Strengthening the power of the orphans & other vulnerable children (OVC) platform to achieve epidemic control through community linkages
Wednesday, April 25th, 9:00-10:00 am EST (Washington, D.C.)
ASSIST held a webinar on leveraging orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) service delivery platforms through community linkages to achieve HIV epidemic control on April 25, 2018. Diana Chamrad and Juliana Nabwire of URC and Tiwonge Moyo of EnCompass LLC presented insights from ASSIST’s work to strengthen OVC services in Uganda, Malawi, Lesotho, Kenya, and Tanzania, followed by commentary from Jacqueline Calnan of USAID Uganda. ASSIST Deputy Director Victor Boguslavsky moderated the discussion.
|Moderator: Victor Boguslavsky, Deputy Director, USAID ASSIST Project, URC|
Presenter: Diana Chamrad, Improvement Director, Vulnerable Children & Families and Mental Health, USAID ASSIST Project, URC
|Presenter: Juliana Nabwire, Senior Quality Improvement Advisor, USAID ASSIST Project, URC|
|Presenter: Tiwonge Moyo, Team Leader, Malawi and Tanzania, AIDSFree Project, EnCompass LLC|
|Commentator: Jacqueline Calnan, Technical Advisor, USAID Uganda|
|This flyer discusses ASSIST's work applying quality improvement (QI) methods to strengthen services for orphans and vulnerable children (OVC).|
- Change package: Improving education performance of children in Balaka and Mangochi Districts in Malawi
- Change package: Increasing participation of caregivers in household economic strengthening activities in Balaka and Mangochi Districts in Malawi
- Extension workers and communities working together to comprehensively link vulnerable families to access social services in Mpeya area, in Mangochi District, Malawi
- DREAM Big: How a quality improvement approach to behavior change is empowering adolescent girls and young women to stay HIV-free
- Quality improvement as a framework for behavior change interventions in HIV-predisposed communities: a case of adolescent girls and young women in northern Uganda
- Strategies to Increase Identification of HIV-Positive Children: A Compilation of Successfully Tested Changes in Communities and Health Facilities in Uganda
- Improving educational performance of children in Chilore Primary school using quality improvement approaches in Mangochi District, Malawi
- Improving Care for Orphans and Vulnerable Children and Families: Experiences from implementation in Kenya
About the ASSIST Legacy Webinar Series
ASSIST will host seven webinars between March and September 2018 to provide an opportunity for participants to learn from results and achievements of the project. The webinars will be held monthly at 9:00-10:00 am EST (Washington, D.C.) and each will address a different topic, drawing on results and learning from multiple countries. They will consist of one or two short presentations, followed by comments and discussion with the moderator and/or expert commentators and audience questions, and will be recorded for later viewing.
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