Nicaragua

Assessing changes in knowledge and factors influencing behavior related to Zika prevention among women receiving antenatal care in Latin America

The objectives of this study were to determine whether the quality improvement (QI) intervention supported by the USAID Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems (ASSIST) Project was associated with a change in women’s knowledge...

Collaborative Improvement of Care and Support for Children and Families Affected by Zika in Selected Countries of Latin America and the Caribbean

As part of the USAID response to the Zika virus epidemic in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC), the USAID ASSIST Project applied quality improvement (QI) and collaborative learning methods to strengthen prenatal care, newborn care, and...

Latin America and Caribbean Zika Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes Evaluation

The USAID Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems (ASSIST) Project created a Zika Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO) program in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) to connect a team of experts with local...

Summary Report of the Activities of the USAID Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems Project in Nicaragua

In Nicaragua, technical assistance activities in response to the Zika epidemic began in 2017, both in health training institutions, universities, and in institutions providing health services to the population, the establishments of the...

Informe Resumen de las Actividades del Proyecto de USAID “Aplicando la Ciencia para Fortalecer y Mejorar los Sistemas de Salud” en Nicaragua

En Nicaragua, las actividades de asistencia técnica en respuesta a la epidemia de Zika se iniciaron en el año 2017, tanto en las instituciones formadoras de recursos para la salud, es decir universidades, como en las instituciones...

Gender integration in Zika response at medical and nursing schools in Nicaragua

Ivonne Gómez Pasquier

Chief of Party, Nicaragua, USAID ASSIST/URC

Elga Salvador

WI-HER/ Senior Gender Advisor

By: Ivonne Gómez, Chief of Party ASSIST Nicaragua and Elga Salvador, Senior Gender Advisor for WI-HER, LLC

En Nicaragua, el seguimiento de los niños expuestos al Zika es una realidad sostenible

Delegados del SILAIS Nueva Segovia en una sesión de trabajo bimestral evaluando las historias clínicas de niños con síndrome congénito del Zika El Ministerio de Salud implementó las primeras medidas para la detección, provisión de atención...

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