Feasibility of Home-based HIV Counseling and Testing in Scaling up PMTCT among Women Delivering at Home in Geita Districts Council, Tanzania

To determine the feasibility of home-based HIV testing and linking to care for HIV services among WDH in Geita District Council, Tanzania. Please...
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Prevalence and characteristics of HIV infection among female sex worker in Lubumbashi (D.R. of the Congo)

HIV/AIDS = MAJOR PUBLIC HEALTH PROBLEM => Morbidity and mortality (UNAIDS, 2016) 35 Millions New Cases and mortality rate < 39% (2015): Decreasing trends : ART more and more available Lowering of HIV/AIDS burden but it is principally concentrated in Key specific populations: FSW, MSM, IDU, LGBT (Gows, 2012; Baral, 2012) Please...
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Uptake of services for Prevention for Mother-To-Child Transmission of HIV in Lubumbashi (D.R. of the Congo)

The control of HIV is a public health issues (WHO 2015) Vertical transmission of HIV = principal way of children’s contamination: pregnancy (5-10%), delivery (10-20%) and breastfeeding (5-15%) (Coutsoudis, 2009; Ciarnallo, 2012) This vertical transmission rate is very high in developing countries => Please...
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Development of a newborn curriculum for medical students in Zimbabwe – a needs assessment

The University of Zimbabwe College of Health Sciences (UZCHS) embarked on a competency-based medical curricular review in 2013 under a Medical Education Partnership Initiative (MEPI) grant Please...
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Exploring factors associated with male partner involvement in the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV programmes in Zimbabwe: A qualitative study

Male partner involvement in child-bearing decisions is essential and has a positive impact on women’s utilisation of PMTCT interventions (Aluisio et al., 2011). Please...
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