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This study describes client and community perceptions related to barriers that prevent optimal uptake of PMTCT / ART services and retention of clients. It also proporses recommendations for improvement and support for the implementation of Option B+. Option B+ refers to the WHO's 2013 guidelines to offer lifelong treatment for all HIV- infected sexual partners regardless of their CD4 count.
This paper highlights a number of key shifts in counselling practices in Zambia over the last 25 years, demonstrating the relationship between those shifts, changes in medical technology, (inter)nationalpolitical will and the epidemiological maturity of the disease.
This study analyses and reports trends in HIV and non-HIV ambulatory service workloads on clinical staff in urban and rural district level facilities.
This study aimed at investigating genotypic characteristics and drug resistance profiles of Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolated from suspected TB patients. Furthermore, risk factors and economic burdens that could affect the current control strategies were studied.
Saving Mothers, Giving Life (SMGL) is a public-private partnership aimed at reducing maternal mortality by 50% and showing that investments in demand creation and health facility improvements can improve maternal survival. The program was implemented in four districts in Zambia and Uganda in 2012.
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