Short Report

Répondre aux besoins des hommes, des femmes, des garçons et des filles dans les services de VIH et ART

La thérapie antirétrovirale (ART) et les soins pour le VIH axés sur le patient étayent le maintien de la productivité et de la qualité de vie des personnes affectées en fonction de leurs besoins, de leurs préférences de mode de vie et de...

Responding to gender issues to improve outcomes in nutrition assessment, counseling, and support services

Nutrition assessment, counseling, and support (NACS) is an approach to integrate evidence-based nutrition interventions into health services, including the prevention, categorization, and treatment of malnutrition and sustained improved...

Strengthening Community Platforms to Address Gender Norms

This AIDSFree technical brief describes the elements of programmatic approaches to strengthen community platforms to address gender equality and harmful gender norms. It draws examples from successful community platforms for addressing GBV...

Strengthening Community Health Systems to Improve Health Care at the Community Level

Communities play a key role in the continuum of care as they can increase access to care by spreading health promotion messages, contributing to case identification, referring to facilities, and following up patients. Much of a patient’s...

Decentralizing TB Services to Improve Access to Treatment in Swaziland

This short report describes the work conducted by University Research Co., LLC (URC) from 2006 to 2014, through the USAID-funded Quality Assurance, Health Care Improvement, and Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems (ASSIST)...

Providing TB Services to Health Care Workers in Swaziland through Wellness Screening

Health care workers (HCWs) are the health care delivery system’s most valuable asset, and no hospital or clinic can guarantee the highest quality of care to its patients if the health and safety of its staff are at risk. It is estimated...

Improving Outcomes for Mothers, Newborns, and Children

This short report describes the approaches used and some of the results achieved by the USAID ASSIST Project to improve care for mothers, newborns, and children.

Ensuring an Effective Continuum of Response and Cascade of Care for Persons Living with HIV in Uganda

The Continuum of Response (COR) approach seeks to provide clients and their families with the essential prevention, care/support, and treatment services to reduce HIV transmission and disease progression and to maximize health outcomes...

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