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Publication Effective linkage from point of HIV testing to care and treatment in Tanga region, Tanzania
Kayabu DE, Ngocho JS, Mmbaga BT (2018)
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Publication Who are the male partners of adolescent girls and young women in Swaziland? Analysis of survey data from community venues across 19 DREAMS districts
Zahra Reynolds, Ann Gottert, Erin Luben, Bheki Mamba, Patrick Shabangu, Nsindiso Dlamini, Muhle Dlamini, Sanyukta Mathur, Julie Pulerwitz (2018)
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Publication Reaching key populations through key venues: Insights from the Jamaica HIV Prevention Program
Sharon S. Weir , J. Peter Figueroa, Marion Scott, Lovette Byfield, Carol Jones Cooper, Marcia C. Hobbs (2018)
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Publication Quality of family planning services in HIV integrated and non-integrated health facilities in Malawi and Tanzania
Michael A. Close, Janine Barden-O’Fallon, and Carolina Mejia (2019)
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Publication Role of Male Sex Partners in HIV Risk of Adolescent Girls and Young Women in Mozambique
Jenifer Chapman, Nena do Nascimento, and Mahua Mandal (2019)
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Publication Feasibility of home-based HIV counselling and testing and linking to HIV services among women delivering at home in Geita, Tanzania: a household longitudinal survey
Juma Adinan, Bridgit Adamou, Caroline Amour, Aisa Shayo, Paulo Lino Kidayi, Levina Msuya (2019)
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Publication Decreased consumption of common weaning foods is associated with poor linear growth among HIV-exposed infants participating in the Kigali antiretroviral and breastfeeding assessment for the elimination of HIV (Kabeho) study
Charlotte Lane, Emily A Bobrow, Dieudonne Ndatimana, Gilles F Ndayisaba, Linda S Adair (2019)
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Publication Using a quality improvement approach in the prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission program in Uganda improves key outcomes and is sustainable in demonstration facilities: Partnership for HIV-Free Survival
Flax VL, Kasasa S, Ssendagire S, Lane C, Atuyambe L, Lance PM, Ssengooba F, Draru J, Bobrow EA (2020)
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