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Awards Support COVID-19 Study and Response in Four Couuntries

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.   

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COVID-19 Surveillance in Africa

The Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention has been working to support African Union Member States to rapidly detect and respond to COVID-19.

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Strengthening the COVID-19 Response in Nigeria

For five years, Ciheb has been helping strengthen Nigeria's disease surveillance and response capacity and has recently ramped up efforts in response to COVID-19.

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On the COVID-19 Frontlines in Zambia

Ciheb physicians have been developing clinical guidance for COVID-19 cases in Zambia, while also providing telementoring support to rural doctors and nurses and guiding a local group in manufacturing cloth masks for hospitals.

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Understanding COVID-19 Using Data Dashboards

Online data dashboards offer maps, interactive graphs, and summary tables that describe key indicators associated with COVID-19. Here are a few dashboards that stand out.

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Addressing Tuberculosis Burdens in Kenyan Schools

Ciheb Kenya has been supporting TB screening and referrals and laboratory capacity building. On World TB Day, a new screening algoritm was launched to help address TB burdens among schoolchildren.

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ZAMPHIA 2020 Launches in Zambia

The moment we've all been waiting for, preparing for, training for has arrived.

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Momentum Builds as Community Mobilizers Hit the Streets

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.

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Violence Affecting Women and Children in East Africa

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.

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ZAMPHIA 2020 Training of Trainers Begins

Ciheb has begun preparing for the Zambia Population-based HIV Impact Assessment (ZamPHIA 2020). The survey will be rolled out in February 2020. 


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Amplifying the ECHO Effect in Nigeria for High-Quality HIV Care

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.

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Strengthening Lab Capacity in Malawi and Mozambique

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. 

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Can Differentiated Care Help Improve HIV Test and Treat Outcomes?

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.

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Ciheb Has a New Website

With a new look and a new logo, we renew our commitment to our mission to improve the human condition globally.

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NAIIS Results Inspire Hope

The Nigeria HIV/AIDS Indicator and Impact Survey was one of the largest population-based HIV/AIDS household surveys ever conducted. NAIIS directly measured HIV prevalence and viral load suppression across Nigeria.


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ZAMPHIA 2020 Nearing Field Implementation

Ciheb has begun preparing for the Zambia Population-based HIV Impact Assessment (ZamPHIA 2020). The survey will be rolled out in February 2020. 


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Research Examines Media Communication During a Disease Outbreak

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. 


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