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Publication Gender Factors Influencing Participation in the Elimination of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV Program in Uganda under Option B+
Yourkavitch J, Flax VL, Okello ES, Katahoire AR (2017)
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Publication Identifying Households Needing Services for Orphans and Vulnerable Children – Guidelines for Adapting a Beneficiary Identification and Prioritization Tool from Uganda
MEASURE Evaluation (2017)
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Publication Երեխաների այլընտրանքային խնամքի համակարգի հզորացում Բացահայտումներ Հայաստանից, Գանային, Ուգանդային և Մոլդովայից
MEASURE Evaluation (2018)
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Publication HIV Testing and Pregnancy Delay among Adolescent Girls and Young Women Enrolled in the DREAMS Initiative in Northern Uganda: Quantitative Report
Karen Foreit, Veronica Varela, Chris Bernard Agala, Michelle Li, Lisa Marie Albert (2019)
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Publication Quality of Tuberculosis Services Assessment in Uganda: Report
Kola Oyediran, Bruce Kirenga, Stavia Turyahabwe, Nikki Davis, Jeanne Chauffour, Winters Muttamba, Abel Muzoora, Herbert Muyinda (2020)
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Publication Implementation of the UgandaEMR: Results of a Security Assessment
MEASURE Evaluation (2020)
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Publication Uganda’s Resources to Finance Family Planning Commodities: Implications for a Total Market Approach
Albert Kalangwa, Ventrine Marion Chelimo, Rose Nakandh (2018)
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Publication Enabling and Expanding the Scope of Public Health Decision Making in Uganda to Reduce Maternal Mortality: Concept Note and Use Case
Kumar, M., Kim, T. E., Millar, E., Ongechi, K. S., & Weiss, W. (2019)
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Publication Mapping a Path to Improve Uganda’s Health Information System Using the Stages of Continuous Improvement Toolkit
MEASURE Evaluation (2019)
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Integrating services works to curb HIV transmission from mothers to their infants and retain mothers in care, study shows
By Emily Bobrow, PhD. A combination of integrated service delivery approaches for mothers who are HIV-positive has been shown in Uganda to improve retaining mothers in HIV care and increasing exclusive breastfeeding for infants, plus providing an increase in completed HIV test results for babies at 18 months of age.
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