Good Practice Guidance on HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria
Aimed at managers and health practitioners, this toolkit seeks to increase their understanding of the individual diseases.
The Guidance explains the characteristics of each disease – the stages, signs and symptoms, spread, diagnosis and treatment. The uniquely different prevention, treatment and control mechanisms of the three diseases are recognized.
A systematic management process is described, comprising nine generic steps to determine the type and level of intervention required for HIV/AIDS, TB and malaria.