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KOLOCHI: Creating a data use triangle for efficient HIV response in Mali

Angelique Mihigo, Program Assistant, EpiC MaliKounadi Coulibaly, Strategic Information (SI) Advisor, EpiC Mali KOLOCHI is an electronic reporting system for tracking HIV cascade data across all services provided for female sex workers (FSW), men who have sex with men (MSM), and other priority and key populations that is being scaled up in Mali. To date, …

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EpiC Mali, Ministry of Health, and partners host virtual learning collaborative on HIV cascade implementation

EpiC Mali has launched a joint initiative with Mali's Ministry of Health and local partners to share best practices, lessons learned from field experiences, challenges and solutions, and future strategy improvements and reinforcements related to HIV programming and cascade implementation.   This learning collaborative is intended for everyone, and to those involved in implementing or supporting …

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COVID-19

Private sector volunteers deliver a shot in the arm to Indonesia’s COVID-19 response

Michael Cassell, Senior Technical Advisor, EpiCErlian Aditya, Deputy Director, EpiC IndonesiaCaroline Francis, Project Director, EpiC IndonesiaIrfan Riswan, Program Manager, EpiC Indonesia On July 17, 2021, The New York Times identified Indonesia as the new epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic, with the world’s highest count of new infections. Days earlier, The Wall Street Journal reported of …

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How people living with HIV were found and brought back to care in Burkina Faso using a special campaign: A beneficiary tells her story

#EAWA Team Angela (pseudonym) is a pioneer of the first Back to Care campaign in Burkina Faso for people living with HIV (PLHIV). Angela’s life was at risk because she felt she had no choice but to interrupt her antiretroviral therapy (ART). Her health care worker found and re-engaged her in ART by giving the …

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