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Publication Cross-Border Health Integrated Partnership Project Performance and Costing Evaluation
Markiewicz, M., Weaver, E., Morris, L., & Xiong, K. (2020)
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HIV: Best practices lead to a practical guide for lowering mother-to-child transmission of HIV
By Elizabeth Sutherland, PhD. A Science Speaks blog post discusses findings from an evaluation of the Partnership for HIV-Free Survival.
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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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Publication The PEPFAR Local Capacity Initiative Evaluation Findings in Ghana
Mary Freyder, Samuel Essah (2020)
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Publication A Practical Way to Prevent Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV: Learning from the Partnership for HIV-Free Survival—Checklists
Hales, D. K., Bobrow, E. A., Davis, H. B., & Munson, A. J. (2020)
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Publication A Practical Way to Prevent Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV: Learning from the Partnership for HIV-Free Survival
Hales, D. K., Bobrow, E. A., Davis, H. B., & Munson, A. J. (2020)
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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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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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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 Saving Lives, Transforming the Economy: Making “Treat All” Real and Saving 23,000 More Batswana from HIV by 2030
MEASURE Evaluation (2018)
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