Shaping the Future
of HIV Service Delivery

Fourth Annual Meeting

CQUIN Fourth Annual Meeting (Virtual)

Due to the current global COVID-19 pandemic, CQUIN’s fourth annual meeting was held virtually from December 7-10, 2020.

MCH Workshop

Available Now! CQUIN Differentiated Maternal and Child Health Workshop

CQUIN recently hosted a series of multi-country workshops focused on differentiated service delivery and integrated maternal and child health services.

CQUIN responds to COVID-19

ICAP is leveraging the CQUIN network to foster real-time exchange of questions, resources, lessons learned and planning for DSD in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Network

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.

South-to-South Learning

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.


December 1, 2020 Perspectives – Interview with Dr. Rachel Mudekereza CQUIN’s New Senior Clinical Advisor: “The Goal is to put Clients First!”

Network Countries

CQUIN is a growing network of countries working together to advance the scale-up of high quality differentiated HIV services.

Service Delivery

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.


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