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Improving Health Networks: A Smart Idea
Using organizational network analysis, MEASURE Evaluation identified organizations providing some aspect of HIV care and investigated the ways in which they work—or don’t work—together.
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PEPFAR ambassador recognizes MEASURE Evaluation staff for work on DATIM
Certificates were awarded to five MEASURE Evaluation team members in June to recognize their contributions to the development and maintenance of DATIM (Data for Accountability, Transparency and Impact).
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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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International Women’s Day Includes Health and Empowerment
International Women’s Day celebrates the accomplishments of women in all aspects of society, including their rights for access to health services that meet their needs. Meeting client needs was an aspect of the topic investigated in a recent study in two districts of Botswana.
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Helping Programs that Treat Tuberculosis and HIV Address the Needs of Mobile Populations
MEASURE Evaluation and partners studied mobility patterns, treatment outcomes, and the feasibility of regional client tracing strategies among people in care for HIV and/or TB in the Lake Victoria region, bordered by Tanzania, Uganda, and Kenya.
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Keeping the balance in how we prevent HIV: Evaluating structural interventions
By Jim Thomas, PhD. Read a Science Speaks blog post from Jim Thomas. Choosing means to address the HIV pandemic is not an either/or choice, it is both/and.
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What we’re reading: Geospatial analysis of HIV
By John Spencer, MA. To help spread innovative techniques we’ve observed in the literature, we’re highlighting four articles representative of four approaches for geospatial analysis.
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The Power of Small Grants: Research that Opens Minds
By Bridgit Adamou, MPH. Small grants help strengthen capacity for health research in low-income countries.
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Study finds fear drives pregnant women with HIV from prevention services
By Valerie Flax, PhD, MPH. A study published in PLOS One investigated why HIV-positive pregnant women might drop out of a treatment program that would protect their infants and possibly save their lives.
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Indicators to Measure Family Planning and HIV Integration
By Mary Freyder, MPH. A new manual recommends that all USAID missions use additional indicators to track family planning (FP)/HIV service delivery and client-focused outcomes.
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