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Publication Improving Care for People in Ukraine Who Have Tuberculosis and HIV – Findings from a Qualitative Analysis of Integrated Services
MEASURE Evaluation (2017)
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Publication Helping People with Tuberculosis in Ukraine Stay in Treatment – Findings from a Qualitative Analysis of a Social Support Program
MEASURE Evaluation (2017)
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Publication The Importance of Gender in Tuberculosis Data
MEASURE Evaluation (2017)
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MEASURE Evaluation collaborates with the Ministry of Health (MOH) and a local USAID implementing partner, the Institute for Health Measurement/Southern Africa (IHM), to strengthen collection, analysis, and use of routine health data and to improve country-level capacity to manage health information systems, resources, and staff.
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Tuberculosis Co-Infection with HIV Responds to Concurrent Treatment
By Martha P. Skiles, MPH, PhD, and Stephanie Mullen, DrPH. In 2014, USAID funded MEASURE Evaluation to initiate an impact evaluation in Ukraine for two TB programmatic priorities.
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Publication Strengthening Tuberculosis Control in Ukraine: Impact Evaluation Baseline Survey, Ukraine 2014
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MEASURE Evaluation is conducting an endline survey in Ukraine to examine treatment adherence and outcomes among those receiving social support and changes in mortality due to early diagnosis and early treatment among TB/HIV co-infected patients served by integrated programs.
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Data Quality Assessment Data Verification Templates
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Publication Patient Monitoring: WHO’s Interlinked Patient Monitoring Systems for HIV, MCH, and Tuberculosis
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MEASURE Evaluation achievements in support of the STOP TB Strategy include supporting global standards for tuberculosis monitoring and evaluation; capacity building and technical assistance; development of TB tools and supporting country TB information systems; and evaluation/research.
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