ICAP’s HIV Coverage, Quality, and Impact Network (CQUIN) recently rolled out a new and improved website. CQUIN is a 14-country innovative learning network dedicated to expanding and improving differentiated service delivery (DSD) for people living with HIV.

Designed to facilitate more effective dissemination of key resources, the newly improved website promises to increase member country collaboration and joint learning.

Among the key features are updated country dashboards for all 14 member countries, providing key DSD progress indicators; easy navigation to a wealth of information about CQUIN’s south-to-south learning engagements, catalytic projects, meetings, slides, and posters; archives of CQUIN newsletters and webinars, and much more.

“The website is better organized and makes it easier for our stakeholders to navigate and find tools that they need,” said Peter Preko, MBChB, MPH, CQUIN project director.

“CQUIN is an extraordinary learning network,” said Miriam Rabkin, MD, MPH, CQUIN principal investigator and director for health systems strategies at ICAP. “The new website will support ongoing south-to-south exchange, sharing of resources, and dissemination of best practices.”

Should you have feedback on the new website, we would love to hear it at icap-cquin@cumc.columbia.edu.

A global health leader since 2003, ICAP was founded at Columbia University with one overarching goal: to improve the health of families and communities. Together with its partners—ministries of health, large multilaterals, health care providers, and patients—ICAP strives for a world where health is available to all. To date, ICAP has addressed major public health challenges and the needs of local health systems through 6,000 sites across more than 30 countries.


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