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    Posted on: June 24, 2019 - Short Report

    Guide for Developing Sustainability and Transition Plans

    The Guide for USAID ASSIST Staff for Developing Sustainability and Transition Plans is a tool that was created for project teams to co-develop sustainability and transition plans with in-country stakeholders such as MOHs, universities, etc...
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    Posted on: June 19, 2019 - Training Materials - Community Health, - Health Workforce Development, - Improvement Science

    Effective Leadership for Quality Improvement in Health Care: A Practical Guide

    One of the greatest opportunities to improve the quality of health services in low and middle-income countries (LMICs) – and meet global health goals, such as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the UNAIDS 95-95-95 goals– is...
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    Posted on: June 5, 2019 - Case Study - Community Health, - Health Workforce Development, - Zika

    Asegurando el seguimiento de niños y niñas afectados por Zika en la Región I de Salud, República Dominicana

    El seguimiento a los niños y niñas afectados por Síndrome Congénito Asociado al Zika y Microcefalia es uno de los aspectos que guarda suma importancia en la evolución de estos niños y niñas. El Proyecto ASSIST de USAID ha brindado...
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    Posted on: June 5, 2019 - Improvement Story - Community Health, - Health Workforce Development, - Zika

    Cómo hacer frente al Zika: Una oportunidad para fortalecer los servicios de salud en Paraguay

    Izquierda: El equipo de Mejora de la Calidad en el Hospital Regional de Ciudad del Este, departamento de Alto Paraná: la Dra. Esdilma Jara, la Dra. Liza Morel, el Dr. Juan Ángel Silva, el Dr. Carlos Gómez y la Dra. María Luisa Melgarejo,...
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    Posted on: June 5, 2019 - Improvement Story - Community Health, - Health Workforce Development, - Zika

    Addressing Zika: an opportunity to strengthen health services in Paraguay

    Left:The QI team at the Regional Hospital in Ciudad del Este, Alto Parana region: DR. Esdilma Jara, Dr. Liza Morel, Dr. Juan Angel Silva, Dr. Carlos Gomez and Dr Maria Luisa Melgarejo, with the ASSIST project technical facilitator Dr...
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    Posted on: June 5, 2019 - Case Study - Community Health, - Health Workforce Development, - Zika

    Ensuring the Follow-up of Children Affected by Zika in Health Region I, Dominican Republic

    The follow-up of children affected by Congenital Zika Syndrome and Microcephaly is one of the most important aspects in the evolution of these children. The USAID ASSIST Project has provided technical assistance to the personnel (Doctors,...
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    Posted on: June 5, 2019 - Improvement Story - Community Health, - Health Workforce Development, - Zika

    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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    Posted on: June 5, 2019 - Improvement Story - Community Health, - Health Workforce Development, - Zika

    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...
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    Posted on: June 5, 2019 - Improvement Story - Community Health, - Health Workforce Development, - Zika

    Standardizing the process of Care to Reach Children in Difficult Places in Honduras

    Mother demonstrates stimulation techniques that she learned at hospital due to the support of ASSIST, Honduras 19-year-old Jane didn’t think that there was anything different about her baby right away, but immediately she noticed that he...
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    Posted on: June 5, 2019 - Improvement Story - Community Health, - Health Workforce Development, - Zika

    Cómo estandarizar el proceso de atención para que llegue a los niños en lugares difíciles en Honduras

    Una madre demuestra las técnicas de estimulación que aprendió en el hospital gracias al apoyo de ASSIST, Honduras Jane, de 19 años, no pensó de inmediato que su bebé tenía algo diferente, pero se dio cuenta inmediatamente de que no lloraba...