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ICAP began partnering with the Government of Mozambique in 2004 to support the rapid scale-up of HIV care and treatment. We now provide technical assistance to the Ministry of Health (MOH/MISAU) to meet the broadening needs and priorities of the national HIV program, including decentralization of HIV services.
ICAP’s portfolio in Mozambique focuses on institutional capacity building and technical support for HIV service delivery, developing the health education infrastructure, capacity building for nursing and midwifery, and HIV research. Our partners include public health authorities and stakeholders, universities and health education institutions, and community-based organizations supporting people living with HIV.
Technical Assistance and Capacity Building for HIV Programs
ICAP provides technical assistance and implementation support to the MOH and to district health directorates in Nampula and Zambezia provinces to strengthen planning and provision of HIV prevention and care services, including adult and pediatric treatment, PMTCT, voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC), and cervical cancer screening. (funded by PEPFAR through the CDC)
Strategic Information for Health
ICAP provides technical assistance to strengthen national health information systems, integrated monitoring & evaluation (M&E), and data dissemination and use in order to reduce barriers to care and improve access to HIV services. (funded by PEPFAR through the CDC)
Partnership to Develop the Health Education Infrastructure
ICAP and the Mailman School of Public Health are partnering with the Instituto Superior de Ciencias de Saude (ISCISA) to create an accredited healthcare management and administration degree program, including knowledge and skills transfer and direct mentorship by MSPH faculty. (funded by PEPFAR through USAID)
Capacity Building for Nursing and Midwifery
Expanding the role of nurses and midwives is essential to meet Mozambique’s health needs. ICAP is working with the MOH to support the production of adequate numbers of skilled nurses and midwives and to update and advance nursing policy and planning, professional regulation, pre-education, and professional practice. Partners include the Department of Nursing, the Mozambican National Nursing Association, and the Mozambican Association of Midwifery. (funded by PEPFAR through HRSA)
The Engage4Health Study
ICAP is conducting a site-randomized study to compare effectiveness of a combination of interventions versus the current standard of care on linking and retaining newly-diagnosed HIV patients in care and treatment in Inhambane Province and Maputo City. The goal is to mitigate the multiple barriers HIV-positive patients face when moving from diagnosis to treatment. (funded by PEPFAR through USAID)