CDC Division of Global HIV & TB country profile : Swaziland
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CDC Division of Global HIV & TB country profile : Swaziland
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    CDC is working closely with the Ministry of Health (MOH), civil society, and implementing partners to build capacity to improve the coverage and quality of HIV and tuberculosis care and treatment services throughout all four regions of Swaziland to achieve 90/90/90 by 2018, and to ensure sustainable health systems in the long term. HIV and associated opportunistic infections including TB, PCP, and Cryptococcus continue to be a major cause of morbidity and mortality in Swaziland. Improving coverage and quality of HIV/TB Care and Treatment Services strategic approaches: Develop integrated regional service delivery mechanisms focusing on facility and community populations through MOH’s Regional Health Management Teams (RHMT); 1)Formulate key policies and procedures to enable and guide towards epidemic control; Implement quality management systems to attain certification referral facilities and laboratory certification; Supervision and mentorship; Quality assurances processes including SIMS; Customer satisfaction surveys, and Process and compliance audits. 2) Strengthen strategic information systems to ensure accurate data collection and reporting to monitor progress and guide strategic decision-making to achieving 90/90/90 goals. 3) Implementation of the Health Research Training Program and enhancing institutional and technical capacity for the Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit, the Health Research Unit, and the Central Statistics Office. swaziland-2017-2.14.2017.pdf
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