Monitoring & Evaluation

Plan d'Acceleration de la Prise en Charge Pediatrique du VIH en Guinee 2017-2020

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This costed plan for accelerating pediatric management of HIV for Guinea (2017–2020) highlights past trends in testing and treatment in the country; includes a bottleneck analysis; offers strategic interventions to accelerate progress; models different acceleration scenarios; defines roles & responsibilities; and outlines monitoring, evaluation, and reporting.

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2017

Health Logistics Quarterly: Strong Systems Save Lives

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The second edition of the Health Logistics Quarterly newsletter includes supportive supervision updates and discusses improving logistics in emerging regions, developments in health, and improving the maternal and child health logistics systems.

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  • AIDSFree

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2017

Safety of Early Infant Male Circumcision in a Pilot Setting in Rural Tanzania

Safety of Early Infant Male Circumcision in a Pilot Setting in Rural Tanzania

Iringa Region in Tanzania is one of 12 VMMC scale-up priority regions; it has a high HIV prevalence (9.1%) and low circumcision rate. Given the great progress in the adult VMMC program, which has almost reached the 80% saturation level, EIMC was introduced as a potential sustainability strategy for long term VMMC coverage maintenance. This poster describes the safety of EMIC during the pilot project.

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  • AIDSFree

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2016

AIDSFree Nigeria Logistics of IPC and Health Care Waste Management Commodities Training Manual

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This training manual, adapted from The Logistics Handbook: A Practical Guide for the Supply Chain Management of Health Commodities, developed by the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT (2011), is the starting point for anyone interested in learning about and understanding the key principles and concepts of supply chain management for infection prevention and control (IPC), including commodities for health care waste management (HCWM). 

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  • AIDSFree

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2016
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