bwa Virusi Itera SIDA is a flyer produced by the HIV Division intended to provide key information on how people infected by HIV can take antiretroviral drug therapy (ART). This material targets specifically people infected by HIV who are starting this treatment.
It also provides key information on:
- Management of HIV/AIDS
- Anterotroviral drug therapy
- HIV Management in Rwanda