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5 June 2024

Evaluation overview – Reinforcement of access to prevention and sensibilisation services for fishermen and fish sellers on the shores of Lake Tanganyika (ESSENTIEL)

Evaluations
The Lake Tanganyika region, particularly in Burundi, presents major challenges in terms of access to health services for fishermen and fish sellers. These populations face difficult working conditions and environments where health services are often limited or non-existent. The project, managed by a consortium including ESSENTIEL (France), SWAA-Burundi and COPEDECOBU, aims t [...]
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5 June 2024

Evaluation summary – Mobilizing health human resources to fight HIV-AIDS (HUPH)

Evaluations
In Vietnam, since the commitment to the 90-90-90 targets in 2015, the challenges of sustaining health human resources in the fight against HIV-AIDS have been accentuated, mainly due to declining external funding. This situation underlines the urgency of reinforcing the internal management of human resources in sub-national health units and provincial disease control centers. [...]
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23 May 2024

Evaluation overview – Consolidating and expanding adapted, integrated and accessible health care provision for drug users (MdM)

Evaluations
In Ivory Coast, the population of people who use drugs in precarious situations is estimated at 10,000 in Abidjan, 621 in Bouaké and 1,200 in San Pedro. People who use drugs, who live in ‘smoking rooms’, in extremely precarious conditions and are exposed to multiple diseases, have a high prevalence of HIV and tuberculosis compared with the general population. With suppo [...]
, L'Initiative
7 May 2024

RISE study: community engagement in Global Fund Country Coordinating Mechanisms

Strategy
Country Coordinating Mechanisms (CCMs), at the heart of the DNA of the Global Fund to Fight HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria model, enable parties to participate in decision-making at country level, following the principle of country ownership and inclusion. The performance of CCMs varies considerably among the more than 100 countries supported by the Global Fund since 2002. [...]
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26 April 2024

Climate change and malaria: how to prepare for the radical reconfiguration of the epidemic?

Policy brief
Temperature and rainfall variations caused by climate change are redefining the boundaries of endemic malaria zones. Local factors, the immunity of infected individuals, population movements, and parasite resistance to drugs are crucial for understanding the potential impact of climate change on malaria epidemiology. In response to climate change, L’Initiative contributes [...]