Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission

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Toward Elimination of New HIV Infections in Children: Progress, Challenges, and Opportunities

Technical Bulletins

This issue of our technical bulletin summarizes the global momentum toward elimination of mother-to-child HIV transmission (highlighting the United Nation's Global Plan) and how that momentum is affecting change in EGPAF-supported countries.

 

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Improving Quality of HIV Services in Rwanda: The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation Experience

Technical Briefs

This technical brief describes quality improvement approaches to strengthen HIV prevention care and treatment service delivery in Rwanda.

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Project HEART End-of-Project Report: South Africa

Technical Reports

This report describes EGPAF's work in the scale-up of PMTCT and care and treatment service access and uptake in South Africa from 2004-2012, under PEPFAR's Track 1.0 Funding. 

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Project HEART End-of-Project Report: Tanzania

Technical Reports

This report describes EGPAF's work in the scale-up of PMTCT and care and treatment service access and uptake in Tanzania from 2004-2012, under PEPFAR's Track 1.0 Funding. 

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Project HEART End-of-Project Report: Côte d'Ivoire

Technical Reports

This report describes EGPAF's work in the scale-up of PMTCT and care and treatment service access and uptake in Tanzania from 2004-2012, under PEPFAR's Track 1.0 Funding.

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Spotlight on Integration of TB and HIV Prevention, Care, and Treatment

Technical Bulletins

This issue of our technical newsletter is devoted to the dual tuberculosis and HIV epidemics and how we work in various countries to combat them together. 

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Rapid Syphilis Testing Study in Zambia and Uganda

Technical Briefs

This technical brief explores quality improvement approaches while integrating syphilis and HIV testing services.

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Infant and Young Child Feeding in the Context of HIV

Technical Bulletins

In this issue of our technical bulletin, EGPAF discusses optimal infant feeding practices in the context of HIV.

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