Nicaragua

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...

In Nicaragua, Following up with Children Exposed to Zika ia a Sustainable Reality

Delegates from SILAIS Nueva Segovia in a bi-monthly work session reviewing medical records of children with Congenital Syndrome Associated with Zika The Ministry of Health implemented the first actions for detection, care provision and...

USAID ASSIST Project Annual Performance Monitoring Report FY18

University Research Co., LLC (URC) and its partners have completed six years of implementation of theUSAID Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems (ASSIST) Project. This report is the sixth Annual Performance Monitoring Report...

Materiales para vigilancia neurodesarrollo infantes Nicaragua

Spanish El paquete pedagógico es una herramienta para el desarrollo de competencias en el personal de las instituciones prestadoras de servicios de salud y en los estudiantes de las que son formadoras de recursos humanos para el sector...

The Continuum of Care for Zika

Alison Lucas

Knowledge Management and Communications Specialist, USAID ASSIST Project/URC

Jorge Hermida

Senior QI Advisor, MNCH, and Latin America Regional Director, USAID ASSIST Project/URC

In 2016, scientists confirmed the link between Zika infection during pregnancy and severe birth complications, most notably microcephaly.  Thankfully, cases of Zika infection in Latin America and the Caribbean dropped dramatically in 2017; however, Zika is unlikely to ever disappear completely from the region.

How a rash can turn into something so devastating: Zika’s effects on babies

Vicky Ramirez

Consultant, USAID ASSIST Project/URC

Andrew Gall

Improvement Advisor, USAID ASSIST Project/URC

In 4 out of 5 people, a Zika infection will have zero signs. In some, it can trigger mild symptoms such as a rash and conjunctivitis, but for a fetus—it can affect him for the rest of his life.

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