In Tajikistan, ICAP is working with the Ministries of Health and local HIV service providers to achieve and sustain HIV epidemic control by introducing evidence-based, innovative, scalable interventions, developing effective and responsive analytic monitoring and evaluation capability, and training and empowering service providers to provide quality, equitable, and compassionate health services.
Technical Assistance to Central Asian National HIV Programs to Achieve and Sustain HIV Epidemic Control
ICAP in Tajikistan
Key Technical Areas
Capacity Building of Health Workforce
Monitoring and evaluation
PEPFAR / Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Zumrad Maxumova, MD, PhD
Dr. Maxumova is ICAP’s country representative in Tajikistan. She has over 20 years of experience in management, planning, creating strategic partnerships, and implementing resource mobilization strategies within HIV/AIDS and TB programs. Before joining ICAP, she was the country director for USAID’s TB Control Program in Tajikistan and, prior to that, the TB Grant Manager for UNDP in Tajikistan. In these roles, Dr. Maxumova led the process of establishing a monitoring and evaluation (M&E) system for Tajikistan’s National TB Program and initiating the organization of M&E training courses in the country. In addition, Dr. Maxumova has provided technical support to the Tajikistan National TB Program through the management and capacity building of program staff and the implementation of different initiatives such as establishing a TB laboratory network, TB in prison, TB/HIV initiatives, and more.