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November 24, 2015

EVALUATION USAID/Uganda’s District-Based Technical Assistance (DBTA) Model as Applied under Strengthening Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS Responses (STAR) Projects in East, East-Central, and South-West Uganda East, East-Central,and South-West Uganda.

July 2015

This publication was produced at the request of the United States Agency for International Development.

November 5, 2014
The STAR-SW project will provide a comprehensive service package of HIV counseling and testing (HCT), prevention of mother to child transmission (PMTCT), HIV/AIDS chronic care services, HIV/TB collaborative services, community based directly observed TB treatment-short coarse (CB-DOTS); and antiretroviral treatment (ART) for both ARV-naïve people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHAs) and the transitioned TREAT-supported PLWHAs currently receiving ART. Pages 22 and 23 indicate the location of the health facilities.
November 5, 2014

The STAR-E (Strengthening TB and AIDS Response – Eastern Region) Project in Project Year 5 (October 2012 - September 2013) has consolidated its role as a reliable and valuable partner to government institutions, Ministry of Health, non-governmental organizations and civil society in the fight against HIV&AIDS and TB in twelve districts in mid-Eastern Uganda. In this past year, HIV&AIDS and TB services in the region have increased in scope, quality, coverage and accessibility through STAR-E support to 154 health facilities.

November 5, 2014

This report covers the reporting period of October 1, 2012 to September 30, 2013, the third project year (fiscal year 2013 or FY 2013) of the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation-led STAR-SW project implementation. During this period, STAR-SW supported the delivery of comprehensive HIV/AIDS and TB services through providing financial, technical, and logistical support to 229 health facilities and seven civil society organizations (CSOs) located across 13 districts in the South-western region of Uganda.

October 29, 2014
Lot Quality Assurance Sampling (LQUAS) surveys complement the routine MIS in providing data on the performance at facility level by providing data on a range of community aspects to provide a more comprehensive assessment of program effectiveness. This is the fourth annual consolidated report presenting results from the 2013 community surveys supported by six USAID-funded projects in 66 districts. The projects include:
Stop Malaria Project (SMP),
STRIDES for Family Health,
October 22, 2014

The USAID Uganda Stop Malaria Project (SMP) aims to support the goals of the National Malaria Control Program (NMCP) of the Ministry of Health (MoH): specifically to achieve PMI/Uganda’s targets of 85% coverage with key interventions for the prevention and treatment of malaria. SMP was designed to work at the national level with the NMCP as well as to support 45 of the 88 districts that existed as of 2008.


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Last updated: November 24, 2015

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