Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission

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Zimbabwe Program 2013 Annual Report

Technical Reports

This report highlights Zimbabwe's work in-country to scale up prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission and increase access to HIV care and treatment through innovation in 2013.  

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Lesotho Program 2014 Annual Report

Technical Reports

EGPAF-Lesotho is one of the leading national partners in the fight against HIV in Lesotho, a country with one of the highest prevalence rates in the world. This report illustrates EGPAF's many accomplishments in the scale-up of comprehensive health services to support the Ministry of Health throughout 2013.

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Côte d’Ivoire Program 2013 Annual Report

Technical Reports

This report describes work accomplished under two CDC awards throughout 2013, Project Djidja and Project Keneya, which both strive to ensure access to PMTCT and HIV care and treatment services, while promoting local ownership and sustainability of this work in Cote d'Ivoire.

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DRC: Malamu Project, Supporting Women, Children, and Families with Comprehensive HIV Services

Issue Briefs

This fact sheet describes DRC's Malamu treatment facility.

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HIV monoclonal antibodies: a new opportunity to further reduce mother-to-child HIV transmission

Journal Articles

By Voronin Y, Mofenson L, Cunningham C, et al. PLoS Med. April 2014

This study explores how monoclonal antibodies against HIV could provide a new opportunity to further reduce mother-to-child transmission of HIV and propose that new interventions should consider issues related to implementation, feasibility, and access.

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The Association between HIV Status and Antenatal Care Attendance among Pregnant Women in Rural Hospitals in Lesotho

Journal Articles

By Gill M, Machekano R, Isavwa A, Ahimsibwe A, Oyebanji O, Akintade O, Tiam A. J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr. March 2015.

Early and frequent antenatal clinic (ANC) attendance is important for promotion of healthy outcomes for mother and child. This study explored the relationship between HIV status at the first ANC visit and subsequent ANC attendance among pregnant women in Lesotho.

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How the global call for elimination of pediatric HIV can support HIV-positive women to achieve their pregnancy intentions

Journal Articles

By Mazzeo C, Flanagan E, Bobrow E, Pitter C, Marlink R. Reprod Health Matters. December 2012.

This paper presents a literature review on the interface between pediatric HIV elimination and the pregnancy intentions of HIV-positive women, focusing on the four prongs of prevention of mother-to-child transmission: primary prevention of HIV infection in women; preventing unintended pregnancies in HIV-positive women; preventing transmission of HIV from infected women to their infants; and providing care, support and treatment to HIV-positive women, their children and their families.

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High HIV incidence in the postpartum period sustains vertical transmission in settings with generalized epidemics: a cohort study in Southern Mozambique

Journal Articles

By De Schacht C, Mabunda N, Ferreira O, et al. J Int AIDS Soc. March 2014.

A study was done to determine the HIV incidence rate and associated risk factors among postpartum women in Southern Mozambique, where HIV prevalence among pregnant women is 21%.

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HIV incidence and partner testing during pregnancy, Mozambique mixed-method study

Journal Articles

By De Schacht C, Hoffman HJ, Mabunda N, et al. PloSOne December 2014.

A qualitative study including 37 individual interviews with men, women, and nurses and 11 focus group discussions (n = 94) with men, women and grandmothers explored motivators and barriers to uptake of male HIV testing.

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End-Of-Project Report: 12 Years of Implementing PMTCT Services in Cameroon

Technical Reports

This report describes EGPAF-provided support to scale up prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission services throughout Cameroon from 2000 to 2012.  

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