In October, ICAP’s annual leadership meeting brought directors from 16 countries where ICAP works to New York City.

The week-long meeting included a special symposium on ICAP’s innovations in science and service. Each ICAP country team presented a poster highlighting an innovative aspect of their current work, from health services in Rwanda for survivors of gender-based violence to quick-win interventions to improve the quality of ART in post-conflict South Sudan. The poster session was followed by a discussion moderated by ICAP Director Wafaa El-Sadr, ICAP staff and speakers from the Mailman School of Public Health, including: Lynn Friedman, Professor of Population and Family Health, Sandro Galea, Chair, Department of Epidemiology; Margaret Kruk, Assistant professor of health Policy and Management; and Lisa Metsch, Chair, Department of Sociomedical Sciences.

PMTCT/MNCH: An entry point to health information systems strengthening in +Cameroon+
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Electronic HIV case management system facilitates monitoring and evaluation of HIV care and treatment programs in +Central Asia+
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Nurse task-shifting to improve coverage of antiretroviral treatment and early initiation in HIV care in +Cote d’Ivoire+
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Implementation of quality services in the context of PMTCT expansion in +Democratic Republic of Congo+
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Leveraging PMTCT programs to strengthen health systems for maternal, neonatal and child health services in +Ethiopia+
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Promoting male involvement in maternal and child health (+Kenya+)
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Innovative strategies to increase early TB case detection among miners and their families in +Lesotho+
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Bridging the gap between theory and practice: Enhancing clinical teaching through model wards in +Malawi+
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Follow-up of patients in antiretroviral treatment included in community support and adherence group in Zambezia and Nampula, +Mozambique+
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Providing services to victims of sexual and gender based violence: the case study of ICAP in +Rwanda+
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ICAP’s MSM initiative in South Africa: Ensuring access to comprehensive HIV prevention services for MSM in +South Africa+ through a community of practice
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‘Quick win’ interventions and key steps to improve update and quality of ART in a post-conflict situation (+South Sudan+)
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Engaging communities in HIV prevention, care and treatment in +Swaziland+
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Increasing access to HIV prevention and care and treatment amongst high risk mobile populations, Lake Victoria Island outreach (+Tanzania+)
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Increasing quantity and relevance of nursing and midwifery education: +Zambia+ implements a combined nursing and midwifery education and training program
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High rates of ineligibility for PrEP among MSM and transgender women in +Harlem+: HPTN 067 (ADAPT) study
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