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USAID Inter-Agency Meeting in Tajikistan USAID Facilitates Inter-Agency Coordination of TB Control among Tajikistan’s Ministries
Through its TB Control Program, USAID brought together key representatives from Tajikistan to a Round Table meeting.
Kazakhstan NGO meeting TB among Labor Migrants NGOs in Kazakhstan Improve Migrant Work Skills
In February, Project HOPE was part of a working meeting of representatives from nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) which took place in Shymkent (Republic of Kazakhstan).
USAID offers training on TB detection and treatment in Tajikistan USAID Facilitates TB Care in Remote Parts of Tajikistan
USAID has trained nearly 1,000 CHC members on effective TB education, prevention, care and support.
National TB Control Program and Sughd Oblast Health Department Project HOPE Saves Hundreds of Lives in Tajikistan
Recognizing Project HOPE’s contribution to health in Tajikistan, the National TB Control Program and the Sughd Oblast Health Department presented Project HOPE with a certificate of appreciation.
USAID Improved TB Diagnostics in TajikistanUSAID Success Story
March 6, 2017 - Stop TB Partnership
Project HOPE is a USAID partner contracted to implement the five-year USAID TB Control Program in Uzbekistan and Tajikistan to reduce the burden of tuberculosis and prevent multidrug-resistant forms of the disease through effective and accessible TB prevention, diagnosis and treatment for all, including vulnerable populations.
TB Control in Tajikistan HOPE’s TB Control Efforts in Tajikistan Grow and Strengthen
Executive Vice President Chris Skopec visited Tajikistan where he met with country office staff and government and civil society leaders to learn about tuberculosis (TB) control.
Stop TB PartnershipComing Home Healthy
March 6, 2017 - Stop TB Partnership
Project HOPE is a USAID partner contracted to implement the five-year USAID TB Control Program in Uzbekistan and Tajikistan to reduce the burden of tuberculosis and prevent multidrug-resistant forms of the disease through effective and accessible TB prevention, diagnosis and treatment for all, including vulnerable populations.
India's Health Care Ecosystem consultation Helping Improve India’s Health Care Ecosystem
The National Institution for Transforming India's Health and Family Welfare division called a consultation to discuss policy framework on private sector engagement on Noncommunicable Diseases.
TB Conference Vice Minister in Kazakhstan HOPE Takes Part in High Level Meeting on Cross-Border TB Control
Project HOPE recently participated in the Second Regional High-Level Meeting on Cross-Border tuberculosis Control in the Central Asian Countries held in Astana, Kazakhstan.
Access to maternal Child Health Sharing Successes of HOPE's Maternal Child Health Program
Roger Ilagan, M.D., M.P.H., HOPE's Program Director, Philippines, shared information about the Maternal and Child Health Program in the Philippines at the 1st National Family Planning Conference in Manila.
Stop TB Partnership USAID Project HOPEUSAID Success Story: Empowering Individuals Vulnerable to Tuberculosis to Seek Early Diagnosis and Care
November 30, 2016 - Stop TB Partnership
Project HOPE is a USAID partner contracted to implement the five-year USAID TB Control Program in Uzbekistan and Tajikistan to reduce the burden of tuberculosis and prevent multidrug-resistant forms of the disease through effective and accessible TB prevention, diagnosis and treatment for all, including vulnerable populations.
Union World Conference on Lung Health 2017 PosterUnion World Conference on Lung Health 2016 Poster
Controlling TB among migrants requires strong coordination and partnerships among government institutions, NGOs and civil society. Removing barriers to access through outreach screening and awareness campaigns and migrant-friendly treatment facilities is key. Project HOPE recommends establishing network of friendly medical institutions to provide health services to migrants, and inter-country cooperation on cross-border TB control and treatment.
Union World Conference on Lung Health 2016 PresentationUnion World Conference on Lung Health 2016 Presentation
Genotek’s OMNI-gene sputum sample optimizer is a good alternative solution to store and transport sputum specimen from remote collection points to diagnostic centers. OMNI-gene sputum treatment of samples did not cause an increase in GeneXpert MTB/RIF errors or invalid test results.
Union World Conference on Lung Health 2016 PosterUnion World Conference on Lung Health 2016 Poster
Use of GeneXpert machines has increased the detection of bacteriologically confirmed TB cases in TB-REACH intervention districts of Malawi by 21%. Districts need sputum transportation and cold chain maintenance support to effectively implement GeneXpert testing for presumptive cases from peripheral areas.
Union World Conference on Lung Health 2016 PosterUnion World Conference on Lung Health 2016 Poster
Integration and coordination of the food parcels with primary care and TB services, combined with additional motivating incentive of the food parcels makes it easier for patients to comply with adherence. With a 99 percent compliance rate, Project HOPE recommends the patient-centered care model be replicated to ensure greater adherence to TB treatment.
Simulation Research Center for nurses in China ASHA Grant Helps Spread Simulation Teaching Best Practices for Nurses throughout China
By the end of July 2016, using a simulation center, Wuhan University HOPE School of Nursing conducted 12 national workshops on simulation teaching for 389 participants from 24 provinces all over China.
USAID and Project HOPE share knowledge for TB Control UzbekistanUSAID Supports Uzbekistan and U.S. Doctors' Long-Term Knowledge Sharing for Tuberculosis Control
October 1, 2016 - Stop TB Partnership
Project HOPE is a USAID partner contracted to implement the five-year USAID TB Control Program in Uzbekistan and Tajikistan to reduce the burden of tuberculosis and prevent multidrug-resistant forms of the disease through effective and accessible TB prevention, diagnosis and treatment for all, including vulnerable populations.
Integrated TB Conference in Kazakhstan Eliminating TB: A Collaborative Effort
The International Conference of Integrated TB Control in Almaty, Kazakhstan, brought together hundreds of TB experts and health care professionals.
Stop TB Partnership USAID Tajikistan Ministry of HealthU.S. Government and The Republic of Tajikistan Ministry of Health and Social Protection of the Population Recognize Journalists for their Contributions to Tuberculosis Control
Project HOPE is a USAID partner contracted to implement the five-year USAID TB Control Program in Uzbekistan and Tajikistan to reduce the burden of tuberculosis and prevent multidrug-resistant forms of the disease through effective and accessible TB prevention, diagnosis and treatment for all, including vulnerable populations.
Uzbekistan Ministry of Health Stop TBUSAID, Uzbekistan Ministry of Health, and the in-service training center for journalists discuss the role of the media in raising public awareness around tuberculosis
September 15, 2016 - Stop TB Partnership
Project HOPE is a USAID partner contracted to implement the five-year USAID TB control Program in Uzbekistan and Tajikistan to reduce the burden of tuberculosis and prevent multidrug-resistant forms of the disease through effective and accessible TB prevention, diagnosis and treatment for all, including vulnerable populations.
Project HOPE’s Macedonia Team Innovations Improved Health Care through Technology
Project HOPE’s team in Macedonia successfully completed an innovative project that created modernized health data collection software.
Community and Government Join Together to Launch Program to Benefit the Health Women and Children New Program Addresses Maternal and Child Malnutrition in Nepal
New program will increase access to maternal, neonatal and child health services, especially of the marginalized and underserved populations in Nepal.
Kazakhstan representatives meet to address migrants and TB Cross-border TB Control
Representatives of Kazakhstan’s ministries and government agencies met with counterparts from Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan to address Migration and Tuberculosis.

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