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Jhpiego Newsletter | February 2019
Kadiatou Diallo
Repairing Fistula, Restoring Hope
Four days of labor left Kadiatou Diallo with the pain of stillbirth compounded by the shame of fistula. After months of isolation at home, she made the trek to Guinea’s Kissidougou Hospital for healing and hope.
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Sameena Khatoon
Hitting the Road for Health
Sameena Khatoon and her team cover vast and often rough terrain to take a comprehensive package of health services right to the doorsteps of those living in far-flung villages.
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Mother and Child
“Client-centered primary health care, how do we get there?” is one of the topics Jhpiego experts will discuss at the Africa Health Agenda International Conference 2019 held March 5-7 in Kigali, Rwanda. In Cote D’Ivoire, for example, Jhpiego works to bring quality health services closer to where women and families live.
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Resourcefully Yours
"Quality of care in early detection and management of pre-eclampsia / eclampsia in health facilities in Afghanistan", a Jhpiego-led study published in BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, shows that knowledge gaps demonstrated by skilled birth attendants in public and private health facilities underscore the need for further investments in health care provider capacity-building within quality improvement efforts. The authors recommend strengthening supply management through a Web-based logistics information system to ensure that all facilities have essential medicines and supplies.
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A systematic review published in BMC Public Health reveals the facilitators and barriers for female sex workers in sub-Saharan Africa to access HIV testing and counseling services. Long waiting times, lack of privacy, potential breach of confidentiality, HIV stigma, and fear about discrimination due to intolerance and criminalization of sex work emerged as important barriers. Improving organization of HIV testing and counseling services, including flexible working hours, can potentially improve uptake of HIV testing and counseling among sex workers, according to “Determinants of access to HIV testing and counselling services among female sex workers in sub-Saharan Africa: a systematic review.”
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