Burundi

Use of comparison groups in quality improvement: A review of analyses under the USAID Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems (ASSIST) Project

Introduction : While evaluations of quality improvement interventions often show significant improvements in performance, they often lack comparison groups. The USAID Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems (ASSIST) Project was...

Improving the Health of Mothers, Newborns, Children, and Adolescents in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Synthesis Report

Over its nearly eight years of implementation, the USAID Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems (ASSIST) Project supported USAID's global Preventing Child and Maternal Deaths and Family Planning agendas by: Testing and...

A Cost Analysis of Improving the Quality of HIV Services in Burundi

The USAID Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems (ASSIST) Project in Burundi provided technical assistance to the Ministry of Public Health and the Fight Against AIDS using a collaborative approach to improve the quality of...

Synthèse de la mise en œuvre du Collaboratif Communautaire d’Amélioration de la Qualité des Services PTME au Burundi

Dans le souci d’accélérer l’atteinte des résultats du collaboratif d’amélioration et aussi pour garantir la pérennisation et l’institutionnalisation du projet d’amélioration des soins, le Projet ASSIST fournit une assistance au Ministère...

Synthèse de la mise en oeuvre du Collaboratif d’Amélioration de la Qualité des Services VIH/SIDA au Burundi

Depuis 2012, ASSIST au Burundi fournit une assistance au Ministère pour mettre en place un processus d’amélioration de la qualité s’appuyant sur une approche collaborative mettant plusieurs formations sanitaires en réseaux afin de...

Increasing male partner participation in PMTCT in Burundi

En français USAID and PEPFAR, through the USAID ASSIST Project, support Burundi’s Ministry of Public Health and the Fight against AIDS (MSPLS) to improve the quality of PMTCT services in Burundi. The project helped form quality improvement...

Where There Are No Supervisors: Community Health Worker Peer Support Groups

ICHC Blog Series

This post is part of the Institutionalizing Community Health Conference blog series.

By: Camille Collins Lovell, Community Engagement Technical Advisor/Pathfinder International and Hermenegilde Nduwayo, Community System Strengthening Specialist/IHPB

Facteurs Associés à l’Implication des Partenaires des Femmes Enceintes reçues en Consultation Prénatales au Burundi

L'objectif global de cette étude était d’identifier les facteurs qui favorisent ou inhibent l’implication des partenaires masculins des femmes enceintes (séronégatives et séropositives) enrôlées à la CPN dans les soins maternels et...

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