Uganda

Working with peer mothers to improve retention of mother-baby pairs in care

Engagement of peer mothers to support retention of mother-baby pairs in care, as well as to support newly diagnosed HIV positive pregnant women to remain in care during antenatal care (ANC) is a relatively new concept in the Northern...

Guide to Using the Community Client Led ART Delivery Model in Uganda

Achieving the UNAIDS 90–90–90 targets calls for the adoption of innovative and efficient strategies for delivering HIV and prevention, care, and treatment services that address the needs of different sub-populations of clients under HIV...

Improving rational antibiotic treatment of common childhood conditions in Uganda

Irrational and inappropriate use of antibiotics for common childhood infections is widespread across healthcare settings, and evidence suggests that this trend is even more pronounced in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). Numerous...

Guidance for Improving Family Planning/HIV Integration Service Delivery for Adolescent Girls and Young Women

PEPFAR-funded programs for vulnerable children and adolescents are assessed using the Site Improvement Monitoring System (SIMS) to ensure that programs are meeting minimum standards and providing quality services to vulnerable children and...

VIDEO: The Story of Baby Miracle

Baby Miracle was born at a mere 25 weeks, after her mother experienced a complication during the pregnancy. This video highlights the timely and life-saving care that both mother and baby received due improvements in care initiated by the...

VIDEO: Uganda Regional Learning Network

Overview The Regional Learning Network in Uganda was designed to provide coordinated newborn health services across two levels of care: standard newborn care (Health Centers III and IV and the District Hospital) and specialized care (...

Addressing the Therapeutic Feeding Gap for PLHIV with Nutrition and Self-Management Support: A Case of Aboke Health Center IV

Poor nutrition remains a key challenge for people living with HIV (PLHIV), especially those on antiretroviral therapy (ART). This case study highlights how health workers at Aboke Health Center IV, a site that has not received ready-to-use...

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