Evaluation overview – MIARINA – Improving comprehensive management of tuberculosis and HIV in prison settings in Madagascar

Evaluation overview – MIARINA – Improving comprehensive management of tuberculosis and HIV in prison settings in Madagascar

Evaluations, Learning 06/08/2023

Prisoners are 8 times more likely to develop tuberculosis than the general population.

Tuberculosis is the leading cause of death among people living with HIV/AIDS, so L’Initiative is making co-infections a priority.

Hampered by numerous challenges, including overcrowding and poor nutrition, access to healthcare is particularly difficult for people in prison.

To address this issue, L’Initiative has provided €1.6 million for the MIARINA project run by the Institut Pasteur de Madagascar from 2019 to 2023.

In collaboration with Madagascan government institutions, the project partners have improved the global management of tuberculosis and HIV in prisons in Madagascar (prevention, screening, treatment, psychosocial support and preparation for economic reintegration).

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