With support from USAID and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the HRH2030 program is using the HOT4ART tool to provide quantitative evidence that support HIV human resources for health planning and decision making, including designing models that are most appropriate during the COVID-19 response.
Additionally, HRH2030 is collaborating with key cross-cutting stakeholders to develop a transition plan for transferring health workers from PEPFAR to Malawian government support for long-term sustainability.
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The USAID Nigeria Strategic HIV/AIDS and TB Response Program (SHARP) Task Orders 1 and 3 provide mentorship and job aid to help frontline providers, community pharmacies, and community groups transition in the wake of the COVID-19 epidemic in Nigeria to aggressively accelerate adoption of three-to-six month dispensing of ARVs to limit the potential of exposure for immunocompromised patients.
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The HRH2030 program is promoting data-driven human resources for health decision-making and building the capacity of facility, district, and province level stakeholders to utilize HRH data for planning and to improve the quality of HIV care.
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From 2012 to 2015, our USAID Rwanda Family Health Project (FHP) worked to build the capacity of health facilities and community-based organizations to provide integrated HIV and maternal, newborn and child health services, including integrated HIV testing and treatment, PMTCT, gender-based violence, and family planning services. Through this project 88,076 adults and children received ARV treatment.
Photo credit: Rwanda Family Health Project