Webinar: Rolling out continuous quality improvement in voluntary medical male circumcision: Lessons learned from the USAID ASSIST pilot projects in Uganda, South Africa, Malawi and Tanzania
Moderated by Emmanuel Njeuhmeli, Senior Biomedical Prevention Advisor at USAID Office of HIV/AIDS, this webinar shared, through short presentations and panel discussions, the experiences and lessons learned from introducing continuous quality improvement (CQI) activities in support of VMMC services in USG-supported programs.
- Overview of the VMMC CQI process and results to date in Uganda, South Africa, Malawi, and Tanzania―John Byabagambi, URC, Uganda
- Case study of VMMC CQI by a private provider in Johannesburg―Shepard Maphisa, Shephard Maphisa and Partners, South Africa
- All Hands on Deck: CQI Lessons from the Anova VMMC Experience―Cephas Chikanda, Anova Health Institute, South Africa
Reflections from a Government Stakeholder: Simeon Lijenje, MOH, Malawi
Questions & answers from the three presenters
USAID ASSIST Panel: Getting started on CQI IN VMMC
- Panelists: Davis Rumisha, URC, Tanzania; Tiwonge Moyo, URC, Malawi; Donna Jacobs, URC, South Africa
Stakeholder Panel: Roles of PEPFAR/USG, national governments, and implementing partners in facilitating CQI in VMMC
- Panelists: Jackie Calnan, USAID, Uganda; Alfred Bere, CDC, South Africa; Pauline Biola, CHAPS, South Africa
See the attachments for: 1) the webinar presentation, 2) the webinar agenda and speak bios, and 3) a flyer listing resources available from the VMMC CQI and VMMC Sustainability webinars held on July 7 and 9, respectively.
Responses from the presenters and panelists to questions received from webinar attendees will be posted soon, along with a link to the webinar recording.
Participants in this webinar are also invited to participate in the VMMC and Sustainability Webinar on July 9, 2015. For more information about this webinar, please contact Kim Martin with the HC3 Project.