Uganda

Improving Access to Viral Load Monitoring through Viral Load Camps in Northern Uganda

To ensure viral load suppression is being monitored for people living with HIV, the USAID Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems project (ASSIST) is working with the district health offices in northern Uganda to increase access...

Improving the quality of family planning services in Uganda: Tested changes implemented in four districts in Western Uganda

The USAID Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems (ASSIST) Project, in partnership with 17 United States Government implementing partners and the Ministry of Health (MOH), is implementing the Saving Mothers Giving Life (SMGL)...

Improving Coverage in the HIV Continuum of Care Response: Tested Changes and Guidance from Uganda

Since April 2013, ASSIST worked with the MOH and implementing partners in Uganda through applying improvement methods to implement the HIV continuum of response (COR) across 41 districts. The HIV COR collaborative uses a model that...

Improving Utilisation of GeneXpert Testing at Five Lab Hubs in Northern Uganda

The GeneXpert test is a molecular test that detects Tuberculosis (TB) bacteria DNA as well as some genetic mutations associated with TB treatment resistance. The test uses samples like cerebrospinal fluid and pleural fluid and gives...

Improvement Change Package: Changes to improve quality of data for management of malaria in Kayunga District in Uganda

This collaborative was implemented in five health facilities; Bbaale HC IV, Lugaasa HC III, Wabwooko HC III, Kakiika HC II and Nakyesa HC II in Kayunga district. The collaborative objectives were: 1) Improvecompleteness and accuracy of...

Assessment of the quality of basic resuscitation services in Uganda

To guide future efforts to reduce preventable newborn mortality and stillbirth in Uganda, the USAID ASSIST Project carried out an assessment of the quality of newborn resuscitation services as part of integrated newborn care in 26 health...

Evaluation 2016: Evaluation of a Beneficiary Identification Tool

Atlanta, Georgia

Evaluation 2016, the American Evaluation Association's annual conference, will be held in Atlanta on October 24-29. Diana Chamrad of the ASSIST Project will be discussing her work evaluating a beneficiary identification tool in Uganda.

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