Completed | December 2017

An Assessment of Standard Operating Procedures to Provide Support and Follow-up for HIV-positive Women Seeking Antenatal Services in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)

Overview

Country:

Democratic Republic of Congo

Subject Matter:

PMTCT and HIV-free Survival

The overall aim of this Johnson & Johnson-funded evaluation was to assess early retention of HIV-positive pregnant women attending antenatal care services in Kinshasa, DRC, following the implementation of Option B+.

Data Collection Period: May – November 2015

Findings published in AIDS Behavior 2017: Addressing Early Retention in Antenatal Care Among HIV-Positive Women Through a Simple Intervention in Kinshasa, DRC: The Elombe “Champion” Standard Operating Procedure

Findings presented at the 21st International AIDS Society Conference, July 2016.