Integrating HIV Service Delivery

Integrating HIV Service Delivery

Integrating HIV Service Delivery Since 2007, HAI has implemented programs that expand, improve, and integrate HIV testing, care, and treatment services into Côte d’Ivoire’s national health system. With over a decade of experience as a clinical implementing partner of...
National PMTCT Program Assessments

National PMTCT Program Assessments

National PMTCT Program Assessments In partnership with local government entities, HAI conducted the first national assessments of prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV (PMTCT) services in Côte d’Ivoire, informing national PMTCT implementation and data...
Poverty & Gender-based Violence: Upstream HIV Interventions

Poverty & Gender-based Violence: Upstream HIV Interventions

Poverty & Gender-based Violence: Upstream HIV Interventions HAI’s OVC-plus project took aim at two social determinants of HIV infection in Côte d’Ivoire: poverty and gender-based violence. Economic and social vulnerabilities are both by-products and...
SAIA-Hypertension: Integrating Care Cascades

SAIA-Hypertension: Integrating Care Cascades

SAIA-Hypertension: Integrating care cascades  HAI is evaluating the evidence-based Systems Analysis and Improvement Approach (SAIA) to optimize hypertension screening and treatment services for people living with HIV in Mozambique. Undiagnosed and untreated...
Evidence-to-Action: Building Institutional Research Capacity

Evidence-to-Action: Building Institutional Research Capacity

Evidence-to-Action: Building Institutional Research Capacity In Mozambique, HAI partners closely with the Mozambican National Insitutes of Health, and the Beira Operations Research Center (CIOB) to offer both formal training in applied research methods as well as...
SAIA-Mental Health: Systematizing Detection

SAIA-Mental Health: Systematizing Detection

HAI is adapting and implementing the evidence-based Systems Analysis and Improvement Approach (SAIA) to improve screening and treatment for three common mental health disorders in Central Mozambique.