LARC PROJECT: MOZAMBIQUE

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Mozambique Project Abstract May 2017
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Mozambique Progress Report May 2017
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Mozambique Progress Report November 2017
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Mozambique Progress Report August 2016
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Mozambique proposal
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Mozambique Project CMM and BPM

Mozambique team: Piggs Peak, Swaziland, May 2017

Mozambique team: Entebbe, Uganda November 2016
Asina de Oliveira; Lucia Muamdo; Laura Williamo Simbine



Mozambique team: Dar es Salaam, Tanzania August 2016
Lucia Muamdo; David Turgeon; Laura Williamo Simbine; Luciana Kohatsu; Isobel Pinto



Mozambique Team: Johannesburg South Africa July 2016
(Back row) Caetano Apela; Isabel Pinto; Cele Carlos Victorino.

(Front row) Maria Matavel; Norgia Machava; Olga Novela; Gillian Masamha.

PROJECT DETAILS

Purpose
The purpose of the project is to:

• Accelerate successful implementation of MOH Viral Load (VL) Guidelines at Bamoyo Health Center.

• Increase demand and VL uptake amongst pregnant and lactating women and children 2-5.

• Develop efficient health facility workflow to efficiently collect and refer VL specimens.

Objectives and methods


Objective 1:
To accelerate successful implementation of MOH VL Guidelines at Bagamoyo Health Center the following activities will be implemented:
• Print and distribute VL guidelines.
• Train MCH and CCR nurses in the application of VL guidelines and algorithms for pregnant women and children.
• Print and distribute algorithms.

Objective 2
To increase demand and VL uptake and testing amongst pregnant and lactating women and children 2-5 the following activities will be implemented:
• Conduct talks on VL monitoring and hold question and answer session for pregnant women and nursing mothers at the health centre.
• Design simple messages for nurses to inform patients on VL monitoring and train nurses on how to educate patients on VL.
• Train lab staff, MCH and CCR nurses in sample collection and referral.
• Train nurses in reporting of consumption of collection kits to prevent stock out.

Objective 3
To develop efficient health facility workflow to efficiently collect and refer VL specimens:
• Conduct process mapping and design facility workflow for VL sample collection and sample referral.
• Create system for registration and follow up of results.