Recognizing that low retention rates limit the ability of HIV treatment programs in South Africa to successfully achieve patient outcomes and the “third 90”, ICAP conducted a situational assessment of
Recognizing that low retention rates limit the ability of HIV treatment programs in South Africa to successfully achieve patient outcomes and the “third 90”, ICAP conducted a situational assessment of CDC-SA partner quality improvement (QI) activities in this domain. ICAP designed and implemented a rapid scan of the QI methods, tools, systems and strategies use by Health Systems Trust (HST), the TB/HIV Care Association and the Aurum Institute. The output included a plan for ongoing experience sharing and capacity building aimed at increasing retention of patients on ART at partner-supported sites.
Adolescents and young adults ART - antiretroviral therapy Cervical cancer screening Children Community health workers COVID-19 CQUIN Dear Florence DSD - Differentiated service delivery E-learning and online training EAIPC Ebola Featured HIS - Health information systems HIV HIV care and treatment HIV prevention HIV testing and counseling HPTN HRH - Human resources for health HSS - Health systems strengthening IPC - Infection Prevention and Control Laboratory Malaria Maternal and child health Midwifery Monkeypox MSM - Men who have sex with men NEPI Non-communicable diseases Nursing PHIA PMTCT - Prevention of mother-to-child transmission PrEP - pre-exposure prophylaxis PWID - People who inject drugs Research Sexual and gender-based violence SI - Strategic information Students TB and TB/HIV - Tuberculosis thisnursecan Training Vaccine Viral load Women