Shaping the Future
of HIV Service Delivery
CQUIN 5th Annual Meeting
All content available! CQUIN hosted its fifth annual meeting virtually from November 16 to 19, 2021. The network and its global stakeholders reviewed and presented data on the progress made toward implementing and scaling up differentiated service delivery (DSD) over the past year.
The HIV Coverage, Quality, and Impact Network (CQUIN) is a multi-country learning network dedicated to expanding and improving differentiated service delivery for people living with HIV.
We support countries as they share knowledge and tools to advance differentiated service delivery, and facilitate joint learning about the science of scale-up. Each country has focus areas and catalytic projects based on local needs.
CQUIN brings DSD policy makers, practitioners, funders and recipients of care together via workshops, online communities of practice, south-to-south visits and more.
By 2022, network countries will take differentiated service delivery to scale, enabling more people living with HIV to initiate and sustain high-quality treatment, improving individual health, and achieving population-level impact.
November 19, 2021 CQUIN Fifth Annual Meeting
CQUIN is a growing network of countries working together to advance the scale-up of high quality differentiated HIV services.
Democratic Republic Of The Congo
Differentiated service delivery (DSD) is a person-centered approach to HIV service delivery. Moving away from a one-size-fits-all model, DSD tailors HIV services to diverse groups of people living with HIV while maintaining the principles of the public health approach.