Tuberculosis

To reduce the number of new cases of tuberculosis and improve diagnosis and treatment, I-TECH collaborates with governments and ministries of health to strengthen their health systems through facilitating trainings, advising on health policy and clinical guideline updates, supporting laboratory quality management, upgrading national health information systems, and implementing integrated TB/HIV care and treatment services.

Program Highlights

Health Information Systems in Botswana
I-TECH has worked with the Ministry of Health and Wellness (MOHW), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and other implementing partners to develop and implement robust national health information systems (HIS) that enable greater efficiency and accountability and strategic use of information. These HIS include: ...
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Technical Support to the National HIV Response in Malawi
I-TECH seconded staff work in collaboration with government officers and program managers, and bring technical expertise to efforts to strengthen health systems ...
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Tuberculosis Control in Mozambique
I-TECH recently began to support MISAU’s National TB Program to update its national guidelines for TB, as well as the development of standard operating procedures so that clinical sites can integrate TB diagnosis, care and treatment (including of drug-resistant TB) into HIV services ...
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Workforce Development in Haiti
It is critical that health care providers receive the necessary training to empower them to improve patient outcomes CHARESS supports both pre-service and in-service training efforts in Haiti. In particular, CHARESS is a key partner of MSPP in maintaining its national clinical guidelines.  ...
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