ICAP is advancing malaria control in Ethiopia by training laboratory workers in malaria diagnosis and quality assurance.
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ICAP, through the Global Nurse Capacity Building Program, is recruiting and training volunteer health workers to link communities to HIV services in Cote d’Ivoire.
In Tanzania, over 37,000 women have received cervical cancer screenings at ICAP-supported facilities.
In Mozambique, ICAP is supporting the development of a health management curriculum where students develop solutions to existing health challenges.
ICAP is advancing efforts to eliminate mother-to-child transmission of HIV. In Swaziland, ICAP is conducting a two-year study to evaluate retention in care among HIV-pregnant women.
In Sierra Leone, Wafaa El-Sadr and Susan Michaels-Strasser are leading ICAP’s Ebola effort.
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