2 edition of Integrating STI/HIV management strategies into existing MCH/FP programs found in the catalog.
Integrating STI/HIV management strategies into existing MCH/FP programs
Baker Ndugga Maggwa
Includes bibliographical references (p. 50-52).
|Statement||Baker Ndugga Maggwa, Ian Askew.|
|Contributions||Askew, Ian., Operations Research Technical Assistance Africa Project II.|
|LC Classifications||HQ766.5.A357 M34 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 53 p. :|
|Number of Pages||53|
|LC Control Number||98147401|
COUNTRY ACCOUNTABILITY FRAMEWORK: Assessment/Scorecard* RWANDA Civil registration & vital statistics systems Situation Analysis Possible actions National M&E Plan 3 M&E Coordination Health Surveys Facility data (HMIS) Data sharing 1 Ensure policies and programs are fully funded and resourced. Family planning costed implementation plans—management tools that include cost estimations for multiple years—are being prepared in many countries. Program costing is a critical component to ensuring fully funded programs and successful program ://
requires strategies beyond BCC, youth-targeted services, access to education opportunities and comprehensive STI control programs. Strategies are needed to address power relations between men and women, access to economic resources and other assets, and ingrained cultural and social practices that increase women’s health of young people ages 10–24 by integrating YRH and FP into youth development programs such as livelihoods and employability, leadership and engagement, education and health. The Planning for Life project developed this guide to assist IYF partners in developing a YRH initiative that can either be integrated into an existing program or
Implications for Programs: Programs that target MSM and IDUs should consider integrating targeted prevention services into existing STD/ HIV outreach programs. Implication for Research: An evaluation of the community outreach initiative should be performed to determine if the target populations are seeking prevention :// HIV departments within Kenyan health facilities are usually better staffed and equipped than departments offering non-HIV services. Integration of HIV services into primary care may address this issue of skewed resource allocation. Between and , we piloted a system of integrating HIV services into primary care in rural Kenya. Before integration, we conducted a survey among returning
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Integrating STI/HIV Management Strategies into Existing MCH/FP Programs: Lessons from Case Studies in East and Southern Africa Article (PDF Available) January with Reads How we measure Footnotes *This paper does not address the issues of integrating HIV prevention and management services into antenatal care because of their unique complexity.
†For example, a case study of public clinics in Nakuru, Kenya, found that partner notification was possible for only % of women diagnosed syndromically with vaginal discharge, genital ulcers or :// 1.
Integration of HIV services into primary care may address this issue of skewed resource allocation. Between andwe piloted a system of integrating HIV services into primary care in rural :// Since the late s, it had been noted that HIV-positive patients frequently gave a history of past STI or had serological evidence of past STI (e.g.
increased prevalence of treponemal, chlamydial or herpes antibodies).These studies suggested the existence of an 'epidemiological synergy' between HIV and other STIs r, one of the major hurdles in understanding this relationship was that shift from the concept of maternal and child health and family planning (MCH/FP) to Reproductive Health.
It also underscores the need to meet the RH needs of individuals and couples. Our national RH policy was based on the African Regional Strategy and the global program of Action developed at the Integrating STI/HIV Management Strategies into Existing MCH/FP Programs: Lessons from Case Studies in East and Southern Africa, Africa OR/TA Project II, Population Council: Nairobi, A recent large clinical trial of contraceptive use and HIV acquisition (ECHO Study) emphasized that HIV risk is high for FP clinic attendees and called for integration of HIV prevention into FP settings.
To our knowledge, ours is the first evidence of real-world programmatic delivery of PrEP integrated in routine FP clinics in high–HIV ?id=/ Asia Near East Bureau of the US Agency for International Development, Washington, DC, 7.
Askew I, Maggwa N, Integrating STI and HIV/AIDS services into MCH/FP Programs in east and southern Africa. 57 O'Reilly, Dehne, Snow Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Population Association of America, Chicago IL.
April 8. Maggwa ABN, cent health Free availability of oral pills condoms. Antenatal, delivery, postpartum, newborn care services per MNH guidelines.
Modification of existing MCH/FP service to make it accessible to adolescent. Conduct family life education clinics School health programs. The HIV pandemic remains a major public health problem worldwide, and its effects are especially devastating in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) .Approximately, million (69%) of the estimated million people living with HIV globally in were from SSA, with million living in East and Southern Africa, a region that accounted for about 44% of new HIV infections globally .
HIV-positive women have an increased risk of developing cervical cancer (CC) compared to the HIV-negative women. Despite this, HIV and CC screening programs in many developing countries have remained disintegrated.
Therefore, the objective of the study was to explore perceptions of healthcare providers (HCP) and policy makers (PM) about integration of HIV and CC screening services in :// Integrating female condom promotion and distribution into HIV-prevention programs would strengthen awareness and expand access for both women and men in need of dual protection methods beyond male condoms.
23 In recent years, prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV Health Nutrition and HIV DADDs2 in large-scale emergencies, along with this guide to MNCH in emergencies, enable staff to implement more consistent MNCH and nutrition interventions, which are proven to save lives.
This guide is WV’s first attempt to provide additional guidance at operational and technical levels on what steps in Emergencies Guide Integrating STD/HIV/AIDS services with MCH/FP programs: A guide for policy makers and program managers.
Boston p. Pathfinder International. Integrating family planning and HIV in Ethiopia: An analysis of Pathfinder’s approach and scale up. Watertown, MA. Pfeiffer, J., et al. Mayhew S. Integrating MCH/FP and STD/HIV services: current debates and future directions.
Health Policy Plan ; doi: /heapol/ pmid: Mitchell M, Mayhew S, Haivas I. Integration revisited [Background paper to the report: Public choices, private decisions: sexual and reproductive health and the millennium Introduction.
Cervical cancer is the commonest female genital tract cancer seen at the Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital (MTRH). Over 80% of the cases present to care with stage 2B invasive cancer when only palliative care is feasible s, the only radiotherapy facilities in Kenya are located in Nairobi further constraining the access to definitive.
(4.) Fox LJ et al., Improving reproductive health: integrating STD and contraceptive services,Journal of the American Medical Association of Women,50(3&4); and Mayhew S, Integrating MCH/FP and STI/HIV services: current debates and future directions, Health Policy and Planning ,11(4) (5.)+planning+providers'+perspectives+on+dual.
Provision of HIV prevention and sexual and reproductive health services in Zambia is largely characterized by discrete service provision with weak client referral and linkage. The literature reveals gaps in the continuity of care for HIV and sexual and reproductive health.
This study assessed whether improved service delivery models increased the uptake and cost-effectiveness of HIV and sexual Culturally appropriate strategies to address female genital mutilation (FGM) 29 Engaging religious leaders for change concerning attitudes towards people with HIV 29 Economics 30 Health systems 31 Providing good-quality, integrated sexual health services 31 Reaching men and vulnerable groups 35 Services for adolescents and young people 38?.