The USAID Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems (ASSIST) Project has recently developed an age-disaggregated data collection tool to allow for the analysis of maternal and reproductive health outcomes among females of different ages, to identify gaps in outcomes among young females and older women as well. The District Improvement Database has been designed to track and create charts for up to 30 improvement indicators for a single district, containing multiple sites.
As part of its capacity in leading global leadership for the Partnership for HIV-Free Survival (PHFS), ASSIST will be hosting PHFS’ quarterly webinar this Wednesday, July 22, at 9:00am EST. You are invited to join us to hear from two South African organizations, South to South and 20,000+. They will share their experiences on how they used the improvement approach to address gaps in the postnatal PMTCT care path.