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Publication Home-Based Care (HBC) Needs Assessment among U.S. Government-Supported Areas in Tanzania
Cannon M, Charyeva Z, Mahunga P, Lwezaura S (2016)
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Publication Applying New Methods to Estimate Viral Suppression: The “Last 90”
Zadrozny, S., Weir, S., Edwards, J., & Herce, M. (2018)
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Publication Understanding “the Last 90” in Guyana’s HIV Treatment Cascade: A Facility-Based Assessment of the Viral Loads of Key Populations
Reynolds, Z. (2019)
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Publication Strengthening Tuberculosis Control in Ukraine: Evaluation of the Impact of the TB-HIV Integration Strategy on Treatment Outcomes
Zulfiya Charyeva, Smisha Agarwal, Kristen Brugh, Siân L. Curtis, Stephanie Mullen (2018)
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Publication How Gender Affects Adherence to Antiretroviral Therapy in Tanzania
Kahamba JS, Massawe FA, Nombo CI, Jeckoniah JN (2017)
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MEASURE Evaluation Receives Research Award from IAS for Study on Programs Integrating HIV and Tuberculosis Care in Ukraine
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Analysis highlights hurdles between pregnant women with HIV and treatment
By Jennifer Yourkavitch, MPH, PhD. Research examines interactions among poverty, gender, and health systems that affect women’s participation in services to prevent HIV transmission from mother to child with a causal loop analysis.
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Collection supporting HIV data gathering provides support for front lines
By Jackie Hellen, MPH. With community workers and program managers in mind, MEASURE Evaluation worked to develop an online collection of Community-Based Indicators for HIV Programs.
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Guide gives direction to the last 90
By Sharon Weir, PhD. Read a Science Speaks blog introducing a new tool to help better estimate how many people treated have achieved viral suppression.
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Study finds diverse, but generally young and single men posing greatest HIV transmission risks to adolescent girls and young women
By Jen Chapman, PHD. A blog post from Science Speaks discusses a study that found reaching young men with prevention, treatment improves odds for female partners.
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