We are pleased to announce our partnership with UNICEF Rwanda to integrate CQI to lower maternal-to-child transmission of HIV; eliminate new pediatric infections; and improve maternal, newborn, and child health and survival in the context of HIV.
Ciheb was awarded four grants from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to support COVID-19 response activities in Botswana, Nigeria, Malawi, and Mozambique.
Responsibility for getting the Zambian population ready for ZAMPHIA 2020 falls to community mobilizers. Learn how they are creating the momentum for a successful survey.
New research examines the prevalence of intimate partner violence and its association with rates of mortality among neonates, infants, and children less than five years of age in the East African countries of Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, and Uganda.
Ciheb has continued to implement the ECHO ModelTM at sites in Nigeria since its pilot project. Recently, in December 2019, Ciheb helped extend the reach of ECHO by hosting a three-day immersion training session in Abuja.
Ciheb was awarded two five-year awards from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to build laboratory systems in Malawi and Mozambique.
A new study by Ciheb researchers has discovered that the HIV treatment approach, known as “test and treat,” may not be effective across all clinical settings.
During a disease outbreak, responders have multiple competing demands that require their attention. An analysis of the monkeypox outbreak in Nigeria demonstrates that communicating with the media should be among the top priorities.