We need your help and input and we want you to have your say!

Across the world there are programmes and services that seek to prevent the transmission of HIV from a mother to a child. A new set of guidance is being created to help inform the way these important services should be organised and run.

At ICW Global and GNP+, we think it is vital that your voice is heard about how these services are going to be provided. So whether you are a man or a woman living with HIV, please join in and tell us what you think. If you are a partner of a man or woman living with HIV, please also take part. From your experience, what works or doesn’t work? You might have received support or help from these services – were they useful? How could they do things differently, what should stay the same?

The e-survey is available in English, French, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish:



Making time to complete this e-survey means you can help make sure that services are useful to you and members of your family and community.

All responses will be anonymous and confidential.


The e-survey will close on 28 January 2011.

Thank you for contributing your experiences, views and ideas.


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