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Case Study

In Zambia’s Southern Province, the Community PMTCT Follow-up Register Project is improving access and adherence to HIV testing and treatment for pr

More than a decade of conflict has ravaged the health infrastructure and service delivery in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). As a result,

Promising Practice

Middle-income countries with adequate health system infrastructure and willingness to provide PMTCT services can implement dif

Pathfinder works with communities and health facilities in 14 districts of Nairobi, Eastern and Central provinces to increase

The Centre for Infectious Disease Research in Zambia (CIDRZ) is a nonprofit organization affiliated with the University of Ala

The Ndola Demonstration Project (NDP) efforts in PMTCT tested the operational feasibility of an integrated MTCT risk-reduction

EGPA's strategy in Uganda has been to complement Uganda Ministry of Health and private partners to cover human resource, infra

HIV Prevention Knowledge Base Entry

Prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT; also known as prevention of vertical transmission) refers to interventions to prevent transmissi

HIV can be transmitted from a mother to her child during pregnancy or delivery. When a mother is HIV infected, her baby can also be infected throu

Report

In 2009, more than 200,000 HIV -positive pregnant women required antiretroviral therapy (ART) prophylaxis countrywide but only 13 percent received

From March to September 2012, AIDSTAR-One, in collaboration with the Jane Goodall Institute, the Kigoma Local Government Authority, and the Ministr

In guidelines released in 2010, the World Health Organization recommends that health facilities integrate prevention of mother-to-child transmissio

This technical report discusses the many services needed throughout the prevention of mother-to-child transmission

Technical Brief

HIV presents an increasing risk to pregnant women, their infants, and their families. In response, governments are looking to the integration of